Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen Amazon: Print | eBook | Audiobook • Apple Books: Book | Audiobook Member Downloads: 📕 Getting Things Done Book Summary 🎧 Getting Things Done Audio Summary Audiobook not playing? Login › or Join › About You know that feeling you get when you know there’s something you’re […]
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Everyone’s lazy to a certain extent. And sometimes, laziness is a good thing: after all, efficiency is just intelligent laziness. But that’s not the kind of laziness we’re talking about. Today, we’re focusing on the other kind of laziness, the traditional, original brand of laziness. The “sit on your ass when you know you need […]
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts by Gary Chapman Get Book: Print | eBook | Audiobook Member Downloads: 📕 Book Summary (PDF) | 🎧 Audio Summary (MP3) Audiobook will not play until you log into your membership account Still not a member? Join here The 5 Love Languages summary is also available […]
Presence Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges by Amy Cuddy Get Book: Print | eBook | Audiobook Member Downloads: 📕 Book Summary (PDF) 🎧 Audio Summary (MP3) Audiobook not playing? → Members: Login › or Join Now › About In describing the meaning of presence, author Amy Cuddy writes, “The research I’ve been […]
It’s that time of year again when millions of people start setting New Year’s goals. Sadly, however, just a month or two later, most of these New Year’s goals, resolutions, and habits will have been forgotten about or given-up on. But not with you. Why? Because you’re about to discover some of the most common […]
Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins Buy Book: Print | Kindle | Audiobook Downloads: Book Summary (PDF) | Audiobook Summary (MP3) *Important note: this book summary contains explicit language which may be inappropriate for some readers. ABOUT Navy SEAL. Army Ranger. Ultra-marathon runner. Ultra-distance cyclist. Triathlete. Motivational speaker. […]
Apple | Spotify | Google Podcasts | MP3 Imagine that you’re about to go to bed at night when you all-of-a-sudden remember an important video conference you need to attend the following day. You pull out your journal or planner and start jotting it down and blocking it off in your calendar so that you don’t forget… […]
Have you ever noticed that many of your greatest worries and anxieties are about things that might happen in the future? Most of our fears arise when we allow our minds to ruminate about past problems, future concerns, and imaginary outcomes… For example, when your spouse doesn’t answer the phone, or when you hear a […]
Tiny Habits was written by BJ Fogg, who is the founder of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. He’s one of the world’s foremost experts on the science and psychology of behavior change, and his work in this area has had a significant impact on the way we approach habit change. Whether we’re talking about product development to personal development—if it involves change, BJ Fogg is your guy. And in Tiny Habits, he shares his research-backed insights on habit change and why it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think.
Highlights: Why emotions are the key to creating habits. • How to use your emotions to create strong habits. • How to form new habits quickly. When you want to make a change in any area of your life—regardless of whether the change you seek is a change of perception or procedure, personal or professional, a change for […]
Nobody wakes up in the morning and says, “Today I want to put out fires all day long.” But you probably know what a day like that feels like. I’m talking about those days when you wake up wanting to make meaningful progress on your goals, but you end up being pulled in every direction […]
Between mid-March and mid-May 2020, the percentage of U.S. employees working from home more than doubled, from 31% to 65%. That’s over 100 million more people working from home. And guess what? People prefer it. According to a recent survey from Gallup, “more than half of at-home workers say they would prefer to continue working […]