First things first

First things first

Do first things first, and second things not at all.Peter Drucker "The ability to set priorities, focus on them and not deviate may be the most important skill for success in life. The quote from Peter Drucker was written in the context of talking about business efficiency but can be applied to any field. With … Continue reading First things first

#perfection and #excellence

My guiding thought for this year: “Gentlemen, we will chase perfection, and we will chase it relentlessly, knowing all the while we can never attain it. But along the way, we shall catch excellence.”Vince Lombardi My inspiration and guide for this journey is Brian Johnson of optimize.me (click the referral link in the menu bar). … Continue reading #perfection and #excellence

How To Overcome Your Fear In 30 Seconds

As far as I can tell, I first ‘discovered’ Brian Johnson and his teaching on ‘ancient intelligence’ 7 years ago. This year? I am camping on his site learning and implementing all I can. Want to learn more? Click the optimize.me link in the menu bar…

Bright, shiny objects!

Brian Johnson’s teachings are one of the best things I’ve discovered recently. He says:

Everyone has fear. Regardless of who we are, we all experience this emotion. Even the toughest of sporting legends and the bravest characters in history have at some point been crippled by fear. It’s what we do when fear is gripping our body and questioning our mindset that sets us apart.

Fear can often act as an indication that we have lost. It puts up an invisible barrier between our dreams signaling that we are at odds of achieving them. However, having the courage to break through that wall and turn your fear into excitement is what drives success and sets us free.

In this 12-minute video, Philosopher’s Notes author, Brian Johnson, is back again with some invaluable advice as he explains why we feel fear, and how we can all conquer it by following three…

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Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids

Did you happen to see this on 60 minutes? I did and it stunned me…

Bright, shiny objects!

“60 Minutes” goes inside a landmark government study of young minds to see if phones, tablets and other screens are impacting adolescent brain development. Anderson Cooper reports.

Source: Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids

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