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Book Summary – Moneyball

Summary of the book Moneyball by Micheal Lewis I learned how Billy Beane (the general manager of the Oakland A’s) consistently built a winning team when he had the smallest payroll in major league baseball. Here are a few questions to think about today, inspired by the book: Are we judging people on what they have done, instead of what they might do? Beane found that the best predictor of how team members will perform is how they have performed in the past. Are we doing enough to manage around our weaknesses? Most people try and eliminate their weaknesses. The best performers know their weaknesses and manage around them. Are we placing too much weight on our most recent performances? Remember, your most recent performance won’t make or break our long-term success. Keep an even keel in the face of successes and failures. If you want more, you can click here to read a summary of Moneyball by Micheal...

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Top 10 Ways to Declutter Your Mind

Our lives are filled with clutter, whether it’s a desk covered with papers, a kitchen drawer stuffed with items that don’t seem to belong anywhere else, or an overwhelmed mind trying to deal with too much. A cluttered mind is fatiguing and results in poor performance and poor decisions. You can declutter your mind, just as you can declutter your kitchen drawer. Declutter your mind and gain clarity 1. Start with your diet. A poor diet can result in a foggy and confused mind. The main culprit is inflammation and unstable sugar levels. There are plenty of resources available...

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Book Summary – The Significance Factor

Summary of the book The Significance Factor: Six Key Elements That Transform Your Life To Make It Truly Matter by Dr Wayne Pernell I learned the 6 elements of leading a life of significance, including the idea that you need to be of service to others in order for that to happen. Here is an idea for you to consider this week. Idea: Be of service through random acts of kindness Being of service to the world can live in large things (like serving millions of people through your business), but it can also live in small things and how you impact the people you come into contact with on a daily basis. One of the small ways you can practice service is through random acts of kindness. At the beginning of the day, put six pennies or buttons in your right pocket. Every time you give a compliment or a gesture of service, move one penny to your left pocket. This exercise offers you concrete evidence of your actions compared to your intentions. Try to move all six by the end of the day. If you want more, you can click here to read a summary of The Significance Factor by Dr Wayne Pernell. Or you can get the full book at Amazon – The Significance Factor: Six Key Elements That Transform Your Life To Make It Truly...

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9 Benefits of Taking a Daily Walk

It’s not necessary to train like an Olympic athlete to be healthy. In fact, too much exercise is actually less healthy. The maximum health benefits from exercise can be reached with a modest routine. Doing more will make you fitter, but not healthier. You also increase the likelihood of injury. Walking is natural activity that almost anyone can do. There are numerous health benefits to be gained from regular, brisk walking. Your overall health, brain, waistline, and mental health are all enhanced by walking. Walk your way to good health 1. Control blood glucose levels. A 15-minute walk after...

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Book Summary – Who Are You Meant To Be

Who Are You Meant To Be by Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard. I learned that discovering who you really are can help you unlock your true potential. Here is an idea for you to consider this week. Idea: The Problem with Focussing on Faults The problem isn’t that we can’t meet our potential. The issue is we spend more time considering and trying to fix our faults and bring frustrated by other seemingly more successful people. The road to true potential is focussing on who you truly are, and the gifts you bring to the world. If you want more, you can click here to read a summary of Who Are You Meant To Be by Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard here today. (you’ll need to create a free account first at the read it to me...

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