My journey from starting out as an infrequent, casual reader who never knew what to read to becoming ‘a great reader’ – someone who reads often, on purpose, and gets a ton of value out of it – was much shorter than I ever thought it would be. Why is this so important? In this post I’ll tell you how it happened, the hurdles I overcame along the way, and share some specific steps on how to get started on your own lifelong learning journey.
Do you wish you had a fail-safe way you could count on to pull yourself out of a serious funk? Even one that has been dragging on for a long time? Hell yes. If you’re anything like me, what you read here today will be very useful for you and can help you move on from a situation you are feeling stuck in.
I’d like to welcome a fresh new voice to the team, Liz McConomy, who will kick things off with a topic very near to my heart: getting to Yes.
But since moving into a house I greatly dislike, I’ve found it hard to muster the enthusiasm to talk about those kinds of things.
I came across an idea yesterday that really stuck with me, and I want to share it with you. It’s a principle that flipped my understanding of what happiness is.