For the past 10 years, I’ve maintained a daily practice of writing a gratitude list. I’ve learned that if you want to see the benefits of a gratitude practice to shift your emotional state, it’s not enough to write it down. You must add another component.
Memory needs no reminders because it doesn’t happen in the mind.
Structure and flow appear to be opposites, but the strength of each is actually found in the other. We find power when we mediate the polarity to find the synergy between them.
I’ve been a real estate broker for 16 years. Every time someone asks me about a neighborhood, I give the same advice.
How and when do you remember what’s truly important? It has nothing to do with intricate knowledge management systems or getting better organized. It’s a system that’s as old as humanity itself.
You are like a musical instrument; if you want to make beautiful music in harmony with others, you must keep yourself attuned. Here are the 3 elements required for attuning your mind, body, emotions, and spirit.
From my earliest years in school, I’ve been a voracious note-taker. What happened when I stopped taking notes surprised me and shifted my perspective on the need for notes.