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18 Quick, Surefire Ways To Stop Wasting Your Valuable Time On Meaningless B&*^shit (Part 1)

Everyone agrees that procrastination is bad. If you Google “how to fight procrastination off” or something similar you will get tens of millions of results. Unsurprisingly, there exists even an “Ultimate Guide To Fighting Procrastination“. However, I dare argue there’s something even worse than the much-dreaded procrastination. Ready for it? What is even worse than …

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7 Things You Need To Know If You Truly Want A Change In Your Life

Most people I know – including myself – report that, in one way or another, they’re not satisfied with their life, as they currently perceive it to be. And most of them admit they’re looking for a change. Big or small. Temporary or (usually) permanent. I bet that’s the case for you as well. However, …

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Do One Thing At A Time: How To Avoid The Trap Of Multitasking

Start here. Applying the advice of this post’s headline, I mean. So, for the next few minutes, just focus on reading this post. Remove all distractions and make sure nobody and nothing will disturb you during the time you’ll be reading it. You can even plan some additional “buffer” time for contemplating on it. At …

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Why Don’t They Teach This At School? How To Distinguish Between What Serves You And What Doesn’t

In my previous blog post, I argued that your life’s number one purpose is to constantly learn new things, put them in practice and, consequently, grow to your next best version. At some point in this article, I referred to what I believe is a key skill for every human being to exercise, in every …

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How To Never Stop Learning And Growing: Your Lifelong Journey As A Student And Practitioner

In a previous blog post, I discussed how our mind operates in such a way as to create severe limitations for us on all important areas of our lives. I also tried to discuss the reasons behind this inherently problematic function of our mind. In the same post, I continued with presenting 10 practical (and readily …

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