Most people know it’s important to get 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night, but few people have a evening routine in place to make sure of it. As it turns out, what you do before bed each night makes a profound impact on how quickly you fall asleep, your sleep quality and your energy levels and drive the next day.
Can you imagine how different our world would look today if Thomas Edison gave up after the thousands of failed attempts at making a working lightbulb?
Or if Beethoven quit making music once he’d gone deaf?
The truth is, if you’re on the path to mastery, adversity is unavoidable. To do anything of value is to open yourself up to challenges, doubts and pain.
How do we deal with the fact that life will always throw us these curveballs?
One of the best ways to make sure that you have a successful day, every day, is to build a morning routine that sets you up for success. Why do mornings matter? If you think of your day as a piece of music, how you spend your morning sets the tone, and rhythm for the rest of your day. Set your tone and rhythm for success, and success will follow.
To set yourself up for success each morning, here are the three ingredients you need to include in your morning routine, with some tips on how to get them.
Are you feeling overloaded with email or other distractions at work?
You’re far from alone.
The average office worker sends 40 emails every day, receives 121 emails, checks their email 11 times per hour, and spends 3.1 hours a day in total on email.
If this isn’t worrying enough, it’s worse than you think.
Leveraging the Power Of Vision Statements : 3 Steps to Crafting a Personal and Professional Vision Statement
In a world that’s becoming more complex by the day – both in business and day-to-day life, many of us are feeling rudderless. As the number of things we could be focusing on grows, our attention for what actually matters begins to slip away. This is where having a strong vision statement, especially for leaders, becomes so important.
The much-celebrated Italian writer and philosopher Umberto Eco famously had a personal library containing a whopping 30,000 books. While of course, even the most voracious readers wouldn’t come close to reading anywhere near that number of books in their lifetime, for Eco, this library served a different purpose.
Rather than being about bragging rights, the library was there to act as a constant reminder of the many, many things that he didn’t know.
In the age of constant upheaval and change that we’re living in, the number of things that we don’t know is growing by the day. So, if you’re not reading, and reading constantly, you can be sure that your competitors who are reading know something that you don’t.
While many believe that highly successful performers reach the top of their field due to their innate talent or abilities, this is only half of the story.
It’s true that some people have innate abilities that gear them toward success in their field, but without the right mindset, talent will only take you so far.
Presence equals Effectiveness
The number one thing that stops all people, including Leaders, from being effective is distractions. Distractions from what? From being present with the task at hand. When we are distracted, multi-tasking, finishing things halfway, we are unproductive. Read More
Seeing is believing, and what we believe is what we achieve…right?
Of all the principles of success, the creation of vision is the simplest, yet a lot of leaders fail to make it a reality. I don’t mean the achievement of goals. What I mean is the attainment of what you really TRULY want, long term. How do you transform desire into reality?
When it comes to the quality of employee performance, it’s no secret that trustworthy leadership plays a massive role. Poor leadership can result in low-performing people, teams, and morale.
In this article, we share 3 vital tips to empower your employees and make them feel valued, all while increasing productivity, workflow, and happiness. Read More