We are what we think.
We think about what we read.
There is so much that is unhelpful.
Let’s share some good bits.
What are you reading?
ICYMI: Last week’s GOOD LINKS.
- A simple message for both of my kids: You want to be successful? You want to be a better person? You want to have better relationships? How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything.
- It’s not a choice between work or life. Work, or career, or vocation can be integral to a life-well-lived. Be wary of The Work-Or-Life Myth: Four Goal Setting Steps to Achieve Both Happiness And Success.
- Can we calmly and compassionately meet EVERY experience? Yes, I believe we can. Read Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson in How Meditation Changes Your Brain – and Your Life
- Warren Buffet’s Advice to a 14 Year Old – Paraphrasing… Hang out with people better than you.
- While the progress is irrefutable; we have lost something critically important in its attainments. Read Andrew Sullivan’s The World is Better Than Ever. Why Are We Miserable?
- Stress, the perception of stress, and the lack of simple pleasures combine to impact your health. Jennifer Breheny Wallace says Even the small stresses of daily life can hurt your health, but attitude can make a difference.
- I grew up in a small town in South Dakota and I worked for a summer in an even smaller town in Kentucky and I carry both sides of this argument internally. Synthesizing the two is hard. When Truth and Reason Are No Longer Enough.
- Should the admission of luck as a primary success factor lead to better practices supporting serendipity? How about policies for shared distribution? If the research is sound… it probably should. The Role of Luck in Life Success.