I read a wide variety of online material during the week. I like to share with you some things I found interesting. Just because I find it interesting does not mean I agree with it. We should all be reading more and reading different points of view from our own. If you are a Christian, I hope you are reading the Bible and biblical material so you have a strong foundation built on truth.
1) What Successful People Do With the First Hour of Their Workday by Kevin Purdy in Fast Company
How much does the first hour of every day matter? As it turns out, a lot. It can be the hour you see everything clearly, get one real thing done, and focus on the human side of work rather than your task list.
The first hour of the workday goes a bit differently for Craig Newmark of Craigslist, David Karp of Tumblr, motivational speaker Tony Robbins, career writer (and Fast Company blogger) Brian Tracy, and others, and they’ll tell you it makes a big difference. Here are the first items on their daily to-do list.
2) Listening to Negative People Will Make You Dumb by Thom Rainer
So what is the result of exposure to negative and critical people? “Basically it turns your brain to mush,” the article notes. It has the same effect even if you are passively listening to them.
3) 10 Things Your Toddler Tells You and What He Really Means by The Stir on Yahoo
A little humorous, “you can relate if you have a toddler”, material.
Toddlers may be young, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t learned how to fool us into getting exactly what they want! From the minute my little guy started talking, I quickly picked up on a few tricks he had for trying to persuade me into doing whatever it is he had in mind.
4) Eight Reasons Why You Can’t Get a Date or Married by Perry Noble
One of the biggest frustrations among singles is NOT being able to get a date, here are EIGHT reasons to consider why you may not be dating…
It’s a double bonus that a film so much about family makes it easy for the whole family to watch together. Timothy Green is almost completely devoid of problematic content, and it’s a rare circumstance for a wide-release, live-action film to be this clean, this instructive and this enjoyable.