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We live in digital time. When our pace is rushed and relentless, most of us are just trying to do the best that we can. As a result, we celebrate breadth rather than depth, quick reaction more than considered reflection. We survive on too little sleep, wolf down fast foods on the run, and become … Continue reading [Book Summary] The power of full engagement By Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz.
Wake up early "Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise". Benjamin Franklin Waking up early in the morning is not an easy thing for me but it’s worth making an effort to build that new habit. I am a kind of person who needs some time to prepare … Continue reading Rise and Shine: 9 things I want to do in the morning 🙂
Money is a topic that we can discuss for weeks and weeks. Although some people have bad beliefs about money, we can’t deny its importance in life. We need money for the basic needs such as food, water, shelter, or clothes. Money also helps us to do whatever we want to do or go wherever … Continue reading My Money Rules
John Wooden was a basketball coach at UCLA. When he finished his eighth grade, his father gave him a handwritten card and said: “Son, try to live up to this.” On the card, his dad had written 7 simple but profound life principles. These principles were the key of Coach Wooden ’s greatness. He actually … Continue reading [Book Summary] Coach Wooden: The 7 principles that shaped his life and will change yours By Pat Williams & James Denney
With the fast-changing pace of life nowadays, we tend to race through our lives without pausing to consider who we really want to be or where we really want to go. In order to meet the relentless demands, it's easy to put all one's energy in a specific area but forget the other important ones; … Continue reading The Wheel of Life: How to keep life balanced. 🙂