I came across a business concept this week which instantly captured my attention. I felt instant, visceral recognition of the concept being described, and the power of being able to sum it up so succinctly.
The term was ‘Organizational Debt’.
Looking for holiday reads now that Christmas is over? Want to plan to read more in 2018? Here are my top 10 reads from 2017, in no particular order, plus the full list of books I read throughout the year.
As the inimitable Dr. Seuss so memorably put it, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go!”
Plus, in a world that’s increasingly distracted and insular, making reading a regular part of your life helps develop both your focus and your empathy, increasing the potential for you to bring your best both to tasks and to relationship. That sounds to me like a good way to set yourself up for the best possible 2018!
What’s the last thing you do before sleeping, and the first thing you do when you wake up? If you’re like the majority of people, you’re on your smartphone.
Research shows that 95% of us are spending time on a smartphone or tablet just before bed, and 84% of us reach for it first thing in the morning. We’re on emails, social networks, messaging apps, news sites, blogs… the list is endless.
But this near-consuming trend is coming at a cost – to your health, your productivity and your overall well-being.
Yet there’s a very simple solution you may not have considered…
We all know procrastination isn’t helping us. Yet we all too easily fall into its traps.
If procrastination is the opposite of choosing to live deliberately, then how can we short-circuit its oh-so-tempting siren call?
There are many reasons for procrastination, but each of us to tend to have a style that we fall into more often than not, in terms of the underlying reasons for our stalling tactics, whatever they may be.
Mostly, these have to do with our thinking patterns. Recognising our natural tendency is the most important step in deliberately choosing better ways forward!
“Truth through words and ideas to change lives”
That’s my personal mission. My burn statement. It’s what I’m about.
It’s a guide by which I make decisions about what I do with my time; my energy; my life.
To me truth is core, because it changes things; it changes everything. I care deeply, profoundly about our ability to continue to agree that truth matters.
But even before you can believe that truth matters, you have to believe that truth exists.
That truth is.