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Technology | Productivity | Leadership -  Razvan Andrei Surdu
Technology | Productivity | Leadership - Razvan Andrei Surdu
Hey everyone 👋🏻
Today it gives me the great pleasure to announce that the last video from the mini-series “How I Learn and Generate Ideas - My digital note-taking process” is out. 🎉

How I Learn and Generate Ideas - My digital note taking process - Part 3
How I Learn and Generate Ideas - My digital note taking process - Part 3
If you haven’t seen the previous episodes, you can check them out here:
Food for Thought
Morning routines are key to a sustainable, healthy and productive lifestyle. I am always looking for small optimizations to my routines and I was faced with the question:
Should you read the first thing in the morning or should you write?
For quite a long time, my morning routine contained one hour of reading time. 
This week I decided to challenge my approach as I was feeling that the ratio of the content I consume over the content I create was getting out of balance. Therefore, I started writing first thing in the morning. I couldn’t be happier with the decision.
Here is my recommendation:
Take advantage of a fresh start in the day and start writing. Your mind is free of other people’s thoughts and filled with your own, born from your subconscious or your imagination.
Read throughout the day or in the evening. Let all ideas that you collected brew overnight, and turn them into nuggets of wisdom the first thing the next day.
Do this every morning and not only your writing will get better, but so will your thinking.
What about you? What is your opinion? Do you prefer to read or write? Why so? 
Brain Candy
James Clear
What's the difference between knowledge and wisdom?

I'll paraphrase educator John Holt:

Knowledge is like knowing the names of all the streets in a city.

Wisdom is knowing how to get from one place to another.
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Andrei
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