Of all the advice available to us on wellbeing – what to eat, how to manage stress, how much exercise we need, what we should get from relationships, the idea that we can create our way to being well sounds too simple.
Time is at a premium for everyone, especially innovators, start-ups and entrepreneurs. To prevent time wasters, there are three questions you must never forget to ask. In the second post of her 3-part series, Ann reveals the second question that will save you time, money, and your health.
Ann GarvinMarch 19, 2014
After working with many startup heroes of mine, I’m left asking myself this question: To be one of those few entrepreneurs, inventors, or creatives who puts a dent on history, do we need to work 18-20 hour days, 7 days a week?
Daniel EpsteinFebruary 6, 2014
8 hours of work + 8 hours of play + 8 hours of sleep. Repeat. Repeat. Is this the portrait of a balanced life painted in your mind? Read this post to learn why seeking a life of convergence, instead of balance, could serve you better.
Daniel EpsteinFebruary 3, 2014
Many entrepreneurs subscribe to the philosophy: “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” Yet this macho attitude actually harms your productivity and your startup. Here are a few simple techniques that can dramatically improve your sleep and your productivity.
Chris YehJanuary 13, 2014
The greatest truth is this: if the health of the individual is not cared for then all the big ideas die when the thinker becomes too ill or tired or burned-out to carry them out. The big thinkers are going to need health on their side to get it done.
Ann GarvinNovember 14, 2013
Language and your use of it is one of the most powerful instruments you have to create specific outcomes. For instance, you have a certain amount of time each day, where you choose to spend it demonstrates your true priorities.
Pascal FinetteNovember 7, 2013
Entrepreneurs are always instructed to network. But what do you do after you meet someone? If you’re raising money, and you meet a potential investor, the steps are clear. But what about fellow entrepreneurs? Or anyone else?
Chris YehSeptember 18, 2013
The co-founder of Stanford's d.school, George Kembel, discusses the struggles and tactics for balancing life, family, and an addiction to startups.
Unreasonable MediaAugust 1, 2013