Brainteaser of the day: You see a house with two doors. One door leads to certain death, and the other door leads to freedom. There are two guards, one in front of each door. One guard always tells the truth, and the other guard always lies. You don’t know which guard is which or which door leads to freedom. You can ask one guard one question. What question should you ask to find the door to freedom?
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👏 To Motivation
You got this! If you’re struggling to stay motivated, check out these tips >
🎮 To Video Games
Happy National Video Game Day! Bust out your Wii, Xbox, & PlayStation, or check out this site for free games >
🧺 To a Picnic
Sit outside for some fresh air, relaxation and good company. While you’re at it, give these fun finger foods a try >
⏳ To (Future) Retirement
It’s never too early to plan for your retirement. Find tips and see if you’re on track to retirement here >
👗 To New Wardrobe
It’s never too late to spice up your style. Try these 7 ways to switch it up >
TOGETHER WITH BONUSLY
How to Foster Adoption for Your New Tech Tools
Introducing new technology in your organization isn’t always easy.
There are many considerations, from finding the right tool for your needs (i.e., communication, marketing, or engagement), to gaining leadership buy-in, and launching it.
To make sure you get the most from the time and energy you invest in rolling a new technology out, we put together a list of tried and tested tips that are sure to make a positive impact.
FROM EMILY TAMFO
Why Do We Always Have to Learn Something From Failure?
So, you f*cked up at work. Like, really bad.
Maybe you tanked an important job interview, or accidentally sent a NSFW email that was meant for your work BFF to the whole company. Maybe your business failed, or you got fired.
Whatever the failure is, our first instinct is to crawl into a hole of self pity and only return to the real world after we’ve beaten ourselves up enough times. Not only does this method make you feel even shittier, it doesn’t prevent you from making the same failure again in the future.
There has to be a better way to cope, right?
TOGETHER WITH SUNSAMA
Meet Your New Productivity Assistant
Productivity isn’t hard if you have the right system in place. “Atomic habits”, in other words.
Sunsama is the system that helps you build the habits you need to live an ambitious and productive, yet balanced life.
Their unique “daily planning ritual” helps you be intentional about your workday so you work less but get more done. 7000+ professionals call it “the last productivity app you will ever need.”
It’s a risk-free trial as they don’t take your card upfront. In less than 2 weeks, you will stop playing catch up with tasks and start living a balanced life where work doesn’t consume you.
A QUOTE TO LIVE BY
From Albert Schweitzer
“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”
Show to binge 📺 :
Song to bump 🎵:
Self Destruction Mode by The Chainsmokers and bludnymph
Something Was Wrong
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PETS OF THE WEEK
Everyone welcome, Zelda! This German Shepherd is a ball of energy and entertainment.
Her sassy attitude only adds to her charm, making her a unique character in the household. Whether she’s chasing her tennis ball (and only THAT tennis ball) or demanding belly rubs, Zelda always keeps things interesting.
She’s also afraid of basically everything, from baby gates to bubbles. It’s impossible not to love this funny and cute pup with a personality all her own.