If yesterday was Thursday thoughts, today is Friday thoughts. They’re shorter.
HuffPost’s OWN (the Oprah channel) picked up a piece I wrote on What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend. In it, I quote the CEO of ThredUp on how he used to let days blend into each other, but then realized he was a better leader (and better person) when he used his down time well. I kind of liked this one, so I’d appreciate a click and a share on social media.
Over at Inc, Jeff Haden writes about 8 things you should not do everyday. Sample? Check the phone while talking to someone. It’s a good list!
Speaking of phones, at CBS MoneyWatch, I ask “Are you still checking voice mail?“
And if you feel like doing me a big favor, the reviews posted at Amazon of What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend seem a bit obsessed with how short the book is. Which it is…because it’s billed as a short ebook (and priced as such!). If you’d be inclined to leave a positive review or give a “helpful” vote to someone else’s nice review, I would really appreciate it. The proportion of readers who find a review helpful influences which reviews get seen first. Thank you!
I’m on the road over the next week and have some guest posts in the queue. I’ll try to weigh in in the comments. Have a great weekend!