“No one owes you a great career; you need to earn it—and the process won’t be easy.” ― Cal Newport
How do people find work they love to do for a living?
In the book ‘So Good They Can’t Ignore You,’ author Cal Newport explores that question. He discovers that “follow your passion” is not particularly useful advice. Watch the following video to understand why:
“The only way to beat the competition is to stop trying to beat the competition.” – Blue Ocean Strategy
To understand why you should ignore the competition and chart a course towards a Blue Ocean of opportunity, check out my latest book summary video & 1-page PDF summary:
The Personal MBA by Josh Kaufman
“If you’re an entrepreneur, designer, student, programmer, or professional who wants to master the fundamentals of sound business practice, this book is for you.” – Josh Kaufman, The Personal MBA
Josh Kaufman decided to skip MBA School and give himself a ‘Personal MBA’ by studying the best business books. Here’s what he found:
Are you struggling to make big changes in your personal or professional life?
Watch the following video to see how psychologist Robert Maurer uses a Japanese manufacturing philosophy called kaizen to help his patients achieve big changes in their lives.
“Japanese corporations have long used the gentle technique of kaizen to achieve their business goals and maintain excellence. Now this elegant strategy can help you realize your personal dreams.” – Robert Maurer, Ph.D.
Watch the following video to learn a powerful method for saying ‘no’ to work requests (and prevent overwhelm), without being rude to others:
All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope.” – Winston Churchill
If you can summarize what you stand for in one word, great things can happen.
To understand why and how, watch my animated core message of ‘Your One Word’ by Evan Carmichael, and read my 1-page PDF summary below.
On a scale of 1-10: How mentally prepared were you? How confident did you feel before the performance?
Author and Sports Psychologist Jason Selk has spent the last decade preparing elite athletes and executives for big performances. He’s now developed a mental routine that anyone can use to remain poised and confident before a performance.