Neil Pasricha mentioned on this week’s episode that he has completes these sentences every morning:
I will let go of…
I am grateful for…
I want to focus on…
If becoming a happier person is a goal (plus being more productive, grateful, etc.) those three sentences may be the way to start your day, too.
If Neil got you thinking, these episodes will help too:
- CFL134: The Secret To Happiness
- CFL171: Five Ways to Avoid Living With Regret
- CFL245: How to Engage With Humor
Make Waffles, Not Spaghetti: Excellent analogy on how to lead when lots of change is afoot.
Simon Sinek on Fulfilling Potential: Simon always finds the right words to illuminate clarity in the complex. A great compliment to what he said on the podcast about starting with “why”.
Companies with Diverse Executive Teams Are More Profitable: Not swayed by the moral and ethical reasons for diverse leadership? Research keeps showing the bottom line benefits too.
The 3 Mindsets in Making Constraints Beautiful: The thing that’s holding you back may just be the thing that eventually launches you forward. Academy member Johanna Nalau reminds us that your constraints might be exactly what you need.
The Japanese Concept of Ikigai: Why Purpose Might Be a Better Goal Than Happiness: More on the Japanese principle that Neil mentioned on this week’s episode.
Leadership and Self-Deception*: This book that most people have never heard of is one of my all time favorite leadership reads — and also the path to fulfillment in your career.