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I’m leaving in a few hours for a trip around the world and I’m not sure […]
“It’s just a corporate basketball league game and I need the exercise anyway.”
“What could possibly go wrong?”
(At the game – Whistle blows – Game starts)
Like any other basketball game, you hear the basketball bouncing, sneakers screeching, players yelling when suddenly …
a loud *CRACK*
Maybe you’re one of these people and you’re not sure why you don’t get things done.
Maybe you deal with these people and they drive you crazy.
Maybe you do get things done but you want to get more things done.
No matter what the […]
At least that’s what I believe and it has served me well.
So why is it that some of them do bad things?
From genocides to bullying
From terrorism to financial fraud
From smoking to working way too much
People, who are generally good, end up doing a […]
For those who follow my blog, you may have noticed that I haven’t posted any new articles recently. The main reason for this is I’ve been single-tasking, a technique Leo Babauta uses to get a lot of stuff done. This month, […]
You don’t do it intentionally but it happens.
It actually happens all the time, you just don’t know it.
The only time you realize there is a miscommunication is when something bad happens and even then you may not think it was because of bad communication.
The good things […]
How can I be more disciplined?
What was the answer?
Was it something vague like “You just have to force yourself to do it”?
Self-discipline is one of those overused words that people have a […]
A day or two before my dentist’s appointment, I will spend twice the amount of time brushing my teeth and triple the time flossing (I’m normally a fast flosser).
I even make the effort to brush my teeth again and use Listerine right before my appointment.
Is this what work is like for you? Constantly checking the clock and watching the time slowly crawl by?
Are you bored at work and find yourself either surfing the internet or spending more time socializing than you do working?
Do you wonder how your company can afford to be […]
The most valuable asset you can have is trust. It allows for flow and openness. When there is no trust, it becomes harder to get anything done. Think of one of your relationships where there is a lot of trust. Now think of another one with very little trust.
Which one do you prefer?
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