Many things in life are a tradeoff. When we try to make everything a priority, nothing gets our full attention. So how can we take this knowledge to find balance in our lives?
Many of us aren’t fully aware of the toll it takes to be constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop. What would it look like if we did the opposite?
Most people insist that they just can’t wake up any earlier. I would argue, from my own experience, that you can’t afford not to. Here's why a morning routine might just change your life.
In April, nearly four million employees quit their jobs in the United States. If that pace continues, 25 percent of the entire American workforce could be changing jobs this year, an all-time record. But that is only half the story. After an immensely difficult 18 months, many people are seeking change in their lives, for a variety of reasons.
It’s human nature for many people to not be overly concerned with others’ problems. The person you’re dealing with isn’t worried about whether something is bad for you; they have their own challenges to consider. What if the best way to say no is flipping the script and not explaining why it’s bad for you, but instead carefully and honestly explaining why the other person’s request will create undesirable outcomes for them?
One of the most important concepts to increase your productivity is understanding the difference between what's urgent and what's important. Everything we do falls into four categories: urgent AND important, urgent but not important, important but not urgent, or not important and not urgent. For those of us who need help prioritizing our tasks, this advice is invaluable.
You’re not alone in caring.
There is a wave of goodness and progress well underway, all around the world.