Minimum Survival Kit

minimum survival kit

I was a soldier in the Romanian army. For 6 months, I woke up at 5 AM each morning (except during the 6 nights of Romanian Revolution, when I didn’t sleep at all), I exercised and learned stuff that, fortunately, I didn’t have to apply later on. Except for one thing, that proved to be … Read more Minimum Survival Kit

How To Live A Scriptless Life

I bet you clicked on the link for this blog post only to find out what “scriptless” means, right? Scriptless? I think you know “merciless”, “brainless” or even “topless”, but “scriptless”?, what’s the thing with this word, after all? Well, I like to think I invented it (didn’t find it in a dictionary anyway). And … Read more How To Live A Scriptless Life

The “Ants” Situation

The other morning, just before we had breakfast, Bianca came to me shouting: “Dad, dad, come, you have to see this!” She doesn’t do this every time, so I rushed to see what was that all about. It might have been something really interesting. As I stumbled into the living room, I saw her on … Read more The “Ants” Situation

Alter Your Jacket – The Program

Today is a big day for my friend Steven Aitchison. He’s launching his long awaited self improvement program called “Alter Your Jacket”. But before diving too much into the program details, let me rewind a bit and tell you more about this guy, Steven. I first met him more than a year ago, when I … Read more Alter Your Jacket – The Program

Self Imposed Limits and How To Overcome Them

This is a guest post by Srinivas Rao, @skooloflife. Everything that you know how to do today and you do effortlessly is something that you once didn’t know how to do. You weren’t born knowing how to walk, talk, or speak. You learned all of those things and the notion of limitations probably never existed … Read more Self Imposed Limits and How To Overcome Them

7 Magical Ways to Use Curiosity as a Personal Development Tool

This is a guest post by Makenzie Kelly, @makenziekelly. “Judge a man by his questions rather than answers”, Voltaire Some say curiosity killed the cat.  I say what doesn’t kill the cat, makes it stronger! Curiosity has been classified as a nice-to-have attribute of a person; it definitely hasn’t been a reinforced attribute by our … Read more 7 Magical Ways to Use Curiosity as a Personal Development Tool

5 Tips For Incorporating Exercise Into Your Life

This is a guest post by Greg Blencoe, @gregblencoe In his recent post “How To Invest In Yourself (And Why)“, Dragos discussed the importance of exercising regularly.  I couldn’t agree more. I have been exercising in some form or another since I was five or six years old.  I played on countless sports teams growing … Read more 5 Tips For Incorporating Exercise Into Your Life