This infographic promotes and creates a positive view of getting older. It charts some momentous achievements by people that happened later in life. It’s important for people to see how life can give opportunities even after a certain age.
Ever heard the expression, “New Year, new you?” Achieve your 2015 goals for real this time. This infographic from PumpUp gives insight to telling statistics about 2014’s New Year’s resolution success rate, and explains a 3-step solution to making better, even successful New Year’s resolutions and goals.
For example, a dismal 8% are reported to successfully achieve their New Year’s resolutions each year. This means a whopping 131 million Americans did not achieve their resolutions in 2014. Much of this can be attributed to the way willpower works within the brain. Make smarter decisions about your goals in 2015 with the advice contained in this infographic.
When it comes to the subject of leadership, advice is a dime a dozen. There is an endless sea of books, blog posts, and self-help speeches that purport to teach leaders how to make their teams succeed. Yet few pause to consider the most important question of all: What is a leader? In his landmark book, Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek answers this crucial and complex question.
This infographic provides proof and incentive for recovering addicts (as well as non-addicts) to add fitness into their lifestyle. Since Recovery Month (September) is all about banishing stigma, promoting positive lifestyles, and raising awareness, it’s an ideal visual to share.
It’s safe to say that all of us would like to maximize our productivity to help us keep up with the challenges of study and work. The issue of productivity has been extensively researched and CourseFinder is happy to bring it to you by means of this readable infographic. Want to be more productive? Take the cue from the best violinists in the world and organize your activity following the ultradian rhythm. The infographic also shows why multitasking isn’t really going to work if you’ve got many things to do and just one brain to do them all. Napping, however, is another story – the resource will show you how to nap and boost your cognitive capabilities, memory, alertness and reaction time. We all know that a healthy, fit body is key to improved productivity, but how can we exercise at work? Don’t worry, this infographic will help you to do that and reach your maximum potential and improve your brain performance. The compilation will also show you why music is important in enhancing productivity and why watching cute YouTube animals can help you to be more careful and attentive when completing your daily tasks. A complete guide to unleashing your potential is now within your reach.
Looking at ways you can help your brain and body to become more productive. We often look for outside factors to why we are lazy but it is often inside us that is causing the problems.
Inspiration comes in many forms: stories from peers or elders, images of great feats of accomplishment, emotional videos, and quotes from leaders of today and years past. My preferred source is quotations. I save Word documents full of my favorites, bookmark quote sites after scrolling through them for hours, print them out for my wall, and write them on my hand (literally).
Here are 15 quotes I’ve collected over the years that will motivate you at work. They’re quotes about leadership, people management, project planning, and, most importantly, success and failure. Bookmark it, share it with your friends and colleagues, and bring inspiration to everyone you know.
An infographic from InvestingTips360.com on words of wisdom from a billionaire!
To celebrate Fathers Day 2014 we’ve put together a list of who we think are the Top TV Dads. Some may not be the perfect gent or the perfect family man, never the less, they’ve kept us entertained. Match your Father to his TV personality and discover his perfect Fathers Day Gift.
A collection of inspirational quotes found in children’s books (great for adults too!).