Does this need to be said?
Does this need to be said by me?
Does this need to be said by me, now?
Adam Grant adds: “To achieve success, you need to know yourself and the people around you. Although your car comes with an owner’s manual, your mind doesn’t—and neither do your colleagues. We designed PrinciplesYou to help you gain the self-awareness and other-awareness that are critical to making good decisions, getting things done, and turning a group of coworkers into a great team.”
— Read on www.openculture.com/
Experience is in unexpected places, including in all animals, large and small, and perhaps even in brute matter itself.
A new paper by organisational researchers from the University of Illinois suggests chronic workplace stress can change your personality in the long term.
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Kindness and decency are always in style (or at least should be). When she says she’s going to be less polite and more ballsy, my sense is she’s vowing to care a lot less about making other people comfortable at the expense of her own desires. No more saying yes to social invitations out of a sense of obligation or pursuing a particular life course because your parents or neighbors think you should.
— Read on www.inc.com/jessica-stillman/to-be-more-successful-follow-elon-musks-advice-redefine-word-rude.html
During one of my classes, a dance teacher told me that children are initially taught to spin clockwise. Apparently they find it easier (although there are always exceptions). She said it is well known amongst dance teachers – that if you want to calm children down, you get them to spin anti-clockwise. To energize them, you get them to spin clockwise!
This energizing effect is exactly what most people experience doing Rite No 1 as described by Colonel Bradford. In my view, if the lamas gave instructions to Spin clockwise – then clockwise it is!
a tried and tested method of organizing and managing your time
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For those of us who spend most days in front of a computer, writing by hand can have refreshing benefits.
More important, what should it be?
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The rule of awkward silence has always been valuable. But in a world of instant gratification, it’s more useful than ever.
— Read on www.inc.com/justin-bariso/intelligent-minds-like-tim-cook-jeff-bezos-embrace-rule-of-awkward-silence-you-should-too.html