Good or bad, ever wonder what you have in common with some of the worlds smartest people?
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Here’s a quick video I took at Portland Head Light on a recent trip home to Maine. Portland Head Light is the most photographed lighthouse in the world. If you haven’t been to Maine, you should add it to your bucket list. It’s a beautiful place!
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A few words from Terry the bootmaker regarding the classic Maine boot.
Highly successful people understand how important it is to get off to a good start in the morning. While their habits vary, here are a few common examples that can help you jumpstart your day.
They Wake Up Early
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, Virgin founder and CEO Richard Branson, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and even Ben Franklin all have one thing in common…. they wake up early. And it’s typically before 5:30am while their competitors are sleeping.
They Eat A Healthy Breakfast
Whether they do it at home, on the way to work or at the office, most successful people make having a healthy breakfast a priority. Some executives, such as Hain Celestial CEO Irwin Simon, even make it a point to hold breakfast meetings. The idea is to manage your glycemic level and have complex carbohydrates that break down slowly and release energy throughout the day.
They Work Out
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey goes for a jog, while Apple CEO Tim Cook gets to the gym around 5am. That’s because studies show that physical fitness releases endorphins that help reduce stress and maximize energy. Successful people understand the importance of a healthy work/life balance and need a body that is free of stress and disease to operate at a high level.
They Plan Their Day
Most successful people start their day by planning and reviewing the 3 to 5 most important tasks for the day that need to be completed and prioritize them. They set goals and have a clear vision of what they want to accomplish.
Successful people want to outlearn everyone around them. They start their day by reading the newspaper, listening to an audiobook in the car on the way to work or read business publications such as The Harvard Business Review or Forbes Magazine. They are constantly looking for fresh ideas that they can bring to their business.
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If you are an animal lover, fostering a dog or cat is one of the many ways you can help the overcrowded animal shelters and rescues in your area. Here are a few things to consider when fostering an animal.
Visit The Shelter Or Rescue Near You
You can use sites like www.petfinder.com if you have a favorite breed in mind. Depending on your geographic region, you can find organizations that focus on specific breeds, puppy fostering and adoption, senior and special needs dogs. When you find one that interests you, contact them for an application and review it carefully to better understand who is responsible for the food, crate and vet bills. Some organizations have more resources than others.
If You Already Have A Pet
If you have a pet now, you want to make sure your foster is going to be compatible with your cat or dog. Ask the shelter or rescue if the foster is good with other animals. If you have a small dog or cat, you want to take into consideration how a larger breed will get along with your pet. If your pet is a senior, you don’t want to create a stressful environment for them.
Knowing Your Limits
Before you consider fostering an animal you should check to see if your homeowners insurance policy or apartment complex has any breed restrictions. You also want to be conscious of the space in your home. If you are considering an active dog or bigger breed, you will want to make sure you have the space to support them and you also have to be willing to be active enough to take your pet outside for walks regularly, maybe 2-3 times per day.
These are just a few things to consider when fostering a pet. You can find more useful information like this at http://www.Dogster.com. Good luck and happy fostering!