Apps. Phones. Computers. Tablets. Electronic books. Computer in your pocket. Always having access to virtually unlimited knowledge (i.e. Google). Never getting lost. Never unavailable. Always connected. What do we end up with after living life like this for so many years? Nothing but digital records. This is something I'm beginning to have a problem with. We … Continue reading Bringing Back the Tangible Life
Good reminder from Laura Trice. View the original video on the TED website.
Quick food for thought today: If you have something nice to say, say it. If you are happy to see someone, say so. As you go through you super hectic days and focus on your never ending to-do list, don't forget that at the end of the day we all have one thing in common: we are humans. And since … Continue reading Say Something Nice
http://youtu.be/DHGENAocNT4 If you have an urge to create something, create it. Be yourself. All the time. Don't do something just to please other people; do it because it is the true you. Enjoy what you do. Good stuff. Learn more about Meaghan Farrell.
A lot of times we do things for ourselves. I am the main reason I do this thing or that thing. Human nature is to not really care about what other people want, but to care about what I want. This, over time, will cause friction between you and the people around you. This is … Continue reading Can’t We All Just Get Along?
Just like there is something to be said for positive reinforcement, there is also something said for accomplishing what you set out to accomplish in a day or period of time. Doing what you need to when you planned to is freeing. You feel like you have time to think, read, play, go to the … Continue reading The Feeling of Getting Things Done
There is something to be said for positive reinforcement. Especially when you are a hard worker. You give every task 110%. When you are finished it is perfect. You genuinely feel as though you have completed something (which is a great feeling to have) and present it to your boss or client. Once you present whatever … Continue reading Say Thank You and Good Job
When I look back at decisions I have made, or a chain of decisions I made, and attempt to identify one thing that may have led me to make those decisions, I land on Urgency. "We need this now!" "We cannot wait any longer, we have to make a decision today." "I know we took four months to … Continue reading Urgency Reserved for Life and Death Situations
An Update on Schedules and Time Management A week or so ago we discussed sleep and how annoyingly important it is. In that post I shared this thought with you: ...I am inclined to take another look at my schedule. Move things around (again) and figure out how I can still do what I need … Continue reading Making Small Changes that will Bring Big Results (Eventually)
"...just before Ibragim [Todashev] was shot—seven times, in two bursts, including once in the top of the head—he was about to write a confession implicating himself and alleged Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a brutal triple homicide that took place in Waltham, Massachusetts, in September 2011." - Susan Zalkind, The Murders Before the Marathon Questions … Continue reading Never Stop Asking Questions