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  • Paul shared from Always Eat Left Handed: 15 Surprisingly Simple Secrets Of Success by Rohit Bhargava
    Take risks Never give up Do what you love Make mistakes
    Note: The four recurring themes of commencement speeches:
  • Paul shared from Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment (Essentials of Psychological Assessment) by Naomi L. Quenk Ph.D.
    When a Judging attitude is being used, there is a desire to reach a conclusion (use judgment) and make a decision as quickly and efficiently as possible. Without conscious effort, individuals who prefer a Judging attitude are organized, structured, effectively work within schedules, and begin tasks sufficiently early so that deadlines can be comfortably met.
    Note: The "J" Type from the #MBTI. Have any Judgers in your life? (Might not be a bad thing...)
  • Paul shared from Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment (Essentials of Psychological Assessment) by Naomi L. Quenk Ph.D.
    People who prefer Introversion tend to think internally before expressing their thoughts to others. It takes little conscious effort to keep what they are thinking to themselves. Without conscious effort, it is uncomfortable and difficult for them to express their thoughts without first reflecting on them. Spending too little time alone and too much time interacting with people and the environment can result in fatigue and low motivation.
    Note: This MBTI essentials is one of my favorite reads lately. Love the breakdown of the "I" type.
  • Paul shared from Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment (Essentials of Psychological Assessment) by Naomi L. Quenk Ph.D.
    About 2 million people fill out the MBTI questionnaire annually, making it by far the most widely used instrument for assessing normal personality functioning.
    Note: The #MBTI is used by 2 million people each year; it is the most widely used type assessment.
  • Paul shared from Fit Soul, Fit Body: 9 keys to a Healthier, Happier You by Brant Secunda, Mark Allen
    Having strength of body and soul is the secret to living a full life.
  • Paul shared from The Flinch by Julien Smith
    Behind the flinch is pain avoidance, and dealing with pain demands strength you may not think you have.
    Note: Strength finding.
  • Paul shared from Fit Soul, Fit Body: 9 keys to a Healthier, Happier You by Brant Secunda, Mark Allen
    Fitness is for everyone because today’s health crisis is more than physical—it is also spiritual.
    Note: Today's health crisis is more than physical...
  • Paul shared from The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
    (“I love deadlines,” he said once. “I love the whooshing sound they make as they go by.”)
    Note: I've got 800 pages of Douglas Adams and 400 miles left. Ready... go!
  • Paul shared from The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
    The biggest difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people are willing to do what unsuccessful people are not.
    Note: The common denominator of success:
  • Paul shared from The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
    The (Complete) Formula for Getting Lucky: Preparation (personal growth) + Attitude (belief/mindset) + Opportunity (a good thing coming your way) + Action (doing something about it) = Luck
    Note: The (complete) formula for getting lucky /via @DarrenHardy
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