10 COMMANDMENTS FOR REDUCING STRESS IN YOUR LIFE 1. Thou Shalt Not Be Perfect, Or Even Try To Be 2. Thou Shalt Not Try To Be All Things To All People. 3. Thou Shalt Sometimes Leave Things Undone That Ought To Be Done. 4. Thou Shalt Not Spread Thyself Too Thinly. 5. Thou Shalt Learn To Say No. 6. Thou Shalt Schedule Time For Thyself And Thy Supportive Network. 7. Thou Shalt Switch Off And Do Nothing Regularly. 8. Thou Shalt Be Boring, Untidy, Inelegant, and Unattractive At Times. 9. Thou Shalt Not Even Feel Guilty. 10. Especially, Thou Shalt... Read more »
Lots of companies don’t succeed over time. What do they fundamentally do wrong? They usually miss the future. I try to focus on that: What is the future really going to be? And how do we create it? And how do we power our organization to really focus on that and really drive it at a high rate? When I was working on Android, I felt guilty. It wasn’t what we were working on, it was a start-up, and I felt guilty. That was stupid! It was the future.
Perhaps we have been guilty of speaking against someone and have not realized how it may have hurt them. Then when someone speaks against us, we suddenly realize how deeply such words hurt, and we become sensitive to what we have done.
Nothing makes God more supreme and more central in worship than when a people are utterly persuaded that nothing - not money or prestige or leisure or family or job or health or sports or toys or friends - nothing is going to bring satisfaction to their sinful, guilty, aching hearts besides God.
It is with pleasure I receive reproof, when reproof is due, because no person can be readier to accuse me, than I am to acknowledge an error, when I am guilty of one; nor more desirous of atoning for a crime, when I am sensible of having committed it.
I know that I have been denounced as a traitor and I resent the accusation, as I conceive myself to have been guilty of no underhand or deceitful act against Britain, although I am also able to understand the resentment that my broadcasts have, in many quarters, aroused.