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- Organize Your Life
Are You Searching For a Better Way To Organize Your Life? Is your life disorganized? Do you feel overwhelmed by what needs to get done? Do you struggle to get through your daily tasks? Is your workload stressing you out? Do you wish there were just more hours in the day? Is your work/life balance [...]
- Procrastination Is Good For You
In his book 'Wait, The Useful Art of Procrastination' Frank Partnoy looks at the psychology of waiting and procrastination, and particularly how it affects decision making.
- Change Your Life Not Your Wife
Many equate success with hard work and long hours. Unfortunately there often is a price to pay for this.
- 5 Apps to Help Your Daily Life
To live a balanced and happy life is attainable but comes with difficulties and takes a lot of patience and knowledge. Angry Birds may be the only app you use on a regular basis but consider downloading these apps to aid a manageable and productive life.
- The Willpower Instinct
If you are aware of your habits then you can easily predict what you will do in any situation. Sometimes your habits are good, you help your neighbours out with their gaden project. Sometimes your habits are not that good: You are overweight and want to be thinner but find yourself eating doughnuts every day [...]
- How Mistakes Can Make You Smarter
How Mistakes Can Make You Smarter There are 2 typical responses to mistakes: paying attention & shutting down. A guest post by Kelly McGonigal, PhD OK, nobody wants to make mistakes — but how you react to them makes a big difference in whether you learn from them. Two new studies looked at what [...]
- How To Beat The Recession
If you too are feeling the money pinch, what can you do about it? One answer is to earn some more money. Wouldn't it be nice if a you could see a few hundred extra dollars going into your account each month.
- Review of Creatively Ever After
The book' Creatively Ever After' is a fascinating journey through the Creative Problem Solving process. Alicia could have written a dull text book on CPS, but using the vehicle of Nursery Rhymes means that the book is both highly readable and entertaining. When I finished the book I felt that I understood the CPS process.
- Creatively Ever After
It wasn?t until I studied at the International Center for Studies in Creativity that I realized my ?affliction? had a name. It was called creativity. And, creativity wasn?t an affliction after all.
- Life Manager Pro and Getting Things Done
If, like me, you lead a busy life ,then you are faced with a large list of things that need to be done. It is very easy to feel overwhelmed by the length of this list. Some time ago I came acros the work of David Allen. His Getting Things Done way of organizing appealed [...]
- New Retirement Article
A guest article written by Julia Valentine has been added to the article section. You can read it it here. For some retirement can be a negative experience. If a large part of your identity is defined by your job or business, then retirement is seen as a loss of this identity. The article 9 Retirement [...]
- Do You Know How Your Brain Works?
Based on the way the mind and brain works, Takumi Yamazaki has created 13 exercises to shift and improve your life
- Review Of I Want What She?s Got
If you are a Christian, and particularly if you are an older woman, then then you will probably connect with this book. It?s philosophy could be summed up by the quote: ?God helps those who help themselves.? According to Bette the outrageous life is a joint effort between you and God.
- The 1% Solution Book Review
Tom Connellan has taken the idea of improving performance by just 1% and applied it to all areas of life. The result is his book ?1% Solution For Work and Life?.
- The Power of Visual Thinking
A lot of the time I think in words, what I call my internal dialogue. I see someone, or read something in the newspaper and immediately start a conversation in my head, passing comments and judgements on what I've seen or heard.
At other times my thinking is more visual.