Don’t Drift, Fly!

Rarely has a single success I have had guaranteed me happiness. It takes work. Commitment. It takes confidence in what you're working through to believe it's the right thing. Even at the very best peaks in my life, things can always give me a feeling that something is off. The problem is do we set... Continue Reading →

Just One, But Not So Easy

Photo by Miguel Á. Padriñán on Pexels.com Fact: Your brain can only be 100% effective on one thing at a time. So, why do we mind share up to as much as a dozen things or more simultaneously and think that's a good thing to do? Performance anxiety? Fear of missing out? Setting our goals... Continue Reading →

Self Administration

Party of one please! Our tasks and work don't always work that way. We have to work hard to get those tasks that seem to be necessary down to a few. Even better when we can get it down to one isn't one priority enough? What if you could find a way that if there... Continue Reading →

Mind the Mind

Our brains are like a house. Not necessarily a nice clean new one. We like to pretend it is. However, it's creaky and old. By our adult years it's been renovated over and over again. Might have a few layers of paint on the walls too. And, there's always the one room with all the... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette #9

"Optimization in my experience is a bit of a myth. You can't be hyper-productive and eat healthy and exercise and be on top of emails and be clean and organized and socialize and expect to read a novel per week, you just can't. Something's gotta give." - GanzeerEveryone would like to say that they have... Continue Reading →

Monkeys

Last post was all about a broader stroke on the topic of motivators. Two kinds to be specific, intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic, the better one to really establish behaviors we want to see or desire in our work/life are the ones we want as our foundation. Placing intrinsic motivators over that of exterior ones are... Continue Reading →

Your Main Thing, Your Main Thing?

"Long-term success is not an event it is a process that will have peaks and valleys along the way. Falling into a victim trap is in the valley, and remaining in that trap will delay your visit to the peaks." - David Cottrell, Monday Morning MentoringHow's that first week of the New Year been going?... Continue Reading →

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