What I'm reading now: Micromastery
Updated: Jul 5, 2019
In Micromastery, Robert Twigger makes the case for why learning and mastering small challenges boosts our confidence and makes us smarter and happier. From mastering artisanal baking to the bench press, Twigger suggests a variety of quirky ideas so that we get started on finding what interests us so that we can become better versions of ourselves.
One of the most interesting points that Twigger makes is that "producing is more satisying than consuming." As consumers, we usually buy things with the expectation that things will make us happier. However, Twigger points out that true contentment comes from creating and producing ourselves. It is the same feeling we can get from using furoshiki.