Wednesday, May 04, 2011

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Meet the Best ~ 40: Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

"Being in the present moment with natural breath, ideas are enriched
and strengthened with creativity and discovery needed for action.
  Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment

What would your life be like if you had a personal mentor to guide
you on a daily, weekly and monthly basis -- on information products
of your choosing?

Certainly your life is worth investing in yourself.

Here are two mentors who have touched our lives and we are pleased
to share them with you in this entry of Meet the Best.

Introducing with appreciation and gratitude this month's "meet the
best" mentors Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson.

Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson came into our lives when
we wanted to learn more about "how to be more productive" with
less distress in today's world.

Rework is about and for people who want to live life their way.

Here are a few excerpts from their book for your consideration...

"Planning is guessing...Figure out the next most important thing
and do that. Make decisions right before you do something,..."
[pp. 19-20]

"Reasons to quit...Here are some...questions to ask yourself to
ensure you're doing work that matters.
Why are you doing this?...
What problems are you solving?...
Will this change behavior?..." [pp. 100-101]

"Go behind the scenes...Letting people behind the curtain
changes your relationship with them. They'll feel a bond with
you and see you as human...They'll develop a deeper level of
...appreciation for what you do." [pp.179-180]

Read more >>>

Are you appreciative and grateful when you "meet the best" in your life?

Tell us how when you Meet the Best helps or hinders you to get more
done with less distress here...

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