I’ve had a great couple of weeks away and I’m renewed in my commitment to help you grow as a person and a leader.
This time every year I support Michael Hyatt’s launch of the tremendous program, 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever (BYE). Watch for an email about that opportunity. It’s something that I personally purchase every year.
I’m going to go a different direction with this blog. I’m going to make it shorter, and more focused on giving you current resources. Let me know if you like the new format, or if you like my past format better.
The cornerstone of Emotional Intelligence is becoming self-aware. But how do you do that? No problem, here are 10 Tips for Increasing Self-Awareness!
With the holidays coming up, most of us are getting excited. But it is often the hardest time of year for those who tend to get depressed. Web MD to the rescue. Here are their 25 Ways to Find Joy and Balance During the Holidays. For those of us who don’t get depressed, let’s be on the lookout for those who could use some extra encouragement!
One of my favorite quotes is “We’ll either suffer the pain of discipline or we’ll suffer the pain of regret.” I remember that when I need to get things done, but I don’t feel like doing them. I noted that quote in a short blog I did entitled 3 Fog-Cutter Questions for a Better Week.
I'm REALLY enjoying James Clear’s new book Atomic Habits. It might be the world’s most actionable book on stopping bad habits and creating good ones. There is a med school doctor who did a 10-minute animated summary of the book that is absolutely worth watching.
Just for fun, I’ll end with a really funny clip from The Office. I realize some people (like my wife—shhh!) don’t like the humor from The Office, but I think it’s funny. Here is a crazy and stupid short video from when their team was going through CPR training.
Have a great week!
(aka The Robster)
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