“You can say no with respect, you can say no promptly and you can say no with a lead to someone who might say yes. But just saying yes because you can’t bear the short-term pain of saying no is not going to help you do the work.”
Saying ‘no’ by Seth Godin
“So here’s my new proposition: work as often as you damn well please! It’s your life; these are your moments to fill and hopefully enjoy. But if you find yourself feeling stressed or detached from the present moment—if you sense life is passing you by as you complete spreadsheets and eat at your desk—you may benefit from one of these ideas to slow down throughout the day”
This is a great blog I just discovered. Check it out!
Massive guest posts by Dragos. I was proud to participate.
Great Relationship Advice from Daphne and Jonathan
Roger Continues his great work.
“What I like most about this book is that the advice is based on scientific research. In fact, the original title of the hardbound edition was “The How of Happiness: A SCIENTIFIC Approach to Getting the Life You Want.” I guess the publisher thought the title was unappealing to some people.”
I just started reading Writer Dad this week. A great blog.
David writes about waiting for somebody else to do something.
“It’s not uncommon for a person to actually live with this same reliance on something or somebody else to intervene and take responsibility for the mess in which he finds himself.”