Last week I was chatting with a client who said he’d read that you should spend around 10% of your time planning. My initial thought after hearing this was that it sounded like a good guideline, but I couldn’t really say how much time I actually spend planning.
Designing Your Life is a book for people who want to claim control of their life, instead of living in somebody else’s. It’s a book for those who seek ways to live a more fulfilling life and squeeze lessons out of their daily grind. Above all, it’s a book for those who feel lost and can’t find a direction in their lives.
Top of Mind is a book for business leaders, public speakers, social media influencers, thought leaders, personal brands, and any company that wants to build meaningful relationships with its audience and industry influencers through a powerful content strategy.
In this episode of the Paul Minors podcast, I chat with Robert Plotkin all about technology and mindfulness. If you haven't heard of Robert before, here's his very impressive bio:
Multipliers is an excellent book for leaders who want to bring change in their organisation and the whole world. It will be a valuable tool for everyone from first-time managers to world leaders. Corporate executives will immediately see its relevance, but so will leaders in mid-sized businesses, for- and non-profit organisations, startups, and the government.
One of the few email newsletters I’ve signed up for is the Daily Stoic. Each day you receive a thoughtful email about how to live a better life by following stoic teachings.
Last week, I received an email that really resonated with me. In a nutshell, the email was saying, “If you seek tranquillity… do less”. I love the simplicity of this quote and thought it would be worth deconstructing a little further.
This is a great book for anyone working in or interested in the marketing world. As Godin says: “Marketing is all around us. From your first memories to the moments before you began to read this book, you have been inundated by marketing. You learned to read from the logos on the side of the road, and you spend your time and your money in response to what marketers have paid to put in front of you.”
A few weeks ago I had a call with a previous customer of mine, Frederick Johnson. Frederick purchased my How to become a “virtual consultant” program to help grow his podcast, This Week in Photo. Frederick then emailed me and said the following: