Jetlag is not known as the best part of the travel experience, but I've managed to find its positive sides over the years.
Higher tolerance to meetings
I used to work for a company where we had meetings all the time. Morning meetings (every single morning!), weekly meetings, monthly meetings, team meetings, management meetings, one-on-one meetings, planning meetings, product knowledge meetings, motivational meetings... I'm sure that wasn't all. It used to frustrate me, sometimes to tears, just … [Continue reading...]
In a recent survey, a few of you shared that you didn't know what your dream was (I'm keeping the survey open. If you'd like to participate, check it out here - one question only!). It didn't surprise me - we often get so busy with our day-to-day responsibilities and so tired that we get disconnected from ourselves. I've been there a million times. I still have times when my only dream is to sleep for a week straight.
How can you find your way back to your dreams?
Here are some thoughts shared … [Continue reading...]
I don't usually have a problem with falling asleep unless I'm overtired. Then it gets really frustrating - I make time for rest, I go to bed and I can't sleep. That's why I was excited when, in my recent brainstorm project at MyBlogU, some of the ideas had to do with falling asleep easier and making it more fun.
Keep a good book or speaker event on mp3. Go to bed a little early to listen. Not only will you learn, but you will get to sleep faster." - Don Sturgill, donsturgill.com
Tried and … [Continue reading...]