clean sweep assessment Are you ready to clean up your life? The Clean Sweep Program is a checklist of 100 items which, when completed, give one complete personal freedom. These 100 items are grouped in 4 areas of life with 25 in each group: Physical Environment, Well-being, Money and Relationships. These 4 areas are the cornerstone for a strong and healthy life and the program helps a person to clean up, restore and polish virtually every aspect of his/her life. Bicycle Fixation: How Not to Lock Your Bike How Not to Lock Your Bike by Robert Leone Are you locking your bike? If so, please check with your lock's manufacturer for how to lock up correctly. Here, I present bike locking don'ts. I call them the Bad, the Sad, and the Ugly. Matthew Cornell - Time Management, Productivity Expert [Cross-posted to Quantified Self] We experiment on ourselves and track the results to improve the way we work, our health, and our personal lives. This rational approach is essential because there are few guarantees that what works for others will work for us.
10 Rules for Brilliant Women I coach brilliant women, lots of them. Dedicated, talented, brilliant women. Most of the time, they don’t know their brilliance. They are certain they “aren’t ready” to take on that next bigger role. What Qualifies Me To Guide Your Purpose Mapping Journey? — Purpose Mapping The short answer is: I’m not “qualified” to guide anyone anywhere at all. I have a philosophy degree with a minor in art & religion. Not a Masters in counseling or even a coaching certification. I’ve tanked more businesses than most people dream of starting in a lifetime. If you read my last email, you know I barely made rent this month.
60 Small Ways to Improve Your Life in the Next 100 Days Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life. At the same time, you don’t need to wait a long time in order to see the measurable results that come from taking positive action. All you have to do is take small steps, and take them consistently, for a period of 100 days. Below you’ll find 60 small ways to improve all areas of your life in the next 100 days. Home 1.
Bicycle Bike Noises, Clicks, Ticks, Creaks, Clunks, Knocks Repair by Jim Langley by Jim Langley - certain photos courtesy of the great people at Park Tool I get more questions about bicycle noises than just about anything else. Understandably, noises drive cyclists nuts, like my teammate in the photo who I’m (green shirt) helping find a noise before his race in the Cal Giant Sponsored Watsonville Criterium. He had an annoying clunk/click noise while warming up. I found that one of his clipless pedal cleat tension screws had loosened.
50+ Personal Productivity Blogs You’ve Never Heard of Before (and about a dozen you probably have) - Stepcase Lifehack The personal productivity niche on the Web has grown by leaps and bounds since Lifehack launched only a few years ago. While a few sites dominate the rankings, there are lots and lots of lesser-known sites that are as good or even better than the “A-list” productivity blogs. Most of them are solo operations — the GTD newbie documenting his or her quest for greater control over their life, the coach or consultant sharing his or her knowledge with the world, the writer adding to his or her published work with notes, errata, and new findings. Their voice is personal, intimate even — and deserves to be heard.
The art of creating meaning into your life Photo by Faungg I think one of the most fundamental questions we come to ask in our lives is “what is the purpose of my life?” which can be transcribed into “How meaningful is the life I am living at the moment?” New Your Digital Consumer Personality Revealed in New Study Your Digital Consumer Personality Revealed in New Study (4 page executive summary) Register to get the full study: “The much heralded “connected consumer era” is no longer on the way; it has arrived. 130 Journal Writing Prompts! – TomSlatin.com This is a mashup of these two posts. Some folks like these all in one list, so it has been re-blogged here. 130 Journal Writing Prompts by Thomas W.P. Slatin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. Based on a work at www.tomslatin.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.tomslatin.com/legal/copyright/.