I believe that focus is the secret weapon of getting important work done. I have days I’m lazier-focused and I have days where I’m easily distracted. If you’re like me, [email protected] may be useful.
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I have found this resource helpful both at the office and at home. The music helps me tune out the things competing for my attention and find my groove. This link will give you access to a $20 credit. I found a great deal for a lifetime subscription here.
I have followed a ketogenic eating plan for the last 5 years. I have more energy and feel better when I’m dialed into this eating plan. Sometimes I need a snack on the go.
SlimFast Keto Fat Bombs are a great keto snack. They are peanut butter cups made with MCT oils. They taste great and only have 1 net carb.
I have found these at some Walmart and Publix locations. They are usually near the vitamins, etc. I wouldn’t recommend buying these on Amazon, as they are typically 2 to 3 times the cost of buying them locally!
Perhaps you’ve heard people talking about the Enneagram or saying what their number is. The Enneagram is an ancient personality typing system. I first learned about it a few years ago and have since found it helpful in understanding myself better and having empathy with others.
The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile is a fantastic intro to the Enneagram. This book will help you see yourself more clearly and understand not just what you do but why you do it. I have seen several people began to cry as they have read the chapter that describes them.
A Quote I’m Pondering
Goals can be energizing—when you win. But a vision is more powerful than a goal. A vision is enlivening, it’s spirit-giving, it’s the guiding force behind all great human endeavors. Vision is about shared energy, a sense of awe, a sense of possibility. — Benjamin Zander, Conductor, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra
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