Over the holidays I was listening to an episode of Simon Sinek’s podcast, A Bit of Optimism. And in an interview with Derren Brown, Derren gets you to think about happiness as a verb, something […]
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As I’m sure you’re aware, journaling is one of those habits that a lot of ‘successful’ (whatever that means) people seem to have adopted.
The other day, I was scrolling through Twitter and stumbled across the Twitter account, Visualize Value. The account shares simple yet thoughtful diagrams that depict important principles (I want to give full credit to this […]
I recently came across this Tweet by David Heinemeier Hansson (the founder of Basecamp). In short, David shares a video of Joe Rogan condemning video games for being “fucking fun” and the cause of much […]
For most of our professional careers, we are pushing to achieve, do and earn more. Constant growth. That’s the goal. The problem here is that we become insatiable. We’re never satisfied and constantly have to […]
I really didn’t want to write about COVID-19 this week. It’s all anyone is talking about and I don’t really want to add to the noise. Then again, it’s hard to write about anything else […]
We all want to be happy, right? But the trouble with pursuing happiness is that it’s so vague. Happiness comes from so many things. For example, feeling fulfilled by how we spend our time, removing […]
Happy new year! It’s that time of year again. A time to set goals and make change. You’re probably thinking: “This is MY year! This is the year I’m finally going to … (fill in […]
The aim of Stillness Is The Key is to show why slowing down is the secret weapon for those charging ahead, how to uncover and draw upon the stillness we already possess, and examines figures […]
Asking yourself thought-provoking questions can be a great way of dealing with internal conflict and finding happiness.