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This is Ryan Holiday’s 10th time on the podcast. In this episode, we talk about his new book, “Stillness Is the Key,” which takes an allusive topic (stillness) and makes it applicable to everyday life.
The case for eating lunch alone: It could help you be more productive at work — www.cnbc.com
Companies may encourage team meals and ‘lunch and learns,’ but they could be doing more harm than good, research says.
How To Journal Your Way To Success — www.forbes.com
Whether it’s a feeling you are trying to explore or a task that must be completed, there’s something to be said about the power of physically writing something down to make you really connect to it’s importance. Which is why Paper journals have had a resurrection in recent years.
Why you should start a weekly planning session (and how to do it effectively) — www.fastcompany.com
You can eliminate a lot of unexpected stress by doing a little bit of advance planning.
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8 Lessons from the Best Remote Companies in the World — doist.com
Remote companies including GitLab, Automattic, Buffer, and Help Scout offer advice on building, running, and scaling a distributed team.
What to Eat After a Workout (Revealed by Professional Trainer) — www.lifehack.org
Wondering what to eat after a workout for optimal fitness? With a workout plan in place, it’s important to stay consistent while slowly progressing each week.
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The Digital Planner – Made for the iPad and Apple Pencil — thedigitalplanner.com
The Digital Planner — Made for the iPad and Apple Pencil. Daily Planner and Journal templates for GoodNotes and Notability.
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