Hurry! Make Better Choices with Unlimited Time – Kirby Ingles

 

Arnold Bennett, the Author of How to Live Your Life on 24 Hours a Day stated, “We never shall have any more time. We have, and we have always had, all the time there is.” How very honest Bennett is about this undervalued truth.

The last couple of weeks I have scurried about like a squirrel getting ready for winter. I have helped my wife prepare for our son, Andrew. He will have left the womb yesterday and be snuggling in our arms about the time you start to read this. My eyes well up thinking about this special moment and what it represents. I incorporated all the hacks and schedules I know of to get my graduate studies done, wrote two blog posts, fulfilled my role as a husband and father, continued my rituals and have entertained the parents as they arrived in preparation for the greatest gift God could ever trust me with. I am feeling thrilled and blessed.

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A Look Inside My Social Media Toolbox – Reade Milner

 

Ok, I’ll admit, I’m a sucker for a new app, plugin, or automation tool. I am constantly testing them out to see which ones I want to add to my arsenal. Some work and some really fail to impress, so I thought I could provide some value by sharing with you the ones that have been the most helpful. Consider me your social media productivity tool guinea pig.

Let’s start with the best. These tools are my “can’t live withouts”. I use these apps every single day as a part of my social media toolbox.

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How to Remember Things PART 2: Names – Erik Tyler

 

In PART 1 of this series on “How to Remember Things,” I introduced some core memory strategies, particularly applied to tricky spelling situations. If you have not already read that post (and even if you consider yourself an adequate speller), I recommend you take a moment to read it now, since it contains foundational strategies that will apply to all other memory techniques in the series.

In today’s post, I want to add a little more to your overall understanding of how memory works, and then apply it to one of the most useful skills you can have as a leader: how to remember names. This one will be a bit longer than other posts, because it contains a base of truly useful and necessary foundational information; but I promise, it will be worth your while. Not only will you gain real skills in just a few minutes here, remembering names is key to effective communication and rapport, as well as simply being others-focused in life.

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