Quiet is a sign of success

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When I was looking at apartments I didn’t notice the incredibly noisy construction right outside our windows. I attribute this oversight to the same phenomena that happens in the video where you count basketball passes – if you have never seen the video stop everything and go watch it.

Quiet = money

Vox did a video on how quiet has become a sign of quality.  And people sell quiet. Bose has become a noise reduction company, and so has Miele. LH And CEOs establish themselves as quality leaders by disconnecting their phones to have quiet time.

We know a lot about the negative impact of noise, because rich people fund studies to squelch developers. Environmental noise effects not only our hearing, but our sleep, social skills, and cardiovascular health.

Too much noise is a sign of poverty.  So people paint their houses with noise-reducing paint, and companies are trying to reduce their noise footprint as a way to attract top-flight employees.

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I Started Waking Up at 4:30am and This Is What Happened

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I can already hear the shock and resistance.

I know because I’ve already heard it from my friends and family.

“You’re crazy!”, “I love sleeping in too much!”, “I could never do something like that.”

But here’s the facts, I have been waking up at 4:30am every morning before work for the past 6 months and it has changed my life.
Why Did I Start Waking Up at 4:30?
Like so many others, I love sleeping in. The warm duvet, the comfort of my partner – I totally get it! I know it is such a hard place to leave. The truth i… Read More

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10 Tips On Ending Your Laziness

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Most people struggle with laziness. Obviously, everyone would much rather relax and watch TV than actually do something. But this often leads to boredom—especially if done a few days in a row. You also lose your habits. However, you could change your life for the better if you just got yourself out of that bed and into the world.

Here are some tips:

Have a healthier lifestyle

Sometimes the core of the problem isn’t that you are truly lazy, but more that you have a poor lifestyle. Eating too much junk food and sugar, sleeping too little and not working out all make you more susceptible to laziness. If you change that—eat fruit and vegetables, exercise a few times a wee… Read More

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New Year, New You

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How to Conduct an Annual Preview

High achievers love the start of the new year and the prospect of new goals. The problem is that fresh enthusiasm can evaporate with the holiday cheer. Diving back into the whirlwind can be stressful and frustrating. We don’t think your goal achievement should fluctuate with the seasons. In this episode, we reveal a simple five-step plan that will launch you into the new year with focus and energy. Listen to this podcast, and you’ll avoid the January goal slump, and make 2019 your best year ever!

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How 5 Simple Habits Made Me Love My Life More

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“Good habits are worth being fanatical about.” ~John Irving

Your habits are directly related to the quality of your life. Good habits lead to joy and fulfillment in your life, while not-so-good habits leave you yearning for your life to be different.

I think I always knew that, I just wished I took it to heart sooner. Better late than never, right?

Gretchen Rubin, author of Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits, says that “Habits are the invisible architecture of our daily life. We repeat about 40 percent of our behavior almost daily, so our habits shape our existence, and our future. If we change our habits, we change our lives.”

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The 3×3 Goal Achievement Strategy

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How to Triple the Likelihood of Achieving Your Most Important Goals

Leaders dream big. But too often, our greatest goals get lost in the whirlwind of daily tasks and interruptions. Today, we’ll give you three simple practices that will ensure your goals stay on track all year long. You’ll avoid the pain of seeing your biggest goals slip through your fingers. And you’ll feel satisfaction at seeing steady progress until they are finally achieved.

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Why Every Leader Needs Friends

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And Why Most Have Fewer Than They Think

As leaders, we all want to be competent and successful. The problem is that our quest for success can be demanding. It can feel lonely at the top. But as a leader, you can’t afford  to be isolated. You deserve a rich, full life—including a social life. Every leader can thrive by cultivating friendships, protecting time for friendship, and enjoying leisure time together. In this episode, we’ll show you how.

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4 Questions That Will Transform Your Leadership

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Leaders want to provide the answers that drive results. And in the information age, easy answers are everywhere. That’s why leaders must get better at asking powerful questions. In this episode, we reveal how to drive results with four surprisingly simple questions that have the power to transform your leadership and your business.

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The Power of Personality

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How Understanding Your Team Elevates Your Leadership.

Leaders must motivate people. The problem is that everybody’s different, so what inspires one team member may demotivate another. It can be confusing to lead a diverse team. But personality is not an unsolvable puzzle. We’ve identified three personality assessments that will give you a clear understanding of how your team members think, feel, and work. Use these in your business, and you’ll never wonder how to motivate your team again. You’ll gain an engaged, focused workforce that will bring their best energy to work.

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How Alternative Medicine May Help You Through Rough Times

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There are times when modern medicine is not able to help us feel better. There are things, like antibiotics intolerance, when modern medicine is helpless or has little to offer. This is where alternative medicine is the option that can help us through rough times. Alternative medicine has many features and options that can help us get better. Many of these features are all around us and there are many experiences of people that are helped by alternative medicine that can be of great help when we decide to seek the help of alternative medicine.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient technique that came from the Far East. It is known to reduce pain, anxiety, stress, helps with digestive problems, sleep diso… Read More

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