<div _ngcontent-c20 innerhtml="Photo courtesy of Jeff HadenAuthor Jeff HadenStaying motivated is one of the most common problems we encounter when trying to attain our goals. So how can we tap into our inner spark, and finish everything we start?Jeff Haden is a keynote speaker, LinkedIn influencer, and author. His new book is The Motivation Myth: How High Achievers Really Set Themselves Up to Win.I recently interviewed Haden for the LEADx Leadership Show, where we discussed his latest book, the myth of motivation, and the question we can ask to help attain it. (The interview below has been lightly edited for space and clarity.)Kevin Kruse: What's the big idea of your book?Jeff Haden: One thing that hit me is that out of all the successful people I talked to, none of them ever po...
The Easter holidays are edging closer and closer but we all still have to get through another week with new obstacles. Here are some motivational tweets to get you off to a positive start:1. Do not allow fear to creep in#MondayMotivatonDo not fear a thing cause fear is 👇F = FakeE = EvidenceA = Appearing asR = Reality— Dzaddy_mO® (@mO_Moremi) March 19, 20182. It’s the small steps that countToday, make a small step towards your goals:✅ Write a proposal/plan✅ Call, set up meetings✅ Volunteer/job shadow ✅ Find a mentor✅ Attend free seminars✅ Network with people✅ Research how to, where to✅ Take an online free course✅ Stop postponing#MondayMotivaton— 👑uNdlunkulu (@uNdlunkulu_Xoli) March 19, 20183. Live for today#MondayMotivaton even though I haven’t gone to bed yet 😂 pic.twitter.com/ijVDDqi
#widesky1 float: left; padding-right: 10px; Tennessee plans to use the heartbreaking finish to its surprisingly successful season as motivation for a deeper NCAA Tournament run next year.After being picked to finish 13th out of 14 teams in the Southeastern Conference , Tennessee won a share of the league's regular-season title and earned its first NCAA bid since 2014. Tennessee's season ended Saturday when Clayton Custer's jumper with 3.6 seconds remaining gave Loyola-Chicago a 63-62 second-round victory over the Volunteers."All we can do is build on it," Tennessee forward Admiral Schofield said. "We got here. We got a little bit of taste of what it's like to be here. And if we want to go further, we've got to work a little harder."Tennessee figures to return the nucleus of a team that...
ANAHEIM – With a goal and a fight already part of his night, Nick Ritchie only needed an assist to have the so-called Gordie Howe hat trick against the team that “Mr. Hockey” made his legendary nickname for.So did Corey Perry and Ryan Kesler. The assist never came for any of the three Ducks to complete the trick but there was no disappointment over it. Although, it’s not as if they didn’t want that.“I’m sure everyone did,” Ritchie said Friday after the Ducks’ 4-2 win over Detroit. “It would have been nice but we’ll take the win over that.”Ritchie had the first fight and that was the one that seemed to get the Ducks further engaged in another game they had to have in their nightly battle to hang close in the Western Conference playoff race.Red Wings defenseman Luke Witkowski delivered a
The Tesoro boys lacrosse team has the makings this season of a U.S. Lacrosse Orange County champion thanks to the 11 returning All-Sea View League players on its roster.But the Titans also are trying to overcome a history of struggles against the county’s perennial top contenders. They have lost in the second round of the playoffs each of their last five appearances, including a loss last season to eventual Orange County champion Foothill.Tesoro coach Brian Dunn has told his players to ignore the past and stay focused on what’s ahead of them.“Every year you have a different team,” Dunn said. “This year we have a lot of really strong players who know their roles and play hard for each other.”The Titans beat their crosstown rival and defending Trinity League champion Santa Margarita
<div _ngcontent-c20 innerhtml="ShutterstockWhy do many tenured professors lose motivation to do research, even though they showed exceptional passion in their younger days? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.Answer by Richard Muller, Professor of Physics at UC Berkeley, author of Now, The Physics of Time, on Quora:Research is about the toughest profession you can have. The real question is this: why do some professors continue doing research when they don’t have to?If you are doing truly great research, then you are undoubtedly getting little or no peer support. Most people think you are wasting your time. That’s the nature of outstanding research! If you are addressing quest
©INPHO/Bryan Keane - ©INPHO/Ryan ByrneLuke Connolly is facing into the biggest match of his gaelic football career but when he takes to the hallowed turf at Croke Park on St Patrick's Day there is no danger of him folding with the nerves.The 25-year-old Nemo Rangers corner forward will be hoping that he can continue his incredible run of club championship scoring form in the All-Ireland final against Connacht champions, and 2015 winners, Corofin.Connolly notched 2-5 in the semi-final against Slaughtneil after a 10-point haul in the Munster final against defending All-Ireland champions Dr Crokes and Luke will be hoping he can show a cool hand in the big one.“I’ll be perfectly honest, when it comes to sport, I don’t get nervous in a sense," Connolly told OffTheBall.com's Stephen Doyle. "I
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CLOSE Tennessee senior forward Jaime Nared reviews new locker room, team’s NCAA tournament chances Dan Fleser/News SentinelTennessee’s Jaime Nared practices on Thursday, March 15, 2018. (Photo: Saul Young/News Sentinel)The Division I Women's Basketball Committee considered Tennessee's resume and gave the Lady Vols a No. 3 seed Monday night for the NCAA tournament.Mechelle Voepel, who has covered the sport for decades for ESPN, weighed in on UT later that evening. As part of a bracket breakdown by four network experts, she singled out Tennessee as a team worse than its seed.UT assistant Dean Lockwood said the coaching staff is aware of Voepel's evaluation but hasn't mentioned it to the players - yet."We will bring that up," Lockwood said. "We haven't decided when.
Talking Points: •It's not about the break, it's about the follow through; and motivation often arises out of fundamental developments•Timing is crucial to successful trading, and technicals play a key role in shaping execution•We use the USD/JPY, USD/CAD, USD/CHF and EUR/USD to illustrate how the balance of timing and motivation can change opporunityHow are retail positioned as the Dollar seeks technical and fundamental cues for its next leg after months of congestion? See how traders are positioned on the Dollar-based pairs on the DailyFX sentiment page.Timing and Drive: Two Critical Components of Successful TradingWhile we should do a thorough analysis and have a bias for a particular outcome for a market when we intend to trade it, it is critical to appreciate that even the best setu