Sunday, January 3, 2016

Bookmarks of Note (weekly)

    • 1. Assume People Have Good Intentions
    • 2. Avoid Using Negative Words
    • 3. Avoid Spending Time with Stressed-Out People
    • 4. Begin Each Day with Expectation
    • 5. Breathe More Deeply
    • 6. Celebrate More Frequently
    • 7. Daydream More Frequently
    • 8. Decide That You Must Achieve Your Goals
    • 9. Define “Failure” as “Failing to Take Action”
    • 10. Deflect Partisan Conversations
    • 11. Don’t Waste Energy on Hate
    • 12. Don’t Take Calls from Strangers
    • 13. Don’t Take Yourself Seriously
    • 14. Don’t Try to Win Every Argument
    • 15. Don’t Succumb To Malice or Gossip
    • 16. Don’t Worry What Others Think About You
    • 17. Drink More Water
    • 18. Eat a Big Breakfast
    • 19. End Each Day With Gratitude
    • 20. Exercise Your Eyes
    • 21. Find the Right Job for You
    • 22. If It’s Scary, Do it Now
    • 23. Know and Keep Your Personal Limits
    • 24. Let Go of Your Results
    • 25. Listen to Something Inspiring
    • 26. Make a Public Commitment
    • 27. Make Peace With Your Past
    • 28. Make Your Goals Pervasive
    • 29. Monitor Your Progress
    • 30. Never Argue With Strangers
    • 31. Never Attend Agenda-less Meetings
    • 32. Realize That You Are Responsible for Your Emotions
    • 33. Remember That Everything Will Change
    • 34. Remember That Rejection Is an Illusion
    • 35. Set Achievable Yet Inspirational Goals
    • 36. Set Measurable Milestones
    • 37. Smile and Laugh More Frequently
    • 38. Stop Comparing Yourself to Others
    • 39. Stop Complaining About Not Having Enough Time
    • 40. Stop Listening to and Leaving Voicemails
    • 41. Stretch Regularly
    • 42. Take a Walk After Lunch
    • 43. Take Action Immediately After Setting a Goal
    • 44. Take Power Naps
    • 45. Take the Stairs
    • 46. Take Time to Plan and Prioritize
    • 47. Think of Rejections as Stepping Stones
    • 48. Throw Out Things That Aren’t Useful or Beautiful
    • 49. Treat Setbacks as Success Signals
    • 50. Turn Off Background TV
    • 51. Turn Off Depressing News
    • 52. Turn Off Your Computer Alerts
    • 53. Use More Positive Words
    • 54. Use Technology to Stay Focused
    • 56. Write Your Goals Down on Paper
    • Tip #1: Beware of Small Regular Commitments
    • Tip #2: Use Email Judiciously
    • Tip #3: Hammer Meetings Into Submission
    • Tip #4: Know the True Cost of Interruptions
    • Tip #5: Don't Pay the Price of Disorganization
    • Tip #6: Use The 30/3 Rule for Tracking Your Finances
    • a free smartphone app, Periscope allows users to broadcast a live video stream to public or private audiences.
    • Periscope for Student Instruction
    • Virtual Field Trips
    • Expert Speakers or Demonstrations
    • Historical Accounts and Interviews
    • Student Collaborations
    • Periscope for Parent Engagement
    • Televising School Events
    • Student Presentations
    • Parent Education Sessions

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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