If you haven’t seen this in awhile, it’s to relive the greatnes. If you’ve never seen it what’s wrong with you?
Inspired Resolutions via @JordanFScotti
Creating meaningful, lasting change in the new year. Source: Inspired Resolutions
The One Thing #recommended
The one book that had the biggest impact on my year last year was The ONE Thing. Funny thing is that the book had been on my shelf for at least three years and I never read it. As the woman said ‘when the student is ready the teacher appears’…
The book resonated with me — I had already been thinking along those lines most of my life — and it reorganized my thinking in ways that had a big impact, especially at work!
One of the most important concepts in the book is this: a domino can knock over a domino 1.5x its size…
Resolve to read this book and apply its lessons this year!
How Have You Grown This Year?
Are you giving yourself credit for how you’ve grown and changed? Source: How Have You Grown This Year?
How to Reclaim Your Brain From Big Tech via @MindfulOnline
Here’s how you can use mindfulness to pause, pay attention, and align your tech and social media use with your values. Source: How to Reclaim Your Brain From Big Tech – Mindful
If You Really Want to Change the World: 4 Ways to Be Kind via @TinyBuddha
Be kind because it is the easiest thing that you can do to make the world a better place. Here are four ways to do it. Source: If You Really Want to Change the World: 4 Ways to Be Kind – Tiny Buddha
4 Things I Needed to Accept to Let Go and Heal After Trauma via @TinyBuddha
There are four things I needed to accept in order to let go and heal after the trauma of being imprisoned by my own family. Source: 4 Things I Needed to Accept to Let Go and Heal After Trauma – Tiny Buddha
California NEARLY scores on hail mary vs Notre Dame
No one beats ‘Our Lady (Notre Dame)’ on a Hail Mary pass. Just sayin’…
Daniel Burnham on Planning
“Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably will not themselves be realized. Make big plans, aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever growing insistency. Remember that our sons and grandsons are going to do things that would stagger us.”
Great words from a great man. After the great Chicago fire in 1871, Daniel Burnham was the man with the vision that became the current city of Chicago. Read more about his life here. And make no little plans from this point forward…