The most important habit I’ve formed in the last 10 years of forming habits is meditation. Hands down, bar none. Here are 20 practical tips to get started.
Happily, when you relax a bit and come back to yourself, the true gifts of parenting come to mind – the ones that go deeper than giving our kids toys and games, or even a college education.
If you hang out in the project management world, you’ll know the term “scope creep”. It’s when the original plan has a little thing added on here, a slight expansion of deliverables there, an “oh, didn’t I mention we needed this as well?” out of nowhere. Here’s how to control the creep.
We don’t need to buy things to make our lives beautiful or joyous. We don’t need more glamorous items in our lives to find happiness and contentment. We can find these wonderful qualities in what’s already in front of us.
Here are 31 perfect things.
Pretty much all of our struggles stem from the same thing: being too tightly attached to something. Here’s the guide to letting go.
If you’re leading a person who has a lot to lose by rebelling against you, a command and control style can be effective. But what if the fear of loss is reduced or eliminated? In situations like these it’s critical to understand the importance of influence.
Originality shouldn’t be the only value in the creative world. It’s right and honorable to stand on the shoulders of those who came before.
We think we need to improve ourselves and our current situation, because we’re dissatisfied (at least a little bit) with how things are. We have a drive to improve, improve. And yet, we struggle with change. Why is that?