I'm not dead, yet….
In Silicon Valley you are considered old at 35. I am working on a piece about second careers and job hunting for the "older" executive. I would welcome you thoughts, tips and advice.
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It’s time to cut out the habits that have been holding you back, change the tune, clean the house, and get rid of the dust and dirt. Stop denying yourself a fair chance at a good life. Stop being who you were, and become who you truly are.
When you stop doing the wrong things, the right things start happening. Take the following habits and flip the switch:
New challenges and activities can strengthen your brain. Here are some easy tips to help you get a little smarter every day.
Thinking of your brain as a muscle is actually a great analogy, even if it’s not technically accurate. If you don’t exercise a muscle, it weakens; it atrophies. If you exercise that muscle in exactly the same way over and over, day in and day out, the muscle won’t atrophy, but it won’t grow or develop. If you consistently use that muscle in new ways, though—if you stretch it, push it and challenge it, you’ll grow that muscle and make it stronger. That’s exactly the way the brain works. Challenge your brain in new ways as often as possible, and you’ll be stronger and smarter than you were the day before.
Which of these two statements best describes your attitude when faced with trying or challenging circumstances? #lifeskills
1. “That’s just the way things are and there is nothing I can do about it”
2. “I’m not going to let anything except personal choice dictate my life.”
Have you ever wondered why some people seem so empowered and in control of their lives while others are convinced that they are hopelessly trapped? How is it that some individuals have the internal resources to rise above seemingly unbelievable adversity and go on to accomplish remarkable things against all odds?
Trust in your ability to be remarkable!