Enjoy the current installment of “weekend reading for health, wealth and happiness.” Designed to broaden your horizons and foster positive change in your life, this week’s edition kicks off with a thought-provoking piece by the Harvard Business Review about ‘how to measure your life’. This includes a set of guidelines from HBS professor Clay Christensen that have helped him find meaning in his own life.
From there, we look at a fascinating article by former senior British Army officer, inspirational leader and Ironman champion David Labouchere on habits and rituals.
There’s been a lot of talk about leadership during these crazy times, be that as a person, parent, spouse or in business. But what actually makes a leader? There’s one single principle that guides true, effective leadership, and it’s probably not what you think. In fact, it’s counter-intuitive for many people who aspire to be great leaders! That’s according to Tony Robbins who shares his #1 principle for leadership.
We follow this up with a link to HabitBull, a new app we are testing in the office which promises to help you smash your goals and build positive habits. In case you need any habit inspiration, we’ve finished with a Lifehack article on ways to create a positive mindset each day.
Enjoy the ‘light’ reading and happy weekend!
Clay Christensen on measuring your life: https://hbr.org/2010/07/how-will-you-measure-your-life
Jason Butler on buying property: https://www.jason-butler.com/blog/should-you-buy-a-property-right-now
Wealth and financial happiness sketches: https://www.theprivateoffice.co.nz/blog/p721mh0ml695ktt375x99jtikz041y
David Labouchere on habits and rituals: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/habits-rituals-david-labouchere/
Tony Robbins on leadership: https://makemycomeback.com/leadership?
Habitbull app: http://www.habitbull.com/
Creating a positive mindset each day: https://www.lifehack.org/465117/how-to-create-a-positive-mindset-each-day