Category Archives: Personal development

How to work with difficult people

Co-worker tensions account for about 80 percent of workplace difficulties, but fortunately there are many simple tactics to make life at the office easier. How Talking to Yourself Can Help You Be More Successful Psychologists have found that a threat to a person’s self-esteem can quite literally feel like a threat to survival, so it’s… Read More »

Starting point of your personal development

If you want to start your personal development, but you consider that most podcasts on these topic are too unrealistic, start with the following: How to stay focused   How to relax and wind down at end of the day   Simple Time Management Rules   How To Deal With Stress   Why Achievers Crash… Read More »

DUMB goals

Too many people have lost all grand ambitions for change and greatness by heeding the advice of the “realists” and the standard bearers of the status quo, who tell us to set ‘smart’ goals. But smart goals almost always end up being small goals, utterly predictable and absurdly measured small plans for small people who… Read More »

5 Rules of Life

1. Have vision for your life. Have a vision for who you want to become, the kind of person you want to become. What are the qualities of the type of person you want to feel and be like in your life? Also, vision for what is your dream? What’s your goal? What’s your desire?… Read More »

4 Steps to Avoiding Overwhelm

4 big ideas for you on how to avoid being overwhelmed: Start your day organized. Randomness is the mother of overwhelm. Don’t just wake up and plunge into the inbox, which starts your day in reaction versus strategy. Wake, and before responding to anyone, plan the day ahead. Know what you will focus on and you’ll… Read More »

Why Achievers Crash and Burn

Nice post from Brendon Burchard The Need to Help Everyone. The more you succeed, the more everyone wants your help. It’s because you’re so good at so many things. This is a beautiful blessing, and it’s wonderful to help people — until you overcommit yourself. It’s time to define the few critical people in your personal… Read More »

How a Password Changed My Life

“How could she do something like this to me?” said a voice in my head. All the time. Every day. Back in 2011, when everything had gradients, iOS icons made sense, and people used deodorants, I was stuck in middle of a pretty bad depression due to my divorce. Thankfully, I think I was smart… Read More »

5 habits for 30% boost in productivity

So before the week gets crazy, resolve to do these 5 things and you’ll be 30% more productive (and energized) this week: 1. Sleep 50 minutes more. Unless you usually sleep 8 hours per night, bump your regular sleep routine up by 50 minutes. This means go to bed 50 minutes earlier. That extra sleep… Read More »

How To Avoid Burnout

We all have ambitions to chase new opportunities, to change our lives, to succeed, to make a difference in the world. But what if all that comes at the cost of our own well-being? What’s the point of feeling progress or contribution if we feel wasted and unhappy? That’s why you need to take better care… Read More »