After summarising their tech setups, Habbi and Hailley dive into a conversation about their themes for the year. A revelation around perfectionism and its relation to being goal-oriented ensues.
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2:38 Hailley’s new laptop
23:55 All of Habbi and Hailley’s work devices
47:00 Yearly themes
Mentioned during the show:
Jaybird Freedom 2
Magic Trackpad 2
Apple keyboard (that is no longer available)
Portable Laptop Stand
Foldable Mount Stand for iPhone
iPhone XS Max
Apple Watch Series 4
Habbi’s podcasting headphones
Laptop stickers that are like art
Habbi and Hailley’s Knomo bag (and on Instagram)
MWW Episode 7 from last New Year
The Cortex yearly theme episodes from 2018 and 2019
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
MWW Episode 9 about imposter syndrome
How to Be an Imperfectionist by Stephanie Guise
The Enneagram Test
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