When it comes to using the principles of The ONE Thing to improve the different areas of your life, the options are numerous. Just for starters, you may have determined what ONE Thing makes everything else easier or unnecessary for your personal life, for your business, or for your health.
Author Vernon Howard is once quoted as saying, “Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.” Whether you are a recent graduate or long-time alum, always consider yourself to be a student. If you stop for a moment to consider all the choices
We’re big fans of informational blogs, for obvious reasons. Blogs give experts a way of sharing their knowledge, ideas and thoughts with the masses so we’re all a little wiser. RSS feeds have made it easy to aggregate all the useful posts from your favorite blogs. It’s also easier than
This month we’re focusing on finding a mentor for our physical health bucket. But, before you can find the right mentor in anything; you must first pinpoint your goals in that area. And just jotting down some wellness initiatives you’d like to make habits this year won’t make the cut.
Everyone loves that feeling when they’ve found something they’re naturally good at. However, relying on what we do naturally is a sure-fire way to plateau success. In The ONE Thing, we outline two possible scenarios for what happens when someone reaches their natural ceiling of achievement. The first is called
Being in vacation-mode can make you more productive, but oftentimes things slow down during summer as people around the office head out on trips. This allows for unique opportunities that can help you get ahead and move closer to your One Thing. Five Steps For Summer Work That Will Move
The pandemic has massively affected our sleeping patterns. A study by Sleep Standards surveyed over 1,000 Americans about their sleep habits before and after stay at home and social distancing measures were enacted and found: • 53 percent indicated they spend less time sleeping than before the pandemic • 67
Gratitude is the point of Thanksgiving, but it’s something we often don’t prioritize. When the aromas of roasting turkey and fresh pumpkin pie fill the air, most of us look forward to setting work aside in favor of a lavish meal and the company of family and friends. What we don’t
When Dave Ramsey delivered the keynote at our annual convention earlier this year, he shared five ideas from his new book EntreLeadership on running a successful company. Funny enough, the ONE big lesson we focused in on is something we’ve all heard before: “Slow and steady matters.” Dave was reintroduced
Sometimes when we talk to new readers about how to stop multitasking, we get some weird looks. “Why would I want to stop? It’s way more productive, and everyone on my team does it! I wouldn’t even know how to stop, and I would just get behind.” Unfortunately, multitasking is