What I’m Reading – The Week of December 8th

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read, watched or listened to this week.

  • On What You Can’t Buy


All of the money in the world can’t satisfy your soul.   Wealth can’t satisfy the need to belong to something bigger than yourself.  As someone who writes about finance every single week, I can tell you that there are some things that money can’t buy.  Things like character. Things like integrity. Things like beliefs.

  • On Happiness and Enjoying Life


We can easily spend nine-tenths of our lives trying to appreciate the free time, hammocks, bike rides, and coffee breaks to come, or we can spend that time—which amounts to decades—appreciating what is already happening. And there’s nothing subtle about the difference it makes.”

  • On Regret


We all have joys, hopes, fears, and longings that never go away no matter how old we get.”

  • On Asking Not Telling


We put tasks and achievements before relationships, without recognizing the damage it does to our colleagues or families. ”

  • On Impostor Syndrome


All that separates an imposter from a real person is the willingness to grow. As long as you push your comfort zone a little bit each day, you’re never an imposter.”

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