How to Assess, Decide, Do with Pen, Paper and Magnets

Since I launched my ebook “Assess – Decide – Do: Natural Productivity” a little more than a month ago, many people have asked me if they need an iPhone or an iPad in order to implement the framework. While the fact that I wrote an app implementing the framework, called iAdd, is true, equally true … Read more How to Assess, Decide, Do with Pen, Paper and Magnets

Are You Copy Pasting Your Life?

Do you know what copy paste is? Of course you do, you must be reading this article on your computer right now (or laptop, or iPad or iPhone), hence you do have a moderate knowledge of how to use it. In fact, everybody knows what copy paste is nowadays. And everybody uses it big time. … Read more Are You Copy Pasting Your Life?

Why Becoming An Early Riser Will Change Your Life

When I was a soldier I didn’t sleep for 5 nights and 6 days in a row. That was one of the most traumatic and, at the same time, transforming experiences I ever had. I’m not going to talk about the specific context of this event, you can go read a small recap of what … Read more Why Becoming An Early Riser Will Change Your Life

Tempered Steel

Ever witnessed how steel is tempered? I really doubt that, because this is usually happening at very high temperatures, under very specific conditions, in places where a regular guy can’t enter without special clearance. I had a chance, when I was younger, to witness such a process. Although it was a very intense experience at … Read more Tempered Steel

7 Life Lessons From A Self-Taught Programmer

I always had a thing with languages. For some reason, I always found it easy to learn them, and had a great time using them. Surprisingly enough, I followed a tech high-school, majoring with a diploma as a programmer in… FORTRAN. After that, I went to the University of Letters in Bucharest, where I studied … Read more 7 Life Lessons From A Self-Taught Programmer

The Horrors and Joys of Consistency

This is a guest post by Lyman Reed – @lymanreed. “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. “ — Emerson I’ve known that quote from Emerson’s Self-Reliance for as long as I can remember, but I don’t think that I really understood it until recently. … Read more The Horrors and Joys of Consistency