We perform several routines each day without even thinking about them. In fact, I wake up approximately the same time each morning, grab a cup of coffee (like my life depends on it), and check my email every few minutes. The problem is that some of our routine activities are counterproductive. Clearly, poor habits lead… [Read More]
Ask Yourself What Really Matters
How much time do you waste on unimportant stuff? The truth is that many folks get excited when they buy a new toy, get a few likes on social media, or receive a compliment about how they look. In fact, buying something on sale or being told they don’t look their age can make their… [Read More]
Do What Matters Most to You
It doesn’t matter whether you’re rich or poor, powerful or weak, young or old — everyone has the same amount of time each day. What you do with that time is your choice and your choice alone. You can invest it or fritter it away. You can focus on priorities or waste it on meaningless… [Read More]
Why Is Everything An Emergency?
Do you ever wake up thinking your day will turn out one way, and it ends up being completely different? Did you every ask yourself why? Is it because you become blindsided by events or because other people hijack your day with their priorities? It’s fine if it happens once in a while, but it’s… [Read More]
Life Is Short. Why Spend It on Stupid Stuff?
Some folks are obsessed with how they’re viewed, whether they’ll be accepted, and how they compare with others. The truth is that most of those things shouldn’t matter at all. Life is short. Why spend it on stupid stuff? What really counts is whether you have a strong sense of self-worth and live a meaningful… [Read More]
9 Reasons Why Being Busy Is a Shortcoming
How Often Do You Reinvent the Wheel?
Before the invention of the wheel, people were severely limited as to how much and how far they could transport things. After all, they used sledges to drag heavy loads. Eventually, they placed logs underneath the sledges to move loads more efficiently. The invention of the wheel, which could be attached to the sledge, proved… [Read More]
In a World of Bad Behavior, a Call for Personal Accountability
To My Readers: I’m honored to republish, with permission, an article by Rodger Dean Duncan that first appeared in Forbes January 26, 2021. In it, he interviewed me about personal accountability. — Frank Sonnenberg In a World of Bad Behavior, A Call for Personal Accountability By Rodger Dean Duncan PhD with Frank Sonnenberg When I was… [Read More]
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