Intuition is not a mystical power held by a few, but rather an innate tool that we need to exercise daily.
Success does not always come from thinking, trying or striving harder.
Marketing begins with the questions: “What does the other party want? What does it value? What are its goals? What does it consider results?”
To outsmart waste we need to eliminate the very idea of waste.
Design choices that place people and purpose at center of gatherings make them transformative.
Deep Work – activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit – is economically valuable, rare in today’s knowledge economy and leads to a meaningful life.
In order to be creative you need habits that prepare you to be creative.
Prosperity flows from sufficiency – the recognition of enough. When you engage from a sense of your wholeness – rather than a desperate longing to be complete – you feel naturally called to share the resources that flow through your life to serve your highest commitments.