Resources

  • Illustration of a Ueler diagram with four intersecting circles

    The Four I’s : Instinct, Impulse, Intelligence, Intuition

    What is the difference between Instinct, Impulse, Intuition, and Intelligence? The spark for this post comes courtesy the Rich Roll Podcast Episode 634: Guru Singh on Intuition over Impulse. In this episode, Rich and his guest Guru Singh talk about The Four I’s. What is the difference between Instinct, Impulse, Intuition, and Intelligence? What is Read more…

  • Energy Bank worksheet

    Energy Bank

    How much do you get done in any given day? Do you ever feel like there’s never enough time in the day to complete everything you set out to do? What if, instead of thinking about how you manage your time, you looked instead at how you manage your energy? Read more…

  • The Zone of Proximal Development: Where growth occurs

    Everyone has a zone of comfort. Everyone also has a zone of panic. In between is a zone of discomfort. In the world of education, this zone of discomfort is called the “zone of proximal development” or “ZPD”, and it’s here in your ZPD where growth opportunities lie. Read more…

  • The “n of 1”: You are your own sample size

    What time of day are you the most productive? When do you get tired? High performers know the answers to these questions and organize their time with this knowledge in mind to optimize what they achieve in any and every given day. The key lies not in the answers themselves but rather in knowing what your answers are. Read more…

  • Achieving your goals through optimal performance

    When it comes to achieving your goals, how much do you think about taking breaks? What if, instead of always driving for new peak levels of performance, you strove for what is “optimal”? Read more…

  • “A tiny leap” and my pursuit of personal development — an origin story

    This is a re-post of an article I first published to Medium in 2019. You can read the original article here. In 2011, I went on a one year “leave of absence” from my full-time job. One whole year to do what I wanted to do, a sabbatical of sorts. It was a break and Read more…

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