Productivity tips from experts and busy people
Some well-known tips and some surprises.
Productivity and Leadership in the 21st Century: A Live Interview with Tim Challies and Chris Larson on Wednesday at 2:30pm
“Tim Challies, pastor, blogger, and author of Do More Better, and Chris Larson, president and chief executive officer of Ligonier Ministries will discuss a Christian understanding of productivity and leadership to help us better serve and glorify God in our vocations.”
4 Theories of How a Leader Becomes Controlling
They are faith (lack of), failure, fanfarem and fear.
Break Bad Habits with a Simple Checklist
Some neat do-able advice in this piece:
No matter how sophisticated your strategies to rid yourself of bad habits and create good ones, you’re less likely to succeed if you don’t track and review your progress frequently. Noting your improvements each day encourages you to keep going. And by identifying where you’re falling short, you’ll notice patterns and make adjustments, so you won’t feel stuck in habits that feel unnatural or aren’t producing real change.
I Had Postpartum Psychosis. ‘Praying More’ Didn’t Make It Go Away
Lord, hasten the day, when such articles will never be necessary again.
Taking God Seriously: Vital Things We Need to Know by J I Packer $2.99.
Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God by Gloria Furman $2.99.
No Little Women: Equipping All Women in the Household of God by Aimee Byrd.