Eric from NLP Schedule emailed me to let me know about his site, and boy! It’s a mega-treasure trove of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) goodies. I know many of you here like me, are NLP addicts and will love the resources on that site. Thanks for the intro, Eric!
Elona gives you a method on how to talk so your kids will listen with Hand Your Work In So I Can Give You Some Marks.
The ever excellent Merlin Mann of 43 Folders has summed up his top 5 super-obvious, â€œno-duhâ€ ways to immediately improve your life:
1) Reduce noise
2) Write things down
3) Focus on action
4) Get out of your inbox
5) Get pickier
Kaizen is a Japanese term meaning ‘continous improvement‘. Jason shows us how we can apply the concept to our daily lives in Practice your personal Kaizen. My favorite strategy gleamed from that post is to tackle the easiest problems first, so you build momentum and confidence when you go after the bigger ones.
Besides the hilarious Dilbert comics, I had no idea creator Scott Adams had been so successful; valedictorian, $100,000 for paid speaking gigs, co-owner of 2 cafes…all this even though he’s failed 9 times out of 10. His advice? Go in over your head (found via Seth Godin).
And Senia gives us this wonderful quote by Pablo Picasso:
I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it.