Get proper sleep Exercise regularly Simple exercises Train your brain Eat good Meditation Take breaks Avoid absorbing stress Do one task at one instance Work when the brain is more active
Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.
Exercise Read everyday Write down ideas Practice deep listening Get out of your comfort zone Do something differently repeatedly
A positive mental attitude Sound physical health Harmony in human relationships Freedom from fear The hope of achievement The capacity for faith Willingness to share one’s blessings A labor of love An open mind for all subjects Self-discipline The capacity to understand Economic security
Putting junior people in charge makes them better. It makes them understand what is going on above their pay grades and how their jobs tie into the mission. It is one of the best possible ways to develop junior team members to become not only better at their jobs but better leaders in the future. […]
Tyler Jones, owner of Afton Field Farms sheds some light on those confusing labels, as well as his tips on how to make shopping for eggs a little easier. Local farms: “Chances are the farm is smaller and chickens are looked after more responsibly,” says Jones. It’s also worth asking your grocery store about its generic label because […]
Reading books doesn’t change your life in and of itself, but it opens the doorway to that change in your life. One great book can change your entire life. Books can inspire you, expand your mind, and open your eyes to what’s possible. Great books often contain years or decades of knowledge from the author. […]
Ask questions about the way your life is now and what needs to be done to make it better. The answers you come up with will guide you to a better future. Ask other people about what they think you’re good at. Ask people who are living the type of life you want to live […]
The same thing goes for mentoring. If you looking to mentor someone, be subtle about it. Many people might say they want to be mentored but have a hard time when someone actually steps up to do it. Because let’s face it, there is an implicit message when you offer to mentor someone – you […]
As human beings, we have a strong tedency to get defensive. Don’t. Instead of getting defensive, listen, truly listen, and try to understand the perspective being offered. Then take ownership of those shortfalls and try to make improvements in the ares of critique you have received.