the minimalists

Today I got very intrigued by a nr of concepts shared in the documentary “the minimalists”. Available through NETFLIX. Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary. In this documentary the concept of success is challenged in a very intellectual way….

ZAG – Marty Neumeier, building differentiated brands

OUTNR. member Marty Neumeier captured high-performance brand strategies in a powerful book: ZAG. “As the pace of business quickens and the number of brands multiplies, it’s customers, not companies, who decide which brands live and which brands die.” “Today’s real competition doesn’t come from other companies but from the extreme clutter of the marketplace. Fighting…

WEEKSHEET, win every week….

A calendar week is the ideal unit to break your goals into. It allows you to achieve significant steps forward, and allows for mental and physical recovery over the weekend. WEEKSHEET is a way to achieve your goals. It is not an alternative to your agenda, nor a to-do list. Every Friday close your week…

30 minutes Physical Activity

Aim for at least 30 minutes of movement per day. This is just as important for your mind as it is for your body. While we all know physical activity has been linked to numerous health benefits, new research shows it’s also integral to priming the mind for creative thinking and problem solving. https://www.thriveglobal.com/stories/9606-9-things-great-performers-do-differently?utm_source=Arianna&utm_medium=LinkedIn

Sleep

Sleep is one of the most productive things you can do. Period. If you’re not getting between 7–9 hours of sleep per night, you are shortchanging your physical, psychological, and emotional performance. Although it’s a bit paradoxical, neither your mind nor body grow while you are using them. They grow afterwards, while you are resting,…

Leverage Data

The most effective CEOs ensure that all of their companies’ managers manage their teams and operations as objectively as possible, and armed with as much information as possible. They accomplish this by leveraging measurable data to manage people’s performance, and utilizing data tools to understand as much as possible about the going-ons within their organizations. Don’t…