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3 Things Successful People Do To Leverage Failure (Infographic) – Terina Allen

I am scared way more often than I am brave. I am uncomfortable much more frequently than I am comfortable. I am unsure about so much more than I am certain of. I have dropped many more balls than I have ever caught, and I have failed at more initiatives than I have succeeded. And … Continue reading 3 Things Successful People Do To Leverage Failure (Infographic) – Terina Allen

The Scientific Argument For Waking Up Early – Leon Biss

If you want to become elite at what you do, you need to consistently get better. High performance is all about putting in more and “reps.” Doing the same workout every day won’t make you stronger or faster. Just showing up to work every day and doing your job won’t make you better at your … Continue reading The Scientific Argument For Waking Up Early – Leon Biss

How to Stop Wasting Your Life Watching TV & Do Something Worthwhile With Your Downtime – Elizabeth Grace Saunders

You get home from work, eat dinner, clean up, flop on the couch, and doze off watching TV or mess with your phone. Then you repeat the same routine Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Before you know it, you’ve hit the weekend, and it felt like all you did all week was work. In reality, … Continue reading How to Stop Wasting Your Life Watching TV & Do Something Worthwhile With Your Downtime – Elizabeth Grace Saunders

The Annoying Habits of Highly Effective People – bartleby

ONE of the time-honoured tropes of writing on business is the detailed description of the life of a corporate titan. Readers are expected to marvel at the stamina of Tim Cook, for example. Apple’s chief executive rises at 3.45am to deal with emails. Spare a thought for his underlings, whose iPhones buzz at 4am every … Continue reading The Annoying Habits of Highly Effective People – bartleby

9 Odd Morning Rituals That Will Supercharge Your Day – Bryan Collins

Would you like to get out of the starting blocks faster when your alarm clock sounds? If so, you need a morning ritual or routine you adhere to without question. Beethoven, for example, went for an early morning walk each day with a pocket notebook to capture ideas before composing. He did all right. In … Continue reading 9 Odd Morning Rituals That Will Supercharge Your Day – Bryan Collins

22 Microhabits That Will Completely Change Your Life In A Year – Brianna Wiest

Breakthroughs don't change your life. Microhabits do.Benjamin Hardy compares this concept to compounding interest, and how, given the choice, most people would take $1,000,000 in their bank account right now as opposed to a penny that doubles in value over the course of the month.What most people don't realize is that those who take the … Continue reading 22 Microhabits That Will Completely Change Your Life In A Year – Brianna Wiest

18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest

A secret about success is that it is just as much about what you give up as what you gain. Are you willing to give up late nights out for late nights in working? Are you willing to turn a deaf ear to blind criticisms? Are you willing to listen to helpful ones? Are you going to … Continue reading 18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest

Why Sitting May Be Bad for Your Brain – Gretchen Reynolds

Sitting for hours without moving can slow the flow of blood to our brains, according to a cautionary new study of office workers, a finding that could have implications for long-term brain health. But getting up and strolling for just two minutes every half-hour seems to stave off this decline in brain blood flow and … Continue reading Why Sitting May Be Bad for Your Brain – Gretchen Reynolds

Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books & Never Reading Them

Do you have a habit of picking up books that you never quite get around to reading? If this sounds like you, you might be unwittingly engaging in tsundoku - a Japanese term used to describe a person who owns a lot of unread literature. Prof Andrew Gerstle teaches pre-modern Japanese texts at the University … Continue reading Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books & Never Reading Them

The Art Of Meditation – Extremely High Quality Resource On Meditation Training And Techniques

The most common myths that may be preventing you from starting meditation or getting the most out of the meditation that you are currently practicing The author talks about the fact that a lot of people are skeptical about meditation because of where it originated from and some of the preconceptions that they hold. There … Continue reading The Art Of Meditation – Extremely High Quality Resource On Meditation Training And Techniques

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