If you want to accomplish anything in life, whether it’s acing a test, writing a book, or starting a business, skipping some tasks is crucial.
«You want to be flexible and adapt to what comes your way. And sometimes, the best way to make progress is to decide NOT to do something.»
These 22 books will expand your mind and change the way you live. Books are the easiest way to learn new things. Start with these books to change your life.
7 min read I’ve read hundreds of books in my life. But only a few dozen made a lasting impact on the way I live. And from the few dozen great books I’ve read, there are 7 that inspired me to be…
I love practical advice that you can immediately apply to your life. And Zen, a school of Mahayana Buddhism, is full of practical wisdom. When I tell my friends, colleagues, and people I work with …
How much clarity do you currently have in life? It's something that I ask myself all the time. In our distracted world, it's not easy to get clarity.
We only control our own actions and mindset. So if you want to be productive, the most important thing is consistency.
By adding more solitude and listening to our own thoughts, we can improve our thinking. And come up with authentic ideas and judgments.
«Becoming an independent thinker is one of the most important things you can do in life»
Welcome to Wise & Wealthy! This edition includes tips on being less efficient and more creative. And the best time to start investing.
I’m not really a fan of journaling prompts because it’s turned into a gimmick. Every journaling app or article about the topic uses them.
«Did you work out? if so, what did you do? if not, why not?»
Journaling is one of the best things I’ve done in life. In this article, I share my 29 best tips for starting with journaling.
How do you enjoy life when everything is more expensive? You don’t want to spend too much. But living without pleasure is also no good.
«When you look at history, you’ll notice that the platitude is right: History doesn’t repeat, it rhymes.»
We can execute several passive income ideas to get rich slowly over time. Compared to get-rich-quick schemes, these ideas are sustainable.
Welcome to this procrastination guide. You'll learn what procrastination is. In this guide, I also share tested and proven ways to beat it.
Procrastination is the destroyer of our dreams. Every time we don't do the things we should or want, we're putting off our lives. It's not innocent behavior. In this article, I'll show you how to beat procrastination so you can live the life you desire.
Always keep pushing yourself. Because your enemy, success, is right around the corner trying to seduce you into getting comfortable.
«After achieving something (no matter how big), you enter a big black hole of comfort if you don’t watch yourself.»
Skill stacking is a strategy that you can use to achieve career success. You can use it whether you want to build a business or have a dream job.
When you get more done in less time, you can focus on other things. You can spend the rest of the day relaxing and being creative.
«To get more done in less time doesn’t necessarily mean you have to work harder or wake up earlier.»
5 min read On the outside, it often looks like people don’t care about others. It appears that people are selfish. But if you take a closer look, you’ll see that everyone is affected by what other…
A study has shown we’d rather do something that could get us killed than do something new. Here how to overcome your fear of failure.
«You have to step into uncertainty. You don’t know what will happen when you start something new.»
We assume that more of everything makes us happy. The tragedy is that the desire for more doesn’t create happiness but destroys it.
«b, you identify your self-worth with that job. But as the Stoics knew, we hardly ever get what we want. That’s why it’s important to have mult»
When it comes to financial independence, people are quick to talk about six-figure incomes. But simply having more money won't get you there.
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