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How and Why You Should Learn Speed Reading

Do you wish you could get more reading done everyday? Of course you do! Whether it’s reading more novels or keeping up with industry blogs, just imagine what it would be like if you could read 2, 3, or even … r

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How to Fight Overwhelm and Get Things Done: Four Simple Steps

Whatever the exact causes, you ended up in a situation where you needed all your powers of concentration – and it was tougher than ever to focus.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed right now, or if you know you might have to face up to overwhelm again in the future, here’s what you can do. r

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Need Some Great Advice? Ask Death

Death is a subject that few are comfortable with. Yet, making death your best friend can enhance your life in ways you might not otherwise imagine.

One of the most effective practices recommended by traditional Toltec teachers, is called, “Using death as an adviser”. Deceased author of over ten books of Toltec wisdom, Carlos Castaneda said… r

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Are You Taking Productivity Too Far?

Like I say, I’m all for productivity. I like to do useful, fulfilling work, and I get bored easily if I’m wasting time or procrastinating.

But … I know that sometimes I take it a little too far. And I’ve often read blog posts or comments from other productive people who are definitely edging towards too much productivity. r

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5 Life Transforming Truths For Doing Absolutely Nothing

As her father and business coach I shared the following – ‘Man or woman looks out of window thinking great thought. That is great work. That is how great businesses, books, and blogs are first germinated – in the uncluttered mind.’

So allow me to share 5 truths why you should at times do absolutely nothing. r

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Your Winter- Cycles of Growth Require Rest as Much as Action

Some of the self-help world is pushing to “achieve”, climb, “conquer” and “master” the self. We definitely need to find the fire to get where we want to go. And we need to overcome the inertia that can come from fear. But Mother Nature is far wiser than the ego. r