Rosa over at lifehack.org has a great post on how to Discover your 4-fold capacity.
Capacity. The word began to be one that struck some very resonant chords with me. As I discovered my passions in management and leadership, it didn’t take me too long to connect the abundance of human intrigue to capacity too. I wondered about the human capacity for worthwhile work: Could that be something we could ‘take inventory’ of?
Whats in your bag? Scott Hodge tells all…
So, in my effort to SIMPLIFY my daily work experience, I finally stepped out of my baggage comfort zone and purchased the Medium Loft Bag from the Austrailan bag designer, STM. I’ve owned it for about a month and so far have loved it!
The best part about the bag? It doesn’t hold very much – which is great because it forces me to carry only the essentials. And in all honesty, since I’ve had it, I have not once found myself needing anything that wasn’t in the bag! (Knock on wood…)
I’m going on vacation next week down to Anahiem California, so this next link is really good news…hopefully it works
Curt Pringle, the mayor of Anaheim, cut a thick blue cable with giant scissors in front of a quiet lunchtime crowd Thursday as this Los Angeles suburb joined the growing list of American cities that have launched a citywide wireless Internet network.
Holding the cable’s dangling ends were Garry Betty, president and CEO of EarthLink, which set up the network, and Ronald Sege, president and CEO of Tropos Networks, which provided the technology in the radio transmitters that have been mounted on light posts around the city.
The day was special for EarthLink as well, Betty said. "Today we are embarking on an aggressive new chapter for our company, and Wi-Fi is one of the cornerstones," he said.
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