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Thinking like an athlete


What is an athlete? What distinguishes them from ordinary people? What is the essential element that places him/her above others? The 3 characteristics of an athlete 1- The search for performance Consistency and constant improvement An athlete performs because he or she is able to deliver a result consistently. The main difference between an athlete and an amateur is the…


Two daily forces to master


Each individual’s day is structured around two forces, rising and falling: yang and yin. It is advisable to organize one’s day according to these two energies. In general, the yang forces are more present in the morning: this is the time to create. Conversely, the evening is more conducive to yin energies, i.e. to receive, to learn to reflect. The…


10 reasons to enjoy the massive spread of telework


Greater family-work balance: more presence at home By definition, working at home means staying with loved ones for longer. Less pollution Reducing daily commutes drastically improves air quality and therefore the health of city dwellers. Less time lost in transport The other advantage of teleworking is the saving of time which can sometimes represent several hours per day. These same…


The productivity project


A digest of Chris Bailey’s book, The productivity project. Productivity is about working smarter by better managing energy and attention (let alone time). Productivity boils down to doing the most important thing, not doing more. Adequate productivity, according to the author, lies between two extremes. It is a midpoint between the hyperactivity of the trader and the hyperdetachment of the…