August 24, 2020

Recommended Reading

Separating fact from fiction in a world full of "spin."
An orderly home makes for an orderly mind.
Crucial conversations are often the most difficult.
Sometimes the weight of our fear outweighs the weight of the actual evidence.
Timeless advice for how to charm anyone.
Love is all around us. Perhaps it's just getting lost in translation.
Some of those lessons you wish you could go back and tell your 20-yr old self.
What if your biggest weakness was actually your greatest strength?
The story of a man who learned the joy of reading at the young age of 98. Never stop learning.
Some things (and people) are worth your time and energy and some aren't. When you know how to distinguish between the two, life becomes more meaningful and a lot less stressful.
Watch this documentary with a box of tissues near you and remember; though he may be gone, Mr. Rogers still loves you just the way you are.
I never met a checklist I didn't like, but this quick read explains how something as simple as a checklist can prevent errors and save lives.
There's nothing like being in the "zone" whether you're at work or at play. It may surprise you that you can find the "zone" in unexpected places.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, but that doesn't mean that this book (which will take you far longer than a weekend to read) can't help you to empower yourself.
Just like the tortoise and the hare, this book reminds us that slow and steady wins the race. It's less important that change happen overnight (and it rarely does) and more important that change lasts. The Kaizen Way explains why.
A failure today is just another step towards my divine destination.
There is honor in all work big and small. Work with passion and you'll be surprised by the results.
An indispensable reference book for job searching during uncertain times.
Denmark is consistently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world. Invite a little bit of Denmark's brand of happiness into your world.
Achieving your goals is simple; it's not easy, but it is simple. Clarify. Assign Meaning. Plan. Execute.
What sets high achievers apart from the rest? A new perspective.
Four life lessons that are better learned sooner rather than later.
For those times when you can't think of how to express something in correspondence (personal or professional).
There's no reason why a speech, a toast, or a work-related presentation has to be boring.
Common courtesy is no longer so common. Your civility will help you stand out from the crowd.
Stoicism has high standards. Can you meet them? Do you want to?
What are you living for? What gives your life meaning?