The most successful people are always looking for ways to improve. They aren’t satisfied with accepting their shortcomings or resting on their laurels. Top achievers put time and energy into being their best self. In the past The ONE Thing team has shared our favorite spiritual blogs and personal finance
Books have long been seen as fail-proof gifts for anyone on your list – from colleagues and bosses to family and friends. So much so, that books are one of the most gifted items. And now, with more than one in five Americans reading e-books, it’s becoming apparent that more
Nothing manages to suck up time quite like emails. We sit down ready to work, only to be unknowingly sidetracked by dings, pings, and popups. And these dings add up. In fact, a recent study showed that we waste up to a quarter of the work day on email.
Nurturing our spiritual wellbeing is a daily habit that can benefit even the busiest professionals. We know you’re already following countless blogs (hopefully including The ONE Thing blog), but your spiritual life influences your personal and professional life in significant ways. It’s worth investing a little time to follow at
It takes on average 66 days to build a new habit. That’s right, locking your door when you leave the house, having a cigarette with cocktails, checking your rearview before backing out and grabbing a latte on the way to work each morning are habits you’ve had to invest time
You’re the head chef of this Thanksgiving operation, and it’s time for you take charge. The whole family is here, and more than willing to help. Delegation is your spatula and tact is your sauce, but you still find yourself feeling one thing: stress. Holidays are stressful for a lot
Many people will be on the couch watching their favorite teams battle for the chance at Superbowl Champions this holiday weekend. And, football fans nationwide will be looking to not only the players, but their coaches to pull the team through to that ever-more-elaborate victory dance. So, we got to
You take care of your equipment, office, vehicle and home, but if you aren’t taking care of yourself everything can quickly fall apart. Poor health doesn’t just take a physical toll on the body. It can also seriously hinder mental performance. We all know that we should eat a healthy
After we’ve experienced a successful time block, we feel unshackled and accomplished—or exhausted and ready for some down-time. In the hours between our time blocks, it’s important to be methodical about our next steps so we ensure our enduring success. For those who don’t know, time blocking is the time-management
The alarm screams, jolting me awake. I wrestle the phone to silence and then lay, joints stiff, thinking about the day ahead. The kids Zoom with their teacher at nine, right? If I get them settled, then maybe I can go over the notes for my report. My chest constricts.