I like my To-Do lists to be a short-list of my top 3 most important achievements for the day, and a simple set of reminders of things I need to do or should get to, that are non-obvious, new, or simply important.
There are two distinct ways that people get results: grind-it-out mode and high-performance mode. In high-performance mode, we feel enthusiastic, work flows easily, and the results exceed our expectations.
In Lead with Humility: 12 Leadership Lessons from Pope Francis, Jeffrey A. Krames shows how you can use humility as a source of strength, and apply the same principles that Pope Francis uses change the world, to change your workplace.
Here are 10 big ideas from the book, Emotional Capitalists: The Ultimate Guide to Developing Emotional Intelligence for Leaders, by Martyn Newman. In the book, Newman shows us how to get emotional intelligence, and use it to achieve extraordinary results.