Friday, June 23, 2017. Issue #129
The Life-Changing Habit of Journaling (Why Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Many More Great Minds Recommend it) | Thrive Global
Many famous creatives, writers, innovators and original thinkers of our generation keep journals— for many, it is a creative necessity, for others, a place for exploration, and for some an art form in and of itself. Thinking in writing has this magical quality of clarifying your thoughts.
Think about the state of your life, your career, your business, your major relationships – anything consequential to you. How many truly important decisions have you already had to make, and with the benefit of hindsight, how well did you make them?
If you’re like me, you work long hours every day and are constantly busy. Why is it then that we often feel fully busy, but unproductive? Why is it that given the amount of work we are trying to produce, we find it so hard to devote time to the activities that are most important to our long-term..

Since the mind drives the body, it’s the way we think that ultimately makes the dreams we dream possible or impossible.  Our reality is almost entirely a reflection of our thoughts and the way we routinely behave based on what we believe to be true.

This article isn’t ultimately about money, but it does include a simple technique I can almost guarantee will save you tens of thousands of dollars, years of needless toil, and relieve you of an enormous amount of financial stress. If you do this one thing, you’ll have a lot more money..
We all procrastinate. Whether it’s hitting the snooze button again, not wanting to go to the dentist, or putting off an unpleasant task awaiting you (you know, that one …), we all have things we love to do and things we hate to do. We do them — eventually; the question is, what will it..
What’s the secret to success? Some would argue that insanely successful people possess traits like having a vision, showing gratitude, being honest, learning from failure and having a high emotional intelligence. While these traits definitely play a role,..
The last time you pried yourself out of bed at 6 a.m. for that morning workout felt great: you heard birds chirping; coffee tasted especially amazing; you had the energy to run laps around your family and coworkers. Now if only you could do it more than that one time. 

Research has found that having clarity about your goals is essential to having motivation to achieve those goals. If you’re not clear on what you’re doing, it’s hard to be motivated. Which is why seemingly easy tasks, like sending a fax, could end up taking months.

Early last year, the World Economic Forum issued a paper warning that technological change is on the verge of upending the global economy. To fill the sophisticated jobs of tomorrow, the authors argued, the ‘reskilling and upskilling of today’s workers will be critical’.

A book I’m reading: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari.
Homo Deus argues that the principles that have organized society will undergo a huge shift in the 21st century, with major consequences for life as we know it.
Until Next Week,
Thomas, Curator at Postanly
Have an epic weekend!
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