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Six research-based strategies to help you overcome barriers to success
Melanie's article is a good reminder of things that many of us forget or neglect
Mens sana in corpore sano. You don't have a vision, the vision has you. Be accountable. People choose problems they can't solve rather than choices or decisions they do not want to make. Reading the work of Lee Thayer brings much of this into focus especially his first book: Leadership: Thinking Being Doing. How I think influences who I am, who I am influences what I do. What I do create my habits. And in the end, as in the beginning, my habits create me. Get right the thinking and the practice of life-long learning and being more competent each day and I may have a chance to "Take a message to Garcia."
Six tips to work smarter, not harder.
A good friend--I'll call her Tandy here--is a huge fan of meditation. She spends a good hour each day practicing "mindfulness." She credits her practice with a more calm demeanor, a faster-working brain and a healthier body. She's certainly not...