Is it time for you to take your productivity and focus to the next level? Do you want to bring more purpose and clarity to the most important parts of your life? Do you want to see more pay-off and profits from all the effort you put in? If so,
Stress has been labeled the “silent killer.” Ominous yes, but it’s also accurate. You see, stress is unique in that it affects the body on all levels – physical, mental and emotional. And, even though the body is designed to withstand and at times harness stress, too much can overwhelm
Chalk drawing – concept of 80/20 rule In The ONE Thing Gary Keller discusses the 80/20 Principle in detail. It’s a productivity concept that can be applied to many things in life, including your workload. The principle states that 20 percent of what you do produces 80 percent of your results.
When you do ONE thing, the right thing, it can topple over many things. Because success is sequential – not simultaneous.
It feels good to say yes. Yes to new opportunities. Yes to helping with a project. Yes to going to a party. Yes — just to be polite. But we often forget saying yes to something inevitably means saying no to something else. This fact is particularly important when we
When we’re hard at work on our ONE Thing we’ll inevitably come across an obstacle so large and powerful it leaves us completely frustrated. In that moment, instead of giving up, it’s important to recognize that just beyond the roadblock is something valuable. It may be difficult to see at
Time, energy, willpower—these aren’t always at our fingertips when we want them. But what about when we’re maxed out on all fronts? What happens to us when we’re low on time, energy, cash, willpower – lots of things? Scarcity. And, scarcity can be a trap. The truth is, we only
Martin Luther King Jr.’s strive for civil rights started with a bus strike in Montgomery, AL. The success of this first domino – the Supreme Court deemed segregated buses as unconstitutional – solidified his ONE Thing, to gain equality for African Americans and other oppressed peoples. In honor of MLK
Many entrepreneurs will tell you that creating a business is like having a child. So much love, time, energy and focus goes into it. The business becomes your world, and you’re invested in its wellbeing more than your own. Over the years you nurture it and watch it grow into
Wouldn’t you like to know the secrets behind Bill Gates’ billions? The steps Warren Buffett and Ray Dalio have taken every year to beat the fickle financial markets? What it takes to turn a scruffy dorm-room startup into Facebook? Let us pull back the curtain for you… There is no