Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of “Mindful Monday.” Join 10’s of thousands of your fellow learning leaders and receive a carefully curated email from me each Monday morning to help you start your week off right…
Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com
Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12
Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine. He is also the editor and publisher of the Cool Tools website, which gets half a million unique visitors per month. He co-founded Wired in 1993 and served as its Executive Editor from its inception until 1999. During Kevin’s tenure, Wired won the National Magazine Award for General Excellence (the industry’s equivalent of two Oscars). He is the best-selling author of many books including New Rules for the New Economy, The Inevitable, and his latest is called Excellent Advice For Living – Wisdom I wish I’d Known Earlier.
- You lead by letting others know what you expect of them, which may exceed what they themselves expect. Provide them a reputation to live up to.
- Habit is far more dependable than inspiration. Don’t focus on getting into shape. Focus on becoming the kind of person who never misses a workout.
- “Every great and difficult thing has required a strong sense of optimism,”
- Prototype your life. Try stuff instead of making grand plans.
- The best way to learn anything is to try to teach what you know.
- Don’t create things to make money; make money so you can create things. The reward for good work is more work.
- The more you are interested in others, the more interesting they’ll find you. To be interesting, be interested.
- Promptness is a sign of respect.
- The consistency of your endeavors (exercise, companionship, work) is more important than the quantity. Nothing beats small things done every day, which is way more important than what you do occasionally.