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This is a follow up to my post: “Are You The Best Version Of Yourself?“. Specifically, that article used a geeky metaphor, comparing our own being with a computer. In order to be sure you run the best version of yourself, a certain number of maintenance tasks have to be performed, such as “updating your … Read more How To Defrag Your Mind In 5 Easy Steps
Like it or not, the internet loves lists. I suspect it’s because that’s a more formalized way to organize content. Easy to skim, easy to remember. But among those lists, the big ones, those after 50, or 77, or 100 items, are the most popular. So far I wrote 4 “100 ways to” kind of … Read more How To Write List Posts – 100 Tips
This is a guest post from Colin Wright from ExileLifestyle.com (you can find him on Twitter under @colinismyname). Hungry I’m eyeballing the corkscrew at the other end of the counter. It could work. It HAS to work. Otherwise I’ll never be able to eat this damn pasta. I’m standing in the kitchen, exhausted after 15 … Read more Pulltabs, MacGyver and the Road to Self-Improvement
Every once in a while I stumble upon some interesting online project. Being for so long in this market as an entrepreneur certainly makes it easier. One of the most interesting projects I saw in the last few months is called AdCaptcher. And, if you’re a regular commenter on this blog you may already used … Read more Brand Your Captcha – Introducing AdCaptcher
As a converted geek I’m always keen on keeping my digital tools updated. You know the drill: backups and upgrades, cleaning up unneeded files and keep it slim. I’m almost always up to date and thoroughly enjoy it. Oh, the secret bliss of running the latest version of my operating system! The subtle satisfaction of … Read more Are You The Best Version Of Yourself?
This is a guest post from Zoli Cerei from SimplyWillDo.com. The recession or, speaking a bit more generally, a lack of money shouldn’t cut down on your social life. We have to be aware of the correlation between our financial and social status, and have to learn to separate these. This coin has two sides: … Read more Don’t Spend Your Money Buying Friends
Mastering the art of saying “No” is compulsory in many cases. We do have to learn how to say it without offending the other person and still getting what we want. Appropriately saying “No” can really save our butt from a tricky situation and that’s why mastering our “No”‘s is so important. And still, the … Read more 14 Ways To Say Yes