What I’m Reading – Week of June 30th

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

  • Do-Something Syndrome

“We convince ourselves that motion is better than inaction. Yet doing something isn’t the best way to achieve desired outcomes. Here’s how to get better results.”

https://fs.blog/2015/06/do-something-syndrome/

  • Zen Is All of Life: Remembering Roshi Bernie Glassman

He would want us to stand strong in not knowing, and to bear witness to the joys and sorrows of this world, including our own sadness at his death. And he certainly would want us to meet the world with unfiltered compassion.”

https://www.lionsroar.com/zen-is-all-of-life-remembering-roshi-bernie-glassman/

  • The Science of Identity and Self-Awareness

“Our brains serve our bodies, rather than the obverse – a liberating idea.”

https://aeon.co/essays/the-interoceptive-turn-is-maturing-as-a-rich-science-of-selfhood

  • 41 Powerful Journaling Exercises for Mind Expansion and Effective Behavior Change

[NOTE: This is a VERY LONG piece with a lot of great exercises to spur advancement on mindfulness, productivity, critical thinking skills and general wellness. The article link is below but I also posted a PDF for easy printing/searching on a public Google Drive folder IF YOU CLICK HERE.

https://www.journalsmarter.com/journaling-exercises-behavior-change/

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