I love the fact that we dedicate a national day to being grateful for our blessings. If you’re working, here is a list of things you can be grateful for.
It really is funny how so many presumably intelligent, capable men exude this level of confidence while as many equally bright, competent women struggle to do the same.
I wrote in a previous post that what happens to you in life is less important than the story you tell yourself about it before or afterward. Every day, whether it’s the best or worst of your life, is made up of the same 24 hours. This, too, will pass, if you let it. But …
What happens to you in life is less important than the story you tell yourself about it before or afterward. Sit quietly with that for a moment, then read on. Any moment, even day, in your life is merely a moment in time. No matter how epically good or bad it was, it will pass; …
Pearson says that the problem we’re facing is that many people have not recognized that we’ve entered a fourth economic period. That means we’re still investing in what worked in the previous period, and those investments are producing dramatically diminished returns.
Taylor Pearson says that everything you think you know about job security is wrong. You’ll need to take your economic security into your own hands.
We’re wired backwards. We feel guilty when we’re not working, and we feel guilty when we indulge in something that brings us joy.
Everything we think we know about jobs and careers is a lie. In fact, the truth is that having a job is the riskiest path you can take in your career. Let me say that again: having a job is the riskiest path you can take in your career.
Effective 80/20 living is about conserving your energy for things that matter the most.
One reason for the dearth of opportunities, he argues, is that we’re training workers to do the wrong things and to do things the wrong way.