It's time to curl up and dive into our Top 5 Most-Read Articles of 2019.
This book excerpt from "Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team" by Simon Sinek and Peter Docker was a bit hit with leaders and pretty much everyone.
Point to ponder: "All kinds of things make us happy at work: hitting a goal, getting a promotion, landing a new client, completing a project—the list goes on. But happiness is temporary; the feeling doesn't last."
This interview with psychologist and author Elaine N. Aron, PhD. dishes out great advice for anyone trying to exist in our constantly-on society.
Point to ponder: "Generally, it's much harder for men to be sensitive than it is for women, because it's assumed that women are going to be more sensitive. With men, it depends more upon what they look like and how they set out to portray themselves."
This excerpt from "The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own" by Becoming Minimalist founder Joshua Becker holds many gems. Read it. You'll understand.
Point to ponder: "Getting rid of what you don't need is the first step toward crafting the life you want."
This interview with Thomas M. Campbell (co-author of the best-selling nutritional guidebook The China Study) wades into the high-carb/low-carb debate and the dangers of sugar.
Point to ponder: "I think the variety of low-carb approaches, as a group, are among the most dangerous nutritional trends."
This collection of snippets from authors like Elizabeth Gilbert, Caroline Myss, and Sheri Salata will pick you up and make you think.
Point to ponder: "Maybe it's time to rethink everything about what is possible. Maybe it's time to dust off your dreams and give yourself permission to ask the 'what about' question: What about the life I always wanted?"