Hey y’all. I’m taking a few weeks off of Facebook so there won’t be any highlights from there in this edition. I’ve found myself mindlessly logging on with no intention and this is something I need to curb. It’s easy to fall into the trap of surfing for no reason. Time is valuable and if this action is not bringing me closer to my goals or bettering me in any way, I need to put it in check. There’s some serious fire this week in the list. Check it out and share anything you might recommend.
Amy Cuddy on Body Language & Confidence Shane Parrish
Feeling bent out of shape? Straighten UP! | Joseph Ingriselli
How to Succeed at Early Morning Training | Jason Maxwell
Making the Plane | Dr. Kathy Dooley
The 5 Best One-Arm Exercises | Eric Bach
The Foam Roller Myth | Dr. Kathy Dooley
3 types of people -those who use their phones to complain of being bored -those who use their phones to waste time -people that read
— Alexander J.A Cortes (@AJA_Cortes) January 20, 2016
Don't innovate at the cost of understanding people, you will miss badly Understanding human behavior is the real basis of innovation
— Alexander J.A Cortes (@AJA_Cortes) January 19, 2016
Sunday can be chill, but not a day off from developing the life you want to live. What can you do today that'll ADD to the desired outcome?
— Neghar Fonooni (@NegharFonooni) January 17, 2016
The freedom we so desperately seek comes only from having more structure and discipline in your days…own your mornings & be free at night
— craigballantyne (@craigballantyne) January 15, 2016
Never quit improving. You will never be done. Get better everyday. Expect more of yourself. Push yourself to make the most of your gifts.
— craigballantyne (@craigballantyne) January 14, 2016
(1 of 4) P U L S E // Today’s flow was devoted to pulse. Like a heart beat. A bass drum. It’s percussive and sets a rhythm. A groove. It also marks the breaths. The expansion and the compression on the other side. When I lost my place, when I lose my place, when I’m losing my place, and I cannot be clear on the gesture I’m holding onto, when none of my shapes feel clear enough, when my relationship to the mat or the space around or the sky above feels fleeting or thin or brittle or cold, I have a pulse. And on the other side of that pulse is grace.