33 Ways To Care

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Caring for somebody is the ultimate form of freedom. Because every time you genuinely care for somebody else, you’re setting yourself free. Free from judging, free to accept the other one just for who she/he is, free to express your love without asking something in return. Caring is unfortunately becoming more and more scarce in … Read more 33 Ways To Care

Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity

More than a year ago, I was traveling to Thailand. It was my first trip to South-East Asia. I clearly remember the colors, the smells, the images and the overall excitement mixed with curiosity. I had an incredible time during that trip. I don’t know if it was the visual shock or the cultural difference, … Read more Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity

iAdd For iPhone / iPad Now Syncs With Dropbox

It has been a very exciting time for me in the last few weeks. Not only I finished another ebook, one that is very close to me, called “Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity” but I also finished a brand new version of iAdd, my iPhone / iPad implementation for the ADD framework. As … Read more iAdd For iPhone / iPad Now Syncs With Dropbox

The Death Of The Deadline As We Know It

I was a big fan of deadlines. Chasing them. Crossing them off of my todo list. Striving to meet them. Spending countless hours just to prepare myself for this date with my deadline. Oh, the feeling of pride when I was there in time to make it. The inner power and fulfillment… Yes, that was … Read more The Death Of The Deadline As We Know It

Ebook – How To Build Reputation With Your Blog

As promised, here is the ebook based on my last series “How To Build Reputation With Your Blog“. I enjoyed writing the posts in this series and I thought putting them all together would be a nice thing to do. Not to mention the fact that some of you specifically asked to hurry up with … Read more Ebook – How To Build Reputation With Your Blog

5 Things Inception Taught Me About Self-Improvement (And No, I’m Not Dreaming)

I’m not a movie hyper. I don’t rush to the movie theater at the first trailer, shaking my head in an uncontrollable enthusiastic crisis. On the contrary. I saw Titanic 3 years after it was launched. Matrix, 2 years after (please forgive me for that, I still took the redpill). Even Fight Club came to … Read more 5 Things Inception Taught Me About Self-Improvement (And No, I’m Not Dreaming)