How to Turn Yourself Into a Morning Person, Backed by Science... even if you're convinced you're a night owl, and hate waking up early.
This was quite a timely read for me. I, unfortunately, work on a team where nobody at a working level is quite sure what we are collectively trying to achieve; i.e. the longer term goals of the team, and indeed the corporation, are simply not clear to anyone. Repeated attempts to urge leadership to work … Continue reading 4 ways to quiet imposter syndrome and start believing in yourself
I thought this was such a simple quote, but so meaningful... One can apply its relevance in a myriad of situations, and really hit the spot for me today. I hope you appreciate it too!
We spend a lot of energy looking for shortcuts to save time, and sure, those shortcuts add up. But when I look back, my biggest time regrets aren't spending too much time on Twitter or mismanaging my daily tasks. Those are bad habits, but there are bigger, more systematic time wasters that have really gotten in the way. Fixing these will free up a massive amount of time and energy.
Every morning I wake up between 04:30 and 5:00, and then head out to the gym for about 60 to 90 minutes. Aside from the obvious health benefits this routine is likely to bring, I find that there are consequential benefits which I wasn't acutely aware of until I gave it more thought. This habit … Continue reading Why we owe it to ourselves to spend quiet time alone every day
Researchers are finding that your mental patterns could be harming your telomeres — essential parts of the cell’s DNA — and affecting your life and health. Nobel-winning scientist Elizabeth Blackburn and health psychologist Elissa Epel explain.
A discussion about watch durability, my most doable watch, and some recommendations for a really durable watch.
Father Time - a funny story about an old man literally getting hit with time!
In 2016, Rolex landed the number one spot on the Reputation Institute’s annual rankings, up from number 4 in 2015. This is when the olive-green dial, Rolex's signature colour was released, as shown in the header image. Credit for that picture goes to Time and Tide here and I used this picture because the green dial is … Continue reading A Brief History: The Rolex Day-Date
Is "time" a universal truth? Carlo Rovelli suggests it is NOT... . In other words, all time is simultaneous and where we are at one 'point' in time is not a necessarily "mutually exclusive" event. That's food for thought!