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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

‘Why Small Bites Trump Multi-Tasking’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “Why Small Bites Trump Multi-Tasking”. Matt White says, “At a press conference early in his presidency, Dwight Eisenhower was asked for the name of his favorite author. “Harry Sinclair Drago,” said Eisenhower. The reporters looked puzzled. They obviously hadn’t heard of Drago, even though he’d written several classics of western fiction, including Suzanna: A Romance of Early California and Whispering Sage. So they asked Eisenhower for his... [...]

‘How to Get the Weight Off Your Shoulders’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “How to Get the Weight Off Your Shoulders”. Jason Leister says, “I’ve spent a lot of my life living out other people’s dreams. I didn’t do it on purpose. Instead, it’s a habit I developed at an early age that got embedded very, very deeply. Growing up, I was from the outside looking in, pretty much a perfect child. I got straight A’s, I never got into trouble, I followed the rules and I could always be counted on to “do the right... [...]

‘Why You Need Another Voice in Your Business’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “Why You Need Another Voice in Your Business”. Bally the Dog says, “Woof. Woof. When my human asked me to put together this article for you, I nearly declined. Truth is I’ve been spending quite a bit of time out on the farm where he grew up, and frankly, my days are filled with chasing assorted varmints, swimming in the little river that dissects the property, and following my human’s mother around while begging for treats. All this makes for a busy... [...]

‘How to Change Your Life’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “How to Change Your Life”. Alexander Green says, “Although the economy is on the mend and the stock market has taken a big bounce off the bottom, tough times remain for many Americans. Unemployment is high. Bankruptcies and foreclosures are near record levels. Repo lots are overflowing. Worry and stress are on the rise in many households. Some of these folks might want to visit psychologist William James, even though he’s been dead for a hundred years”. Read... [...]

‘Turning Losses Into Gains’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “Turning Losses Into Gains”. Robert Ringer says, “Sometimes it’s difficult to muster up the positive mental attitude to see opportunity in a bad situation. Things get so out of hand that it’s easy to become discouraged to the point of feeling despair. Those are the times when your mettle and sinew are really put to the test – sometimes very long tests. The longest tests usually come in the form of mass oppression. To man’s shame, history’s... [...]

‘What Do You Mean, Life Isn’t Fair?’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “What Do You Mean, Life Isn’t Fair?”. Susan Fujii says, “”What do you mean, ‘it’s not going to be fair’, Mom?” my eldest daughter asked. That weekend we hosted an Easter egg hunt and champagne brunch for several of our close friends and their children. My eldest Kung Fu Kid was so excited to have her friends come over, and yet she was very caught up with the concept of “fairness”…she wanted to make sure that... [...]

‘How to Beat Procrastination’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “How to Beat Procrastination”. Craig Ballantyne says, “It was a question we’ve been receiving almost every day since our Facebook Question-and-Answer sessions debuted. “What is the best way to deal with the issues of perfectionism and procrastination?”, asked Wendy J. Minutes later, Lukas F. posted, “I’m looking for perfection with the stuff that I do, and that paralyzes the starting process. Any advice to get over the fact that starting... [...]

‘The Lost Art of Conversation’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “The Lost Art of Conversation”. Alex Green says, “My daughter Hannah has reached the age, 13, where being popular at school is only slightly less important than breathing. The problem is, like most of us at her age, she is more than a little shy, self-conscious and socially awkward. Despite being an A student, for instance, virtually everything she encounters is “cool” or “awesome” and little more. Her reluctance to express herself better... [...]

‘How to Be Creative’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “How to Be Creative”. Craig Ballantyne says, “I’m a lucky man. Creativity comes relatively easy to me. Unfortunately, a lot of folks struggle with idea generation. So let’s take a look at the techniques I use to create content. If we dig deep inside my brain, there will be a few things you might take away (just don’t take my medulla oblongata – I need that for breathing). Apply these habits to maximize your daily output and minimize your daily... [...]

‘How to Find Your True Calling’ – ‘The New Early To Rise’ Newsletter

The latest issue of ‘The New Early to Rise’ newsletter has been released. The featured article is titled “How to Find Your True Calling”. Brian Tracy says, “Your success in life will be largely determined by your ability to find your true calling, the right work for you to do, and then putting your whole heart into doing it very well. The happiest people are those who have carefully thought through who they are, what they want, where they are going, and then decided exactly what they need to do to get to their goal. Asking yourself five targeted questions can help... [...]