At the beginning of 2016, I set a goal to read 50 books. I read 40 books that year. "50 sounds like a lot", I said to myself, and the following year the goal was to read 30 books. By the end of 2017, it was 20 books. After that, I thought my life had become busier, and I didn't have as much time to spend on books.
So in 2018, reading one book a month sounded like a good idea. Guess what. I've read only a couple of books this year. Conclusion — your goals affect your productivity. The greater the plan, the more effort you make.
"Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight — 5/5.
2018 was the year when I finally watched "Friends".