If you’ve read Robin Sharma’s book ‘The Leader Who had No Title’, you know he strongly believes that a giant key to best performance is alternating periods of intense productivity with periods of deep renewal.
“The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it”. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe …
Keeping a properly structured To-Do List sounds simple enough. But it’s surprising how many people fail to use To-Do Lists at all, never mind use them effectively.
Knowing yourself means understanding your strengths and weaknesses, your passions and fears. Knowing yourself means respecting your values, your beliefs, your personality. Knowing yourself means knowing your purpose in life.
Being unemployed for long periods of time can seriously affect your chances of integrating into the job market. But there are strategies you can use to increase your changes of getting a job.
Yes, according to the teacher of Harvard University’s most popular and life-changing course about happiness. One out of every five Harvard students has lined up to hear Tal Ben-Shahar’s inspiring lectures on that ever-elusive state: happiness.
What if you could design your life to exactly the specifications you wanted? What if you could create every moment of every day to what you imagined in your head?