Lumpy’s Links for 2015.12.08
Yup, I am late again. Sorry, but the non-cyber world has me way too busy. It will slow down soon though.
Nonetheless, here they are:
- Ludicrous – Check out the latest adventure of Bud Weisser
- Useful – I was actually having a hard time with this one this week. Until I went to my To Do list. Check out Workflowy
- Music – I knew it was going to be the one the instant I saw it. The Libertarian version of Star Wars. Watch it after the break below.
- Photo – While this one is a bit dated, it is still worth a post. Check out this pulse from a black hole.
- Yours (Something tweeted to me or emailed)- I hit on this one in #blaster channel on the Geekshed IRC Network, the top animals of 2015.
- Science – This week my pick is a nifty Anaptar Calendar. This calendar lets you explore the solar system all 366 days of 2016.
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A Life Changing Book
I am an advocate of setting goals and achieving them. I am often asked if I have a “system”. The answer is yes. However, it is more a method than a system and I can not claim ownership of its origin. In this post, I am going to share just that. I am going to do so by giving you and overview of a book. The book is the method. I highly recommend that you buy a copy of Alan Lakein’s How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life (Signet). I suggest you read it, highlight it, do the exercises and refer to it often. You are likely curious as to why I feel this is such a great book. I shall satisfy your curiosity by outlining the book’s method. It is not my intent to reveal every detail of this book. I am simply giving you an overview so you can decide whether you should buy it or not. Frankly, I feel that if you wish to learn goal setting and planning then you should buy it. I am not alone on this thought, it is rated at 4.5 stars with 73 reviews at Amazon. Continue reading “Book Suggestion – How to Get Control of Your Time and Life”