Cliff Hsia has been at this parenting gig for 6 years. He makes these 6 observations.
We find ourselves running in a rat race, working at an impossible pace only to fall into bed exhausted and wake up the next morning running again.
Of course, having “not enough time” is just a feeling—we all have the same amount of time, but we often fill up the container of our days with too much stuff.
A dad shares how striving to be the best that he could as a dad also made him the best man he could be.
David Asbury offers a step-by-step way to get past your procrastination. Don’t put it off until later.
It’s time to reevaluate the way we spend our work day.
Steve Spring shows how finding the courage to draw boundaries opens the path to a rich life of possibilities. ___ I have failed in so many areas of my life over the last few years that I can’t even begin to count them all. For me it’s a little bit of everything. Never really completing […]
Jim Mondry discusses how letting go of his expectations of productivity has allowed him to experience joy in parenting and work again.
Olga Gonzalez shares her observations on things a father can do help his children grow in a positive way.
Leo Babauta on simplifying your life.
Shaun Williams challenged men to bring their ‘A’ game to places besides work and competition.
There is risk in spending too much time consuming others’ works and missing out on the creation of something which advances our life or the world of those around us.
If you’re waiting to start living your life, John wants to make sure you don’t. Cancer ended up allowing John to be more fully alive than he ever dreamed he could be.
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It’s the things that are really important, but not urgent or pressing, that give life its deeper meaning. A fresh look at Stephen Covey’s quadrant.
Alan Bishop, with three ways you can avoid the chaos and develop a winning mindset.