The last newsletter, I talked about the emotional response to doing more.
I mentioned the more we do, the more we open ourselves up to disappointment and hurt (catch the post by clicking here).
As complex as we think our emotional responses are, they really aren't!
They are quite primitive.
Few weeks ago, a friend who recently retired from the NFL was telling me about the challenges he faced as a starting linebacker.
Being in the front lines, his body was not only constantly abused, but much of his efforts went unnoticed.
He said, a linebacker can go all game successfully blocking...
Happy Thanksgiving everyone, hope you're enjoying time with friends and family.
This morning, I volunteered for Operation Turkey.
It was productivity on steroids.
We were making over 750 meals/hour.
The volunteers arrived between 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., and in different stations, prepared...
Over half the year is gone, and before we know it, the new year will be approaching and we’ll be thinking about goals and resolutions again.
This got me thinking, I want you to do more, have more and be more!
Seriously, I really want you to finish this year strong and start the next year...
Last few weeks, you’ve been learning about productivity and taking action. You learned that taking action is much more complex than merely a matter of choice.
Not understanding or denying that complexity is where people fall short. They assume it’s about choice, but...
Last week, I talked about how action is not a matter of choice (if you missed it, you can read it here). There is more to action than wanting to act or knowing what to do.
All of our decisions and actions are filtered through the mind using a host of criteria. If the decision or...
Have you ever wanted to do something, but didn’t?
Have you ever set a goal, but didn’t achieve it let alone start?
We all have!
Why is that?
Why is it that we get excited about a goal, project, or pursuit, but rarely see it to the end.
The last newsletter gave two reasons (if you missed...
Welcome back to the MindLily Mind Performance Newsletter.
Last week, I started a thread on productivity, talking about the problem with personal development and how personal development experts and gurus get it wrong in couple ways.
One is they focus too much on motivation, pumping people with...