Month: October 2014

The key to building lasting habits is focusing on creating a new identity first. Your current behaviors are simply a reflection of your current identity. What you do now is a mirror image of the type of person you believe that you are (either consciously or subconsciously).

To change your behavior for good, you need to start believing new things about yourself.

“Identity-based habits: How to actually stick to your goals”

The power of small wins. So true.

http://thenextweb.com/lifehacks/2014/10/26/identity-based-habits-actually-stick-goals/

The absence of a manager, or the structure of forced “360” reviews in a large company, means that for some growing businesses, those moments of reflection on performance and work experience are infrequent—and potentially not happening at all.

Happy Monday! I found some great self-reflection tips for Monday mornings that can help re-focus and boost productivity. I spend a few minutes every Monday doing this (usually while biking to the gym) to make sure I feel like I’m hitting the week strong.

http://www.inc.com/laura-garnett/5-questions-you-should-ask-yourself-every-monday-morning.html

Why Successful People Never Bring Smartphones Into Meetings

I observe that it’s a never-ending struggle to not bring laptops and smartphones into meetings. I only bring my laptop into a meeting if I need to present or take extensive notes, otherwise I try my hardest to just bring my phone (in my pocket) and my Livescribe notebook.

Why Successful People Never Bring Smartphones Into Meetings

This begins by leveraging popularity with employees to kick-start the conversation, but it ends with a solid case for software consolidation and expansion, and enterprise-friendly features including usage visibility, administrative control, and multi-user pricing options.

At Klink we’re following a similar game plan: create amazing end-user experiences that can spread across employees in an organization, built on top of an enterprise-grade security and administration platform.

http://venturebeat.com/2014/09/28/how-best-of-breed-apps-can-topple-the-enterprise-monopoly/