Here’s the first edition of my monthly „Needles from the Haystack“ – newsletter.
I think there is something worth consuming for everybody in here. Enjoy!
Amy Morin is a psychologist who learned to be mentally strong from her own life. Intense story!
That’s why she knows what she is talking about.
James and Amy go through all of those 13 items and I bet you, that there is something you will find helpful in there.
Even if you don’t think you’d need it.
Walter Isaacson had quite a career: University professor, Chairman of the Aspen Institute, CEO of CNN and editor of Time Magazine. Not bad.
And he wrote biographies on some the biggest of personalities in the world starting with Leonardo Da Vinci. All reviewed with 4.5 stars on Amazon.
The guy just has interesting things to talk about. Probably for days. So these 85’ish minutes will just fly by.
(Intro starts at 3m 53s)
I’ll just paste the shownotes here. If you’re interested in any of those questions, I’m sure you’ll get interesting perspective from this Q&A – podcast.
„In this episode, Esther explains:
- How to foster relationship longevity
- The most effective ways to improve communication in relationships
- How to deal with criticism
- Letting go of emotional baggage from past relationships
- How to know when to move on from a relationship that doesn’t seem to be working“
(Intro Starts at 5min 18s)
My newsletter won’t have exercise advice too often. But this one hit home first and helped second.
Sitting on a desk for most of most days influences your posture. Not in a good way.
This guide gives great advice on how to reverse that. #WorthDoing
There’s always more than one way to look at what happens to you in life. But we tend to prefer the negative version and struggle to change that pattern. That doesn’t serve us well.
This article helps you to think in a more constructive – and not destructive – manner about your challenges.
See what I did there?
And that was it for October 2017.
If you think I did a good job in selecting the content, feel free to share it with your peeps.
I’d love to send more people useful stuff!