15 Habits of the Mega Rich – Hilarious video by Foil Arms and Hog

This video is just hilarious and perfectly sums up the problem we face trying to apply to our daily lives all Self Improvement Books pieces of advice. Enjoy! Continue reading “15 Habits of the Mega Rich – Hilarious video by Foil Arms and Hog”

From Here and There on How to Improve Your Blog Writing

The 27th of December 2016 (I remember because I was embarking on the plane that would lead me to Chennai) I decided that I had to create my own blog. The idea of the 52 Weeks Challenge came out of the blue but, from that moment on, it felt urgent to start as soon as possible. There was so much I wanted to share and I needed to do it “now”. Continue reading “From Here and There on How to Improve Your Blog Writing”

Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist

Today Blinkist tested and summarized the 7 Top Productivity Methods So You Don’t Have To: Personal Kanban, Eat that Frog, The Pomodoro Technique, the Checklist Manifesto, Singletasking, Getting Things Done, Organize Tomorrow Today! To each its favorite method! Continue reading “Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist”

“Plans are useless, but planning is everything”

Regular productivity books focus on doing more, Personal Kanban is a productivity method that wants you to focus on doing BETTER. Despite our best intentions, life has a way of becoming complicated. People, tasks, responsibilities, deadlines, and even recreation all compete for our attention. The human brain however, simply does not respond well to the stress of juggling multiple priorities. That’s where Personal Kanban can help us visualize the amount of work we have, and how it progresses each day.

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“Exercise as a Treatment for Depression” by Michael Greger M.D. FACLM

“We’ve known for decades that even a single bout of exercise can elevate our mood, but could it be enough to be used as a treatment for major depression?

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