How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren is THE classic text on reading thoughtfully. Is it still worth reading, even though it was last updated in 1972?
I used up one whole SELF journal, which takes about one quarter. Here's what I thought of the experience.
Use a bit of introspection to help "right the ship" and plan for the future.
Vague goals that can't be measured are doomed for failure. The magic happens when we start to quantify the results.
Tim drops some serious knowledge as to what it takes to marry money, passion, and happiness.
Small tasks can easily steal our focus, keeping us from finishing masterpieces.
It's important to keep finances in check while you're working on your goals and dreams.
Running distance races meant that I had to know where halfway was, and to take advantage of it.
Photo by Matt McGee I was fortunate to catch a U2 show last weekend in Oklahoma. The tickets were a present from a groomsmen for my wedding. Aside from my love for the amazing band, it still never ceases to amaze me how timeless they’ve made themselves. Over the past 30+ years, U2 has created… Read more
Photo by pedrosimoes7 Guest post by Mr. Self Development. Everything that exists has a purpose. My computer has a purpose, my shoes have a purpose, my watch has a purpose, if I had a dog, he or she would have a purpose, and most importantly, you have a purpose. You showed up on this planet… Read more
Photo by Mr T. in DC Post by Jason D Barr. “It wasn’t that I was able to persevere. I was unable to stop! I just couldn’t give it up. It was just too important. It never entered the realm of possibility. But, I never was sure, really sure, that it was going to work… Read more