I just read this line, which according to this tweet below, is from Chris Do: I think this formula is an elegant summary of an
My short, humorous tale of why I don’t watch TED Talks… because they are bad for my health!
The power of essentialism in modern life
This is my review of The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. I’ll be looking at it’s overall message, and picking out the points that were
On my journey to discover who I am, I have been thinking about my values. By codifying my values, I hope to have a list of
Years ago I read that as a leader you will have your own values that you lead by. This was a revelation to me –
Some say that you should make your goals public, others say you shouldn’t. I probably sit on the keep-it-to-yourself end of the spectrum. But one goal
So, after pretty much 5 years of not writing on this blog (actually, I deleted it), I have painstakingly resurrected it and am now ready
I was having dinner with some people the other week and no matter what I said, they always retorted with a negative. It reminded of
I used to think that keeping a to-do list was a common thing but actually it is very uncommon. What’s even less common is to
We need to get things done. And there was a point in my life 2 years ago when the book, Getting Things Done literally saved my
Last week I did an interview on leadership, community and social media with Adrian Swinscoe, which I thoroughly enjoyed and you can listen to here.
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances,
Many, many years ago I was frustrated that I wasn’t experiencing the successes in my life that I saw others were. People would do things
I’ve been writing more and more about leadership as of late, as I in our conversation about participation, media, communication and community, leadership is the