Don’t tell people what you’re working on. Tell them what you’ve done. Someone once quoted Steve Jobs saying “we don’t tell people about our future products. We work on them in silence. And then we release them.” There is psychology … Continue reading Work in Silence. Tell People What You’ve Done Instead of What You’re Going to Do
I just listened to a part of a sermon by Bishop TD Jakes via the podcast Motivate on Spotify and the topic of the day was commitment. Bishop TD Jakes challenged his congregation to think about where they would be … Continue reading Where Would You Be If You Were Fully Committed?
Time is going to pass regardless. So much to learn. So many ways to go wrong, yet many opportunities to go right. Build it as we fly I’ve heard and fail forward.Better to try than not…most of the time. Find … Continue reading Pass the Time Doing That Thing You’ve Been Thinking About
Quick food for thought. This might be a bit jumbled, but stay with me. At some point, we have realized that we are flawed, as individuals. We probably have set out to become better versions of ourselves and get rid … Continue reading On the Road to Becoming a Different Me?
I had a conversation recently with someone about being agreeable and disagreeableness, which led me to think about the nice guy syndrome and the problems associated with it. I don’t know any statistics on this, but it seems like there’s … Continue reading We Need a Training Program for Nice Guys
When When by Daniel Pink discusses the idea that your productivity not only depends on what you do or how you do it, but when you do it. When by Daniel Pink somewhat reminds me of the book, Eat That … Continue reading Review of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink
The Lost Prosperity Secrets The Lost Prosperity Secrets of Napoleon Hill is a collection of Hill’s early essays. Hill wrote these articles during a time when he was still refining his thoughts and theories on success. He talks a lot … Continue reading Review of The Lost Prosperity Secrets of Napoleon Hill by Napoleon Hill
The Now Habit The Now Habit by Neil Fiore is a self-help book containing tips and strategies to understand why you procrastinate and how to overcome this dilemma. This book was published in 1988 and it is likely that many … Continue reading Review of The Now Habit by Neil Fiore
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Benjamin Franklin’s life story is touted as the quintessential American story; a man from nothing progressed through society to become one of its richest and most famous. I believe Ben Franklin is also credited with starting … Continue reading Review of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin