Steve Cutts’ video titled “Happiness” is disturbingly accurate portrayal of so many aspects of our daily lives. When I watch this video, I can’t help but wonder why we buy into all these promises of happiness, and chase them so relentlessly?
In the background there is a nagging feeling that time is running out for us. We spend all our time trying to satisfy everyone else’s demands and rarely satisfying our own.
Jamie Rubin’s post titled “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up” reminded me about a few thoughts of my own about what I want to do with my life when I grow up.
The temptation to power through is strong but there are many good reasons why you should disconnect on the weekend and not work excessively.
Having ADHD doesn’t mean the end to productivity. What it means is that you need to develop a productivity system that plays to your strengths and reduces the likelihood you’ll wander off chasing squirrels.
Today is my last day. I am leaving imonomy and moving on to my next challenge. It has been a memorable experience for sure.
Your job is not your work and your work is not your job. As usual, Seth Godin has a wonderful perspective on associations we often take for granted. This time, about work.
When it comes to pursuing your vision of excellence, there is no distinction between work and play. Both are opportunities to excel.