5 Lessons That Professor Failure Taught Me About Success. Failure has become a faithful friend throughout the years.
Early on in my life I thought failure was my mortal enemy. But life’s experience has taught me that Professor Failure is on the academic staff of my personal University Of Success that I attend. He is a vital necessity for my training, in order to become someone who will reach his full potential, and even go beyond what he personally thought possible. Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE)
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CNBC. Are You An Armchair Creative? I’m from Britain, so the rules of American football are a mystery to me.
But even I know “armchair quarterback” is not a compliment. It means someone who sits on the sidelines, watching and criticizing instead of doing.As creative professionals, we pride ourselves on doing — making ideas happen — instead of passively consuming, like the couch potatoes with their remote controls. As Jakob Nielsen said, television is “lean back” media, and we prefer the “lean forward” experience creating something with our computer (or canvas, or notebook, or piano etc). But there comes a point where leaning further forward won’t get you much further. Where nose-to-the-screen productivity becomes unproductive. Five Ways to Become Happier Today | Tal Ben-Shahar. With rendition switcher Question: What can people do each day to be happier?
Tal Ben-Shahar: The first thing to do to become happier, paradoxically, is to accept painful emotions, to accept them as a part of being alive. You know, there are two kinds of people who don't experience painful emotions such as anxiety or disappointment, sadness, envy; two kinds of people who don't experience these painful emotions. They are the psychopaths and the dead. Filosoof Joep Dohmen: 'Levenskunst zou een schoolvak moeten zijn. Time Management.