Keeping your mind fit can be even more of a daily challenge than keeping your body in shape. But for us businesspeople — in every industry — the way we think can fundamentally affect the success of our company. Keeping our thought patterns positive and effective is essential in our day-to-day lives.
The eight-hour workday was invented by Henry Ford way back at the turn of the 20th century. Back then, it was an attractive alternative to workers who were accustomed to 12-hour workdays, and the nationwide adoption of the
Toxic thought patterns can be a hindrance to our happiness both at home and in our workplace. If our minds stick to dangerous areas, it can spread to and affect the health of our
If your life is anything like mine, then you probably have days when you think your business card should include “Task and Idea Juggler.” For many of us — myself included — it can be difficult to remember to
In the hectic space of the modern world, sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in a day. 24 hours is not much time to accomplish all our goals for the day — and it’s an inflexible number. That’s why sometimes it’s useful to know little tricks like
Original Post: 25 Ways to Continue Working When You Lose Your Internet Connection By Mikal E. Belicove | October, 2013 For some people, not having an Internet connection is much like not being able to breathe. There’s panic involved, along with a long sense of dread. I loved this article — not only because we […]
Original Post: How To Motivate Yourself By Brian Tracy | September 30, 2013 Imagine each day that you have just received an emergency message and that you will have to leave town tomorrow for a month. If you had to leave town for a month, what would you absolutely make sure that you got done […]
Last week, I (Rachel – VPI’s Director of Content Development) had the chance to sit down with author Laura Vanderkam of 168 Hours fame (you can read Jose’s previous interview with her here). She recently released What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast. You can read part one here.