#Grindworthy: January 26, 2012
The new gauge of success: personal fulfillment
How do you know when you’ve achieved success? Is it monetary, big house, big car? Or is it personal, big love and big gestures? INC has an idea. Geoffrey James believes that “real success comes from the quality of your relationships and the emotions that you experience each day.” He gives you the 10 questions you need to ask yourself to ensure that success.
Make changes to your least favorite tasks to make them better
It’s simple, there are just some things you don’t like to do. I’m guilty of having likes and dislikes, as I’m sure everyone is. However, that doesn’t mean that we can completely avoid the tasks we don’t like to do. Instead, use these 4 tips to make necessary changes to make those tasks more enjoyable.
What’s more important than having a customer? Keeping that customer. One time satisfaction isn’t enough to keep a business afloat. Instead, you need repeat offenders. Fast Company’s Francine Hardaway explains why you should pay more attention to customers and relationships.
You can learn a lot from going offline
What’s it like to go offline for 9 days? Most of us probably can’t fathom what that would be like, but Tony Schwartz took on that challenge and here’s what he learned.
Rambling is easy, being concise is the challenge. Why can’t we cut down our words and get to the point? Ron Ashkenas has some ideas, and tips to cut your words.