The last thing I do. Every day.
Is it money, fame, awards, rewards, a nice haircut, a well-behaved dog? What is it that we're all going after?
That much-needed break you've been craving isn't to go sit on a beach. Is to attack and achieve something that makes you tick.
To get the most out of the side projects you work on, every project should provide you with at least one of four key benefits.
It took me years to solve a problem that, in the end, was as simple as taking a ring off my finger. Learn what I learned from that problem-solving process.
Just as a jigsaw puzzle needs a box, a solution needs the thing that will focus and guide it to success.
Use the 5 Whys exercise to determine if a project continues to support its root motivations.
Using the practice of 5 Whys can help you create more effective solutions to problems, including where you should go on your next vacation.
You are a human, and therefore, you are capable of solving every problem.
If you want to do something well in life, you must do it with balance.
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