Whether you want to re-organize and declutter your living space or simply design a more effective home office, (or avoid costly mistakes when doing any home remodeling), Kathryn Weber can show you how, in her book, Living Space: Simple Steps to Transform Your Home [Kindle Edition]. Living Space is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) guide to re-organizing your home in ways that support your wants and needs. Weber helps you creates better energy, the feng shui way.
What does it take to be a great leader? Bill Sims (author of Green Beans and Ice Cream) teaches a leadership course, and whenever he asks what are the core traits of a great leader, he gets a common set of answers. People actually agree that a great leader has the following 12 leadership traits
Should you focus on incremental changes or disruptive innovation? If you simply keep making small, incremental improvements, can you survive or thrive in the market? According to Luke Williams, you can’t. In the book, Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business, Luke Williarms argues that to survive and thrive in the market, you need to BE the disruptive change and be the only one who does what you do.
In The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking, Edward B. Burger and Michael Starbird explain how smart people solve hard problems.
What do you really know about a subject or topic? You can easily test yourself, and expose your gaps. When you fill in the gaps, you take what you know deeper. You internalize it. It’s a process of mastering the fundamentals. In the book, The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking, Edward B. Burger and Michael Starbird show us how to test what we know and take it deeper.
If you want to get better at math or do it faster in your head, so you can do better at work or do better in school, there’s a way to do so. One of the things my Dad taught me early on was to do math in my head, whenever I could. He taught me to round things to 10s, 100′s, 1000s, and to re-arrange the math and break it down if it was, too complex.