2To Be More Creative, Embrace the Art of Doing Nothing. “Much research and many spiritual and philosophical systems suggest that detaching from daily concerns and spending time in simple reflection and contemplation are essential to health, sanity, and personal growth.” In other words, slow down and smell the roses. We are human beings. Take time, in fact, schedule it, to just be.
3Emotional Hygiene Is The New Clean. “A great reason to take care of your Emotional Hygiene is that it helps you from becoming overwhelmed.” An article I recently wrote about the importance of getting negative emotions under control.
4Even if You Live in a City, You Can Get Health Benefits from Nature. “When we allow ourselves to become entranced by the sights, sounds, or smells of nature, our minds have a chance to rest and bounce back from this fatigue.” Several studies say it is hugely beneficial to take a ten-minute break from work to walk around outside.
5For Many Students, the Most Attractive Employers Aren’t Companies. “US students across a wide swath of academic disciplines ranked governmental organizations like NASA, the National Institute of Health, and the United Nations as the most attractive employers, ahead of corporate luminaries like Google, Apple, and Goldman Sachs.” Love that this is the mindset of the Millennials and Gen Z-ers. They are seeking fulfilling work over monetary rewards. I have long held that when you do what fills your heart, the money will follow, instead of following the money.
6New Goldman Sachs Fund Will Track Paul Tudor Jones’s Feel-Good Companies. Famous for shorting the stock market before Black Monday in 1987, Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones II is now behind a fund that will track socially responsible companies.