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What makes the difference between happiness and sadness… it’s success!

What makes the difference between happiness and sadness… it’s success! | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
What means success for you?


This is a question that will generate one thousand different answers.


Perhaps even questions like: why I’ve never thought…? If this happens, it’s might be a good time to linger a while on this question [...].


Why?...


Read more: http://martingysler.com/2012/03/06/what-makes-the-difference-between-happiness-and-sadness-its-success/

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20 Simple but Powerful Life Changes

20 Simple but Powerful Life Changes | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Small, simple life changes can be powerful. Implementing some of these changes can literally change your entire life.

 

How do you change? Take on one change at a time, and go slowly. Implement each change consistently so that it becomes a habit. Don’t do too much too fast.

 

What follows is a list of changes that are simple, yet incredibly powerful. Some are obvious and some aren’t. I hope they serve as reminders of useful changes.

 

1. Walk daily
We humans aren’t supposed to be sedentary human beings. We are born to run, but even more so to walk.

 

Walking every day is good for your physical health. But more importantly, it’s good for your mind. Walking is a joy. You are outside without distractions. You may even see people. And there’s few better ways to boast your mood...

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Burnout Self-Test

Burnout Self-Test | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
This tool can help you check yourself for burnout. It helps you look at the way you feel about your job and your experiences at work, so that you can get a feel for whether you are at risk of burnout...
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The Best Decision You Can Make for Your Business -- That Has Nothing to do With Money

The Best Decision You Can Make for Your Business -- That Has Nothing to do With Money | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Imagine two people starting identical companies with the exact same resources, network, and time at their disposal (gender randomly assigned for brevity’s sake):


Person #1 wakes up every day with anxiety, stressed about his mounting to-do list. He immediately buries himself in reactive work — striving to please everyone else but himself by responding to emails, taking meetings and delivering what others ask of him. He gets whipped around by his moods — one minute he’s happy and excited, the next he’s tired, anxious, unmotivated and depressed. His productivity on any given day is completely unpredictable — sometimes he wakes up excited to work, and on other days you couldn’t pry him off the couch with a forklift.


Person #2 starts her days with purpose. No matter what her mood is upon waking up, she laces up her running shoes and gets her blood pumping with a 20-minute run.


Read more: http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifehack/best-decision-for-your-business.html

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Your Competitive Advantage: REST

Your Competitive Advantage: REST | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Refueling the jets… Learning to Value Time Off

By the time you read this I am off on my 10-year wedding anniversary vacation trip through the South of France and Italy. In that honor I am republishing an article I wrote on high-performance productivity a few years back. Enjoy!

How does America regain its supremacy in the productive world?

 

How do YOU improve your personal productivity?
ANSWER: Go on vacation.

 

438 million. That is the number of vacation days Americans failed to take in 2007, according to Harris Interactive research group—more than any other industrialized nation.

 

Here is the result: America ranks No. 1 in depression and mental health problems...

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