Standard: ‘You Gotta Care’ Links of the Week [Saturday 7]

1. You gotta care.
“Caring, it turns out, is a competitive advantage, and one that takes effort, not money.”
-Seth Godin | Link

2. Six tips to manage your work schedule.
“The reality is all of us have more work than we can possibly do. When you add to this the demands of regular exercise, family, church, civic duties, and some semblance of a social life, it becomes impossible.
-Michael Hyatt | Link

3. Start small.
“I’ve been thinking… could it be that the pursuit of the one big marriage-saving/improving idea, that we’re overlooking the many small actions that will make a difference?”
-Doug Fields | Link

4. Putting the church service in its place.
“The church is not the centerpiece of your walk with Jesus. That’s idolatry”
-Adam McLane | Link

5. The speed of your learning matters.
“Today, the challenge for leaders at every level is no longer just to out-hustle, out-muscle, and out-maneuver the competition. It is to out-think the competition in ways big and small, to develop a unique point of view about the future and help your organization get there before anyone else does. Which is why a defining challenge of leadership is whether you can answer a question that is as simple as it is powerful: Are you learning as fast as the world is changing?”
-Bill Taylor, Harvard Business Review Blog | Link

6. On conflict between mom and dad.
“About 10 years into our married life we learned that the number one thing a couple can do to keep increasing satisfaction in their marriage is to learn to handle conflict in productive ways.”
-Tim Boettger, What Families Do Blog | Link

7. Artwork for the future.
“What the future might hold has long been a topic of speculation for artists and creative types. Trying to imagine what the world around us might look like in twenty, fifty, hundred years, or even end of the world can provide hours of entertainment.”
-Hongkiat Blog |  Link

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