Book clubs have been experiencing a resurgence of late. Some estimates suggest over 5 million Americans are a part of one. And in a modern age where people are looking for ways to connect offline, it’s a great way to both disconnect from a phone and make real-world connections.
But for younger Americans with friends scattered in many different cities, creating or finding an in-person book club can be tough. Fortunately, book clubs can work quite well with everyone being remote, and WeAchieve is a great way for everyone to get involved and hold each other to their reading goals!
Recently, acclaimed management expert Jim Collins appeared on Tim Ferriss’s podcast. Jim’s the author of Good to Great and several other books that focus on the study of how companies grow and ultimately what factors lead to them succeeding or failing.
Not surprisingly, Jim is a bit of a “tracker.” He described how he tracked his sleep data for the better part of 10 years as a way to learn how to get the rest he needed. As he admits, that might not be for everyone. But one thing that he does recommend is a daily three-part tracking routine that is easy for anyone to utilize.
For English Speakers, learning a new language is a great way to push your horizons and make that next vacation even more exciting. But you’ve got to start early! Here’s how.
Many people start out the year with a resolution to learn a new language, or pick up where they left off in High School. That’s great, but as with most New Year resolutions, about 80% will have given up by the time February 1st hits the calendar.