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  • Erik shared from Ready Aim Fire!: A Practical Guide To Setting And Achieving Goals by Erik Fisher, Jim Woods
    Make no mistake about it—success is found when you combine hard work, time, and intentional goals.
    Note: A quote from my book with Jim Woods. Grab it here: http://beyodthetodolist.com/goas
  • Erik shared from Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
    I recommend that you create a block of time to initialize this process and prepare a workstation with the appropriate space, furniture, and tools. If your space is properly set up and streamlined, it can reduce your unconscious resistance to dealing with your stuff and even make it attractive for you to sit down and crank through your input and your work.
    Note: A productivity idea from David Allen and #GTD
  • Erik shared from Wisdom Meets Passion: When Generations Collide and Collaborate by Dan Miller
    Here’s a common question from one of my 48 Days podcast13 listeners and perhaps similar to your thinking as well: “Dan, I feel like I’ve lost my creativity. My work has sucked all the juices out of me. Do you have any ideas on how to get the creative juices flowing again? I can’t even sit down and think of my hobbies. What if I can’t think of anything I would ‘love’ to do?” Here are some tips to unlock your creativity: • “Sit” longer. • Get away from your normal routine. • Go for a long walk; exercise more. • Take an art (woodworking, sculpture, or gardening) class....
    Note: Great ideas from Dan Miller in regaining and refreshing your creativity. #WisdomMeetsPassion
  • Erik shared from Wisdom Meets Passion: When Generations Collide and Collaborate by Dan Miller
    I am of the belief that everything that happens to us is either good or a path to achieving something good through the lessons learned. It’s our choice.
    Note: Another great quote from @jaredangaza in #wisdommeetspassion
  • Erik shared from Wisdom Meets Passion: When Generations Collide and Collaborate by Dan Miller
    There are two great days in our lives—the day we are born and the day we discover why. —WILLIAM BARCLAY1
    Note: There are two great days in our lives:
  • Erik shared from The Book of Business Awesome / The Book of Business UnAwesome by Scott Stratten
    Every employee is your brand ambassador, your marketer, and the face of your company. Employees make a difference.
    Note: Timely, and timeless advice from @Unmarketing
  • Erik shared from 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
    There is a Hebrew word, avodah, from which come both the words “work” and “worship.” To the Hebrew man, his Thursday morning activities were just as much an expression of worship as being in the synagogue on the Sabbath. Nothing in Scripture depicts the Christian life as divided into sacred and secular parts. Rather, it shows a unified life, one of wholeness, in which everything we do is service to God, including our daily work, whatever that may be.
    Note: Another component to work, and art. CC: @JeffGoins
  • Erik shared from 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
    “Where the spirit does not work with the hand there is no art.” — Leonardo da Vinci
    Note: @JeffGoins Here is another quote for you.
  • Erik shared from Quitter by Jon Acuff
    We often try to make it complicated. We say things like, “I don’t even know where to start” or, “I just don’t have the time” or, “I’m afraid to do it the wrong way,” when it comes to hard work and putting in effort. But our desire to complicate it is all too often just a cover for laziness or fear.
    Note: Hustle according to @JonAcuff
  • Erik shared from Quitter by Jon Acuff
    You have the perfect amount of time each day for the things that matter most. The key is spending time on those things.
    Note: You have the perfect amount of time each day for the things that matter most.