10 Tips To Get More Done | The Faith of Maya Angelou | Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff
Happy Friday and Happy (early) Father’s Day to all the 4word dads and father figures! We hope you enjoy our favorites from this past week!
- GET MORE DONE: Ruth Soukup with Living Well Spending Less lists 10 ingenious tips for getting more done every day, and the best part? These tips are a piece of cake!
- SHOW, DON’T TELL: Margot Starbuck muses about an old writing instruction that can also be applied to any career involving influencing people, which means just about everyone can benefit!
- MAYA ANGELOU: Jim Dennison discusses the different areas of faith that Maya Angelou investigated during her life and how her studies and experiences led her to develop a non-judgmental tolerance that made her such a beloved public figure.
- DON’T HATE YOUR JOB: Tony Schwartz with The New York Times’ DealBook has six simple steps any employee can take to turn around their hatred for their job.
- WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA HAS MADE OBSOLETE: John Kultgen cultivates a list of nine products and services that social media have made obsolete. Do you have any others that you would add to his list?
Video of the Week
Irish vlogger Anna Saccone shares an adorable Father’s Day dessert that the kids can help make, as demonstrated by her toddler Emilia.
- What Happens When Women Make More Money Than Men? – Farnoosh Torabi, author of When She Makes More, and Barbara Corcoran, founder of Corcoran Group and star of Shark Tank, discuss what happens when a woman makes more money than her male counterparts, in an interview on Bloomberg’s Market Matters.
- There is No Perfect Plan for Parenting – Ryan Bilello with Faith Village talks about the experience he and his wife have endured with having children, and how it led to divorce … just not the divorce you’re thinking of, though.
- Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff – Rick Warren identifies four common types of complainers and shares three questions you can ask yourself to keep from complaining.
A Pinterest Find
Give Dad a Father’s Day card he’ll want to display for all to see. Here are some crafty card ideas that the kids (and you) can create for Dad’s special day!