Hey You, In The Matters of You, Mark Manson has a book that you should read. . . Maybe all of us should read. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a @[email protected]%. . . Although the title is irreverent its meaning and content is sound with a common sense so uncommon today he had […]
Hey You, In the Matters of You, Sort Wisely! I know you are working hard and driving hard to accomplish the goals you are trying achieve. . . but here is something I want you to consider. I recently was made aware to sort my e-mail by who from instead of when it came. . […]
Hey You, In The Matters of You, Did you know the average Fortune 500 CEO reads 40 to 60 books a year? People at the top of their game are constantly learning about their game. . . Are you studying the game of life?
Hey You, In the Matters of You, Let’s Celebrate! Here are three things you never hear. . . we have too much inspiration, we have too much hospitality or we just celebrate life too much. . . . I have been researching the historically bluest parts of the world. . . Or the parts […]
Hey You, In the Matters of You, Finding Gratitude! You probably are having one of those days where everything seems to need more of your attention. . . You got a unexpected bill, it’s your day to drop off the kids at daycare throwing you into a scramble, a person you hired is not coming […]
Hey You, In the Matters of You, Creating Normal! There is this crazy concept we have called normal. . . A normal time of life, of business or state of a relationship. What is normal? In the years I have been a part of and run teams, I was always amazed at what […]
Hey You, In the Matters of You, Tracking. One of the easiest and most powerful ways you can reduce your calories and get more active is to track it to hack it. What you measure you move, and if you measure how much food you eat and how much exercise you get all of a […]
Hey You, One of the most powerful things we have as humans is our subconscious. . . and our reticulating activating system (RAS) that governs what our subconscious pays attention to. . . I just sat down with a friend that has a great life hack.
Jay Summit has written a must read for anybody trying to improve their lot in life called Disrupt You. It is a book written primarily for business people but the ideas and paradigms shifts that we can take to be better are wholly applicable for all of us.
Hey You, Great Leaders, Great Coaches and Great Parents pay attention to the small things, the small dialogues that you have with yourself, your fellow employees and your teammates. They know a that these small conversations, small acts of kindness, small recognition of efforts, small investments of extra effort, small questions for clarifications, small questions […]