Sometimes as we are working our way through life and work, we lose sight of everything around us. The analytics and experience of the people at TTI Success Insights tend to say just the right things, even if it seems common sense. It’s what should be common that is often lost in the mud and sweat of life.
To caffeinate, or not caffeinate? That is the question when we face when getting out of bed in the morning. We’re all drinking an increasing number of cups of coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, and with how many espresso shots every day? Or we go on the opposite bender adding green tea to our banana-kale-spinach-beet-pineapple-mango smoothie?
This decent article from LinkedIn talks about potential links between caffeine and success.
My wife sent me this link, and I think it’s really well said. Bold emphasis is mine.
The primary goal of self-defense is to avoid becoming the victim of violence…
…This is the core principle of self-defense: Do whatever you can to avoid a physical confrontation, but the moment avoidance fails, attack explosively for the purposes of escape—not to mete out justice, or to teach a bully a lesson, or to apprehend a criminal. Your goal is to get away with minimum trauma (to you), while harming your attacker in any way that seems necessary to ensure your escape.