One languid summer afternoon, I was coming from a midday yoga class at the office gym when I ran into my top boss at the elevator. “How are things?” he asked. Fresh from blissing out in corpse pose, I blurted, “It’s August.
What you do every day is already important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. But today, I dare you to take it up a notch, pump some extra life into every hour, and really make your time count.
When you can no longer think of a reason to continue, you must think of a reason to start over. There’s a big difference between giving up and starting over in the right direction. And there are three little words that can release you from your past regrets and guide you forward to a positive new beginning. These words are: “From now on…”
Somewhere in countless, windowless meeting rooms, we lost our hearts at work.
Hearts have gone missing. Trampled upon mistaken for roaches. Many seen fleeing office buildings away from the abundant fluorescent lighting. Hearts have grown weak from a lack of use; told they aren’t needed and to make room for the brains, hands, and feet.
There is no day of the week called ‘someday’. It is either important enough to do it now or not at all. Little do we realize that unfinished work is a very heavy burden and fills our mind with sorrowful regret of under utilizing the resources at hand, especially our time and talent.
Exactly one year ago, Oct. 5 2011, Apple's co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Today, Apple's home page is replaced by a video eulogy and a public letter to employees from the current Apple CEO, Tim Cook.
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We wait in lines, we wait for the perfect person, we can’t wait for our dreams to come true, we look forward to the day when we have a better body and a better life, we look for ways to make our goals become reality someday soon.
Let’s face it.Mick Jagger gets nothing but satisfaction. 69 years old and he can still hold 75,000 people in the palm of his hands.Yes, he’s got the reputation, the raspy rock ’n’ roll voice and one killer song after another.But, it’s more than that.
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