The dog stole my homework, I mean my speed reading! Let’s say you attended a speed reading training. You have learned the techniques to train your speed reading. Maybe you also bought a speed reading device. Yeeeey! Wonderful! You feel full of enthusiasm, and now that you’ve discovered how they work for you, you can’t… Read More The Daily Training Program for Speed Reading
A quarter of a century ago, reading was a habit that implied proactivity on the part of the reader: someone who was interested in a particular topic usually went to the library, bookstore, or antique shop to find a few proper volumes suited to the desired topic, and studied them carefully, patiently and meticulously. Reading… Read More In Search Of Lost Discipline
When I found out, at the end of the last decade, how some people tend to use Facebook, I said: “Facebook is a personal branding tool that looks like a weapon. In the hands of a professional, it can have some pretty spectacular results. But, instead, a novice can shoot himself or herself with it.”… Read More The Invisible War Against Speed Reading
Real, sustainable change is difficult. Do you dare develop personally outside your comfort zone? Well, it’s also hard for me; it’s hard for everyone, and that’s why it matters. Everyone who wins by imposing a superiority complex cannot win forever. Competitive thinking about others (“how to show that I’m smarter, stronger, greater than others”) always… Read More Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult
1. What you do Your actions are yours and yours only. You choose to do or not to do them and are responsible for their effects. 2. What you say Also, the words you say or write are chosen by you, consciously or unconsciously. Like your actions, they have an impact both on your… Read More 10 Things in Life That You Can Control
The ideas below are taken from my own experience and are a few minor changes that, if each of us made, would radically change our lives. (keep reading ↓) 1. Face each problem with a smile. 2. Engage in physical activities in the morning! Necessarily! 3. Stay quiet each time you feel “”oo free” to talk. That is when… Read More 10 Activities That Everybody Knows Are Healthy, But Few Make a Habit of Them
Living in today’s modern world in a big city, in the field of services (I don’t know how many of the readers of this blog, if any, work on a farm or in a factory), each of you must, more or less, do the following categories of tasks, to be independent. This does not depend… Read More Main Categories of Tasks
More often than not, most people have an interesting procedure for self-sabotage. They may unconsciously want to experience more attention, more diversity, or simply to elude the responsibility of dealing with their own problems. In fact, they have (access to) more resources than they would like to admit. This is by no means an intention… Read More What Are You Pretending Not to Have in order for Your Problem to Be Real?
Although less than half of the people in my own phone agenda are hired (the most part are entrepreneurs or consultants), there is this primary conception than 8 hours a day you work, 7 hours a day you sleep (the minimum necessary), one hour a day you have the lunch break. So what do you… Read More What Are You Doing with the Rest of Your 8 Hours a Day?