This video describes the 100-second mental toughness workout by executive coach and author Jason Selk.

Jason Selk is the author of bestselling book “Executive Toughness”.

In this video he describes the 100-second workout that consists of 5 steps.

These steps include centering breath (diaphragmatic breathing), identity statement and visualization. Practised regularly, it is a strong and highly effective routine for high performance.

As Selk emphasizes at the beginning of the video, it is more about habit than availability of time as all it takes is one minute and forty seconds. Of course, some prior mindset preparation is helpful to craft the identity statement and visualization.

Beginner’s Guide to Planning Your Life

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Is life planning productive and useful? The skeptics would say that the essential nature of life is unpredictable and therefore planning is futile. Let’s look at why life planning is useful: 1. Planning provides a sense of control over the future Plan is nothing but planning is everything Planning provides a sense of predictability and […]

Best of 2014: 15 amazing iPhone apps that can change your life

HealthmateThis app tracks daily physical activity like walking, running, heart rate, calories and weight. It uses iPhone’s sensors to track the number of steps walked, heart rate – making it easy and effortless. Goals can be set and the progress is measured against the set goals. There is also an option of measuring progress with […]

10 unforgettable lessons I learnt from participating in codeathon

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I recently participated in a Codeathon event at SunGard. The event had high energy levels and a good buzz on Twitter. The idea is to come up with a concept, and then code and develop the proof of concept to completion in 48 hours. More than 300 developers participated in what turned out to be […]

Free personality test

Many conflicts arise because of multitude of personality types. Personality determines a number of important functions about how we perceive the world:

  • How we collect information
  • How we respond to situations
  • How we relate to others
  • How we solve problems

Knowing our own personality types and how we are similar to or different from others can give us greater insight and make us more tolerant, understanding and effective. This link has a free personality test and provides a profile on the lines of Myers Briggs Type Indicator.

20 Ways to save time for what is really important

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Are you getting the time to do what you know is really important? Of late, I have heard from a number of people how they want to do something but just don’t find the time. This is in important areas like: · Following a passion · Dedicated time for reading · Setting up a learning […]