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Maybe one day, we’ll get beyond the buzz words and clickbait
If falling is a failure while walking, then embracing failure might mean you’re going to stay down.
Deciding not to decide is not giving up in my books.
Others will follow when you lead yourself first.
What would be different if, for the next year, you make yourself the priority?
Working emotionally charged situations can be challenging. In particular, when emotions are negative.
Leaders know there are times they need to do the hard thing and say “no.”
The next time you encounter a problem, ask yourself, “What’s wanting to change?”
You never know where your curiosity might take you.
Applying labels is easy. Finding the truth can be hard, but it’ll be worth it!
Do you have moments where you’re ready to give up on something? Where you just want to walk away and go do something ‘easier’.
What is the unintended impact your misunderstood words can have.
Capture your thoughts when you have those moments of insight or clarity. Some of them might one day solve a problem, inspire someone, or become the basis for a blog post.
When you get an idea, how much time do you spend voting on it? “Nah, that’ll never work.” “People will think I’m crazy.” Stop the voting, and Just do it or don’t. Either way You’ll save a lot of time.
Do you know that thing you want to do so badly, yet you lack the confidence to do it? What would you do if you knew confidence is only an illusion.
“Decisions Reign. Don’t give doubt the reins” — Tamsin Briar
One of the best teams I’ve encountered spends one hour every day learning together. I wonder why they’re so good at what they do?
“Perfection is so 10 years ago!” — Rick Tamlyn So, why not let your brilliance shine? Besides what’s the worst that could happen … You’re wrong?
Don’t spend too much time trying to make the right decisions. Instead, Spend your time making your decisions right.
Humans are judgement machines who spend our days evaluating everything we encounter. Good or Bad, Right or Wrong. However, what if you knew that your perspective is all made up?
“If you genuinely want improvement, your ego has to accept that your past work is the worst you’ll ever do.” — @SteveTweeps (Twitter)
Knowing introversion and extroversion is simply a way of thinking changes how you relate to others.
Stop waiting until you reach your goals before you're happy. Be happy with every step you take towards your goals.
Do you find yourself not doing something you want to because you’re worried about what others might think of you? Say this three times: “What other people think of me is none of my business.” Then, do it!