Don’t Follow Your Passion, Follow Your Contribution By Fiona Mares Yes, notebooks are an easy place to capture ideas inspired by everyday life, no matter where you are. More importantly though, if you begin to review the daily notes or doodles left in your notebook, you will begin to find trends and themes within your smaller ideas that can be brought together and refined. Being able to connect the dots on the patterns between your work and your life can lead to work you had never considered a possibility before. In an interview with Stussy, Lyons discloses he has always doodled monsters but it wasn’t until his daughter refused to eat her school lunches before they were really developed. When you detect these patterns, you can start gathering these bits and pieces and turn them into something bigger and more substantial. The first step: Always carry a notebook. By using one notebook, you’ll find a lot of smaller ideas that otherwise might have eventually gotten pushed aside for the meatier, well developed concepts.
Whistling While You Work: The 10 Most Satisfying Careers inShare11 By Andrew Strieber Bored at work? According to a new study, the secret to career fulfillment is finding a job that involves helping others – and staying away from manual labor. There are few things worse than being stuck in a job you hate. According to a report from the University's National Opinion Research Center tracking job satisfaction, a full 88% of all workers say that they're "satisfied" at work. Of course when it comes to job satisfaction, some careers are better than others. So with that in mind, if you're sick of the daily grind and want to change careers, the NORC rates the following as the 10 most satisfying jobs, from best to worst (NOTE: Data used in this list is based on different criteria than for our Top 200 jobs, so the results may differ): Find This Job1. Find This Job2. Find This Job3. Find This Job4. Find This Job5. Find This Job6. Find This Job7. Find This Job8. Find This Job9. Find This Job10.
Découvrez Google Drive : tous vos fichiers au même endroit. One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Google Drive Find my account Forgot password? Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google Travel - The Japanese skill copied by the world As the sleek shinkansen bullet train glided noiselessly into the station, I watched a strange ritual begin. During the brief stop, the conductor in the last carriage began talking to himself. He proceeded to perform a series of tasks, commenting aloud on each one and vigorously gesticulating at various bits of the train all the while. So what was he up to? And it seems to work. Mindfulness is moment-to-moment awareness. This may seem a long way from mindfulness, which in recent years has become synonymous with what the Japanese call zazen – meditating cross-legged on a cushion. And this present-moment awareness has been deeply ingrained into the Japanese psyche for centuries. Tea ceremony, haiku and cherry-blossom viewing, for instance, all share a heightened appreciation of the moment. This moment with this person in this place will never happen again. An old ponda frog jumpsthe sound of water Transience is celebrated in dozens of lesser-known practices too, such as moon viewing.
Historia del siglo XX - 13 La revolución de un hombre (Mao Tse-Tung) Nando Parrado talks about what happens in life after you die