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The power of full engagement


A summary of The power of full engagement, by Jim Loehr and Tony Shwartz Most of people do not manage to remain focused after a while. Facing this lack of motivation, the majority of people think that they must: Improve their time management Have another coffee Learn new disciplinary techniques to stay motivated New paradigm: it is necessary to manage…


High Earners Adrift

Many of my readers have skills they can apply to earn incomes that are far above average — if they desire to apply those skills for that purpose. A lot of them are programmers or engineers. Some know how to invest or trade stocks. Some are just really good poker players. These people can earn six-figure incomes (sometimes more) without…


Upgrading Your Mind

In this article I’ll share some of the practical benefits of improving your mind management skills and some key benefits you can gain. This isn’t a how-to article. It’s an overview of some of the wonderful possibilities to explore. by Steve Pavlina from Mind Management Many people identify with their minds, treating their minds as synonymous with themselves. This…


Conquer Your Day with Mini-Missions

You haven’t been very productive lately, admit it. by Leo Babauta from You’ve been watching too many videos, cruising your favorite social media, haven’t exercised in too long … you’re slipping, my friend. I’ve got the fix for you. Mini-missions. Here’s how it works: You set yourself a few mini-missions for the day. For example: 1) Write Zen Habits…


Caring for Your Mind

The quality of your mind determines the quality of your life. If your thinking is foggy, unfocused, circular, or random, your results will reflect that. If your mind is sharp, focused, and clear, your results will reflect that too. by Steve Pavlina from If you care about having a good life, then care about cultivating a strong mind since a…


5 Ways to Simplify Today

Living a life of simplicity can be a beautiful thing. But simplifying itself can seem like an overwhelming process. by Leo Babauta So I recommend simplicity in your simplifying. Instead of trying to simplify your whole life, tossing out all your clutter and paring your schedule to just meditation and writing your novel … how about just simplifying one…


Mile Wide, Mile Deep

Have you ever heard the phrase “inch wide, mile deep” with respect to picking an area of focus for your education, career, website, business, etc? The idea here is that you should narrow your focus and concentrate on becoming highly skilled in one particular subfield. Then you’ll be able to carve out a space within your industry where you’re competent…

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