Stop Looking at Role Models to Do the Dirty Work for You

This is a guest post by Hulbert Lee, @hulbertlee. Role models are great to give us inspiration or motivation. You may have some role models of your own right now. I know I have some of my own, and it still amazes me to this day the certain work ethics of famous people. It leaves … Read more Stop Looking at Role Models to Do the Dirty Work for You

7 Things I Learned From My 4 Year Old Girl

Today is Bianca’s 4th birthday. All my love is with her and it will always be. Following a tradition started 4 years ago, on her first anniversary, I’ll post the 7 lessons I learned from her in the last year. 1. Show Off Your Personality Every time we go out she surprises us by starting … Read more 7 Things I Learned From My 4 Year Old Girl

How To Keep Your Mind Virus Free

Viruses are wonderful living creatures. I know you wouldn’t expected this as a starting sentence, but this the bare truth: in terms of biological life, viruses are one of the most fascinating and powerful living beings. Unfortunately, we, humans, seem to have a rather hard time with them. Why? Because we’re on a constant battle … Read more How To Keep Your Mind Virus Free

About Limitation – My First Podcast

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

7 Personal Development Lessons – Kung Fu Panda Style

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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

27 Ways You Can Develop Bounce Back Muscles In Difficult Times

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