In case you missed it, here are three things you should know this week...
1.) Hibernation to Domination: Is working less the key to performance?
- Kawhi Leonard, of the NBA's Toronto Raptors, basically spent the winter in hibernation waiting for spring. He didn’t play on consecutive days. He missed showcase games. Still, he is one of the best players in the game—maybe the best—and yet there were nearly 100 players who played more than he did.
- He wasn’t hurt or resting or nursing the quad injury that cost him most of last season. The better way to think about it is that Kawhi Leonard was charging.
- But here comes the wildest part of that plan: It actually worked. The plan worked so well that it might be time to wonder: Isn’t this what every team should be doing?
- Are you or your employees working too hard? It may be time to take a step back and charge to ultimately achieve great results and efficient performance.
- To read the full article, visit The Wall Street Journal.
2.) Starting Your Career at Any Age
- Our obsession with early achievement shortchanges people of all ages. Research shows that our brains keep developing deep into adulthood and so do our capabilities.
- It's critical to remember that we can bloom and re-bloom throughout our careers..
- Read the full article on beginning a brilliant career at any age on the The Wall Street Journal.
3.) David Ragland Discusses Market on Varney & Co.
- David Ragland discusses the current market, on April 23, 2019, and big tech companies as earnings season ramps up with Stuart Varney on Varney & Co. for Fox Business Network (FBN).