Submitted by Danny Smith
If you’re like me, you find it very difficlt to pass up an article that lists strategies to help you become more motivated, more happy, less stressed, have stronger relationships, a better sex life, a more rewarding career, all that good stuff. Despite our best intentions, we are all somewhat of a mystery to ourselves, varying degrees of oblivious to many of our biases and drives. So when new science rolls in, to illuminate some of the mysteries of how we work, and how that matches or conflicts with the intuitive assumption about how we do (or should) work, I just want to jump right on that info. and give the new perspective a try.
I realize that the internet is saturated with just such lists, but one that recently jumped out at me as very practical and simple to remember is this one,
from the blog Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Call them mindsets, habits, devotionals, exercises–whatever you please–but it’s those daily behaviors/outlooks that will serve as tools to build a richly satisfying lifetime.
Mom Audience is a site to help moms make and save money, but to me that means more than just awesome discount announcements or business ideas, it means building up your resources internally and externally. Emotional, intellectual, social and physical health ‘capital’ will ultimately ensure that you are equipped to face challenges and bear the confidence to take clever risks.