Electronics are a beautiful thing.
One click and a car appears to transport you to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.
Email is the most widely used and enduring medium of electronic communication in organisations. A number of Surveys indicate that on average, about 61% of employees consider email to be very important to their jobs (Pew Research Center, 2014).
Office spaces and workplace cultures over the globe are changing: open plan offices have become the norm for many, and a pingpong table along with healthy office snacks are more and more common everyday.
Meditation can be as easy as 10 minutes per day. If you account for 16 hours spent awake everyday (now also another debatable topic), meditation will be roughly 1% of your day. That 1% is now been proven to be enough to literally change your brain.
In the market of habits that deliver solid return on your investments, very few can compete with cooking and preparing your own food. If you are shopping for habits to take on this month, you should look no further.
“Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water, or do you want a chance to change the world?”
Those were Steve Jobs’ words to successfully complete his pitch to John Sculley, the president of Pepsi at the time, to become Apple’s chief executive.