We often confuse being productive with working as fast as we can, every second of the day. We fear that slowing down to get organized will kill our productivity, but the facts suggest otherwise: The average office employee spends over one hour each day just looking for things. The average U.S. executive spends six weeks…
With repercussions that can last days, weeks and even years, making great decisions is an effort that’s worth every bit of your time and energy.
If you ever worry that you’re not as successful as you should be, you may be evaluating yourself against the wrong criteria.
Many of life’s essential truths need repeating. We need reminders that help us to stay focused on them. Keep these truths handy and they’re sure to give you a much-needed boost.
Nothing can improve your brain the way mindfulness meditation can. Give it a try, and you’ll be surprised where it takes you.
You can do a gut check to find out how genuine you are by comparing your own behavior to that of people who are highly genuine. Consider the hallmarks of genuine people and see how you stack up.
Most wildly successful people are so complex that many of their defining qualities are paradoxical. This is the key to their success.
Leadership is a mindset in action. It isn’t something that anyone can give you—you have to earn it and claim it for yourself.
The self-control required to develop good habits (and stop bad ones) serves as the foundation for a strong work ethic and high productivity.
People who are both successful and happy intentionally structure their activities around four major needs: happiness, achievement, significance and legacy.