Weekly Review – 2020-05-24

Weekly Review - 2020-05-24

Here are some of the things from the past week that I’ve come across and felt were worth sharing. As always, feel free to leave a comment on the blog or on social media if you’d like to add to the discussion. And if you like what’s in here, please use one or more of those buttons at the bottom of the post to share with friends.

 

 

What I’ve learned:
  • I’m still reading  Pushing the Envelope: All The Way To The TopWeekly Review - 2020-05-24  by Harvey Mackay. There is so much great advice in all of Harvey’s books. One of the things that jumped out at me recently was his advice about taking chances and stepping up. He shares an example of a time he was asked to fill in for another speaker who had a last minute conflict. That other speaker was Al Gore who was Vice President at the time.Harvey shared that he was initially intimidated to take the speaking gig. But ultimately, he was glad he did as it forced him to stretch himself.
  • I found the below infographic about mental toughness. There’s definitely a lot of truth in it.
    • Weekly Review - 2020-05-24

 

 

What I’ve written:

 

Cool / Interesting / Retro Stuff:
  • Below is one of my favorite clips of Mr. Bean. He’s in church and trying to sneak a piece of candy. It’s hilarious.
  • I came across the below film years ago that speculated what it would be like if a dragon skeleton was discovered. I’m not sure what prompted me to think about it, but I ended up searching for it and found it. I had only watched a few minutes before so I decided to what the whole thing. It was actually pretty fascinating.

 

Quote(s) of the week:

Weekly Review - 2020-05-24

Joke of the week:

I was struggling to get my wife’s attention.

 

So I sat down on the couch and looked comfortable, that did the trick.

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