It had to happen: ladies and gents, welcome to my first podcast ever. I admit I struggled with this idea for at least 6 months, but it finally happened. At the end of this post you’ll find my first 5 minutes of talking in an ad-hoc English to the whole blogosphere. But don’t be gentle. … Read more About Limitation – My First Podcast
Personal development can be really fun, if you want to. I mean, it’s ok to write ambitious goals, to develop self-discipline and to embark on 30 days challenges. But all this can become really boring at some point. Being better doesn’t have to be all serious, grave and solemn. Life is also made of fun, … Read more 7 Personal Development Lessons – Kung Fu Panda Style
This is a guest post by my friend Tess Marshall, @theboldlife. Loss, suffering and tragedy are painful, unavoidable experiences, and part of the human condition. We can’t prevent them, but we can approach life’s biggest challenges with openness and optimism. Prior to a personal tragedy, we may not know who we are, what we feel, … Read more 27 Ways You Can Develop Bounce Back Muscles In Difficult Times
This is a guest post by the very fine Chris Garret, @chrisgarrett. There are some very good examples of less being more, in design, productivity, and so on. When it comes to social media though, this is not necessarily the case. I keep hearing the following advice Schedule your tweets to go out automatically so … Read more Why Less is Not Always More With Social Media Productivity
I don’t get SEO. Really. It’s like advanced math to me. I mean, I know the concepts and how things are actually working, but every time I try to really put myself into it, I get that strange feeling of nausea. It just doesn’t work. And unless you’re working for Google or make a living … Read more Scribe SEO Plugin: Pull Your SEO Together!
Do you make mistakes? No? Really? Than thank you very much and enjoy your trip away from this blog as of… right now! This post is not for you. This post is about people who are making mistakes. Precisely, for people who are learning from their own mistakes. Yeah, I know what you think: I … Read more The Fine Art of Making Mistakes
This is a guest post by from my friend Bud Hennekes. What does your current social situation look like? Are you surrounded by people who bring the best out of you? Or are you held back by individuals who just drag you down? Do you have an abundance of connections? Or do you constantly feel … Read more 7 Ways To Drastically Improve Your Social Life
A few months ago, I started a series of workshops. One is about doing online business (which I call the “mentorship”) and the other one is about blogging. Both are pretty demanding in terms of focus, energy and time. Mentorship is 2 days in a row and blogging is split in 3 days, usually 3 … Read more 5 Things I Learned From Teaching Others