There’s no better superfood for your brain than a book. Reading is the best way to rapidly gain a deep, and broad understanding of a topic or discipline. You can read an entire book every day but it will cost you. It’s a massive goal and can be unreasonable but it works for me.
Reading is the supreme lifehack. Distilled knowledge that often took years to assemble can be consumed in just a few hours. I can’t think of a single better way to empower yourself than that. How do I make everyday decisions better? How do I live in the moment? How can I let myself be happy?
Recently, at our consulting firm, we were scheduled to begin strategy work with a new client. But, the night before our session, he emailed us, asking to postpone the meeting until the next week. He had something come up at the last minute that he felt couldn’t be put off.
Being over-scheduled leaves us no time for ourselves. The more “in control” we are of our calendar, the less control we feel like we have over our lives. Not to mention we’re notoriously bad at knowing how long tasks take us to do. When your schedule is this jammed...
And a matter of choice. If you are someone who is struggling with some aspect of your life, remember: “if you want things to change, you have to change”(Jim Rhon). So choose to make plenty of time for yourself, as you are your life’s most important project. Make the habit of working on yourself...
Could your discontent come from the nagging feeling that you’re not as successful as you’d like to be? First, take comfort that you’re not alone. “It’s perhaps easier now than ever before to make a good living,” says philosopher Alain de Botton in his TED Talk.
here is a famous Jewish mother joke. You’ve heard it before. Question: How many Jewish mothers does it take to change a lightbulb? Answer: “Ah no, I’ll just sit in the dark. Don’t worry about me.” It’s funny, at least the first time, because people do behave like this. “Hey, over here!”
Last week I wrote an article revealing that I’m 36, still single, and for a very long time haven’t had much of a clue when it comes to relationships. I came across “attachment theory” which helped me understand that I’m an “avoidant type”, which is someone who seeks to maintain...
The One Eight distillery occupies a stretch of a low-slung brick warehouse in Ivy City, a bedraggled, industrial neighbourhood two miles north-east of the Capitol, in Washington, DC. Inside the heavy metal doors that mark the entrance sits a handsome, fully stocked bar...
Are you running a side hustle? Here are a few simple ways to set it up for success. Globally, more and more people are creating side hustles while employed. In America, for instance, according to Bankrate, there are 44 million people who have a second job.
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Until Next Week, Thomas, Curator at Postanly
Thanks for your attention. Have an epic weekend!
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