Life is a never-ending learning process. The moment you stop learning… you start dying. Reading makes you smarter and better. It’s the ideal form of brain exercise. Want to gain greater control over yourself and develop the self-mastery and awareness required to think, act, and be an intelligent person?
The best-selling productivity author David Allen called it Getting Things Done.Malcolm Gladwell, researcher and writer about the wonderful weirdness of human psychology, coined the “10,000 hour rule.” But perhaps neither method for maintaining momentum has been adopted...
While January might seem like it was just yesterday, the reality is that the half-year mark has passed, and we’re closer to the end of the year than the beginning. If you’re like more than half of people, those early-year goals you set were jettisoned months ago.
As a time management coach, I’m keenly aware that you could answer the question “Am I productive enough?” using a variety of methods. I’m also familiar with the fact that individuals fall on a productivity spectrum. One person’s maximum productivity for a certain role in a particular...
Decades of research have focused on how the brain acquires information, resulting in theories that suggest short-term memories are encoded in the brain as patterns of activity among neurons, while long-term memories reflect a change in the connections between neurons.
“Happiness is found when you stop comparing yourself to other people.” ~Unknown. Stepping off the bus I was in shock. This tiny thing? With no doors in the doorways and no glass in the windows? This little place? With walls that looked like they were lone survivors of war?
Many of us have access to freedom in our personal lives, but how often do we feel like our job is constraining us from doing what we want, when we want, and where we want? When it comes to flexibility at work, it’s common to feel like you’re in a constant battle.
Many of our worst qualities do not actually come from being morally corrupt or misguided. They are more often psychological defense mechanisms that we don't understand. The interesting thing about most defense mechanisms is that they often do the opposite of what...
The old crocodile was floating at the river’s edge when a younger crocodile swam up next to him, “I’ve heard from many that you’re the fiercest hunter in all of the river bottoms. Please, teach me your ways.” Awoken from a nice long afternoon nap, the old crocodile glanced at the young crocodile with one of his reptilian eyes
Gone are the days when splitting “breadwinner” and “homemaker” roles was the norm. Today, in seven out of ten families with children, both parents are employed. Since 1965, women have nearly tripled the time they spend on paid employment, and men have doubled their hours...
A course I will launch soon: Kaizen Habits I’m creating a habits mastery course to help you master the kaizen principles for starting and maintaining healthy habits. Kaizen Habits will teach you how to change your entire life, one habit at a time. Sign up to be notified when it launches.
This week's issue is brought to you by CYCO Smart Pillbox (a smart assistant for your medication). CYCO has launched on Kickstarter to help you start and maintain a healthy life cycle.
Until Next Week, Thomas, Curator at Postanly
Thanks for your attention. Have an epic weekend!
Thomas · 17 Saxon Rd · London · England · SE25 5EQ · United Kingdom