Flow

* contributing with time or money to the needy or environmental causes * going out of your way to help someone who needs
Rana Florida is author of the business best-seller, Upgrade, Taking Your Work and Life from Ordinary to Extraordinary 1. Your
Most of us were taught to shut down our passions when we were young. There are many reasons why. See if you recognize yourself in any of these four rules that I've seen to be key reasons why you might be shut down to living a fulfilled life.
It’s 2 p.m. and I just woke up from a nap. No, it’s not the weekend. And no, I’m not on vacation. It’s just a normal workday
Flow was achieved in the final round of the British Open at the Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland. It was very special to see. Flow can be identified when an unusual set of circumstances converge to push competition to a level that is rarely seen
It wasn't glamorous work, but there was no doubt he was getting better. His first magic routines would only last one or two
Habits, by nature, are easier and more accessible, and humans are lazy creatures with greater willingness to do what requires the least amount of effort. By contrast, hobbies require effort-- and this effort becomes its own reward.
 30 years of strategic, entrepreneurial business growth along with two brushes with death have earned him the tag "ResilienceGuy
4. Do it for charity. Signing up for an event that benefits a cause you are passionate about is doing something good for
Life does not have to be "hard work" or "struggle". Be conscious of WHAT you are doing and WHY you are doing it. That's all