David Amerland · I know how my brain works and why I feel that way so I keep a journal where I detail my words-per-day progress when I write and my thoughts and ideas and I use it to give myself a pep-talk of sorts so that I can convince myself I can write. Dive in.
David Amerland · Dive into my Five Li'l Links deep dive and come out gasping for breath but feeling more alive than ever. I don't make idle promises. Subscribe to be kept informed. Stay safe and be happy hombres. And don't forget to subscribe! · · #intentional #sundaythoughts #sundayvibes
David Amerland · In a perfect world our bodies would burn what we eat to power the processes necessary to survive and they would replenish any fat supplies we need for a ‘rainy day’. In that perfect world we’d never overeat and our body would maintain a perfect weight throughout our life. Dive in ...
There is a good reason why so many individuals and businesses use social media to market themselves. Because it works. And it doesn’t require a huge amount of your budget, yet still has the ability to help to build your brand and find new business opportunities. · Social media he ...
Sunday's five-links deep dive starts here. Enjoy your weened fellow humans.
The five-links deep dive of this Sunday’s newsletter is bookended by two older but ever so current pieces that will challenge how you think about the world and social media. Subscribe to the newsletter so as not to miss on future issues, particularly as we go towards a metaverse ...
The people I associate with and who engage with me continue to shape some of my thinking. In this week's five-links-deep dive Bruce McTague is responsible for almost half of them. Thinkers who make us think should always hold a special place in our world, not least because they f ...
Today's #intentional updates include how to be an intentional citizen, the intentional pause project that's helping women reposition their careers, how to be an intentional leader, intentional works of art that challenge our mind & intentional peacemaking.
We all, in one way or another, are in pursuit of happiness. The fact that so many of us feel unhappy a lot of the time is a reflection of the fact that we don't really know exactly what it is we pursue or why. This is a far from definitive explanation of a really complex issue bu ...
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