I enjoyed reading the article 5 Tips For Prioritizing Your Ever-Growing To-Do List. I hope you too will enjoy reading it.
It’s standard productivity advice: Do your most important task during your most productive time. But even if you know when you work best, it’s not always easy to figure out what deserves your attention.
The world is changed by your example, not your opinion.— Makers of Change (@makersofchange) May 4, 2014
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I enjoyed reading the article Getting People to Believe in Something They Can’t Yet Imagine. I hope you too will enjoy reading it.
What would you do if you had a working prototype of a revolutionary tablet computer that was receiving rave reviews well before Apple came out with its iPad? Cancel further funding for the project in favor of developing an updated version of an existing company product? In hindsight that seems
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This is not a man-made object. It’s a mushroom called Clathrus ruber http://ift.tt/1sA0o7R— SciencePorn (@SciencePorn) October 12, 2014
“We all have two lives. The second one begins when you realize you only have one.” — Confucius— daily zen (@dailyzen) October 12, 2014
No shit. http://ift.tt/1tMJGhS— You had one job (@_youhadonejob) October 11, 2014
Your title is just a title. Your work is what makes you useful.— Joshua Davidson (@dasjoshua) October 9, 2014
Too many people confuse being rich or famous with being a leader. Wealth and fame are byproducts not qualifications to lead.— Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) October 8, 2014