I'm currently listening to the audio book Wonder by R.J. Palacio, which is a book about a boy with a disfigured face from a birth defect (a current movie as well). I'm confident that there will be many more emotional takeaways from this book, but the one that I'm currently struck with is being kind to others.
Certainly, this includes those who on the outside look like they could use a kind word or gesture. However, it's also those who might be quiet, angry, rude or distant
At the time of writing this, second quarter is just kicking off. As I outline in the Impact Action Plan, this is a great time to go back and review the prior quarter. I take a simplistic approach to this by reviewing my top 10 goals for the year and list them out chronologically per quarter. Both accomplished and yet to be. Additionally, I identify the focus of the upcoming quarter and resources to help grow and achieve through the upcoming quarter.
I find this exercise va
Fiber is an important carbohydrate that often gets overlooked. It helps aid in digestion and feeling full along with keeping blood sugar stable. All that goodness that fiber contains, it's no surprise that it usually is an indication of a quality carbohydrate. As you look at your crab sources, fiber is something you should pay attention to when you are making decisions.
As with all things, too much of a good thing is still too much. Regarding amounts, you should aim for a d
I am rereading the book Essentialism by Greg McKeown, which I highly recommend to anyone who is wanting to gain some/more control in their life. One of the points he makes is to create buffers. When trying to prepare for the unexpected, allowing yourself a buffer (or margin) gives you some flexibility and ability to absorb these occasions, especially when it comes to time and money.
McKeown recommends to add 50% time to activities. Think it's a 30 minute meeting-plan for 4
Guys, this isn't fancy or something abnormal, but getting sleep is important. I used to be the guy who would be proud of not getting much sleep, but this is counterproductive. Sleep not only allows you to restore and repair physically, but I also mentally, emotionally, and physiologically.
It might not be 8 hours for you, but you know when you're not giving enough. Prioritize your day, including this. Get you some sleep.