Tuesday Me-Time 2/9/2021: Make your Day a little Better

Happy Tuesday. This week we have a bunch of great tips to help you make every day just a little bit better, a little bit happier, and a little bit more focused.  

Have you heard of 212 day?  The theory is that 211 degrees water is merely hot, while at 212 degrees water boils. All it takes is that one extra degree to power a train. People aren’t that different. So much can change if we give something or someone that extra degree of effort or attention. This Friday is February 12th, 2/12. Here are some great ideas of how to apply the 212 principle this Friday and every day. 

They say the start and end of every day are the moments that can have the most overall impact on your quality of life. So here are 4 Creative Ways to start your day and 5 Ways to end your day in a positive way.

“What if your work could make you come alive? What if it could fill you with meaning, purpose, and excitement like you’re fully accessing and expressing all parts of yourself and stepping into your fullest potential? Like you’re doing the thing you’re here to do.” Check out this great podcast from the Good Life Project: Reinvent yourself: Spark your work

How to get your brain to focus

The latest research is clear: the state of our attention determines the state of our lives. So how do we harness our attention to focus deeper, get distracted less, and even become more creative? Chris Bailey, author of the recent book Hyperfocus, talks about how our ability to focus is the key to productivity, creativity, and living a meaningful life.

Meditation can have a terrific impact on your brain and your quality of life. Learn how to Meditate in 5 minutes with Dan Harris from 10% Happier

And since we’re heading into break week, we thought we would share how to make the most of winter break. Or if you only have a two day weekend, here’s how to have a good weekend.

We’ll be taking a little break ourselves next week, but don’t hesitate to revisit our past TMT newsletters here. 

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