Monthly Archives: November 2007

personal development

When to Quit and When to Stick

One recurring principle in personal development is perseverance — the ability to persist in an undertaking in spite of counterinfluences, opposition, or discouragement. This brings to mind Steve Job’s success story at Apple Inc: At 30, Steve Jobs was fired … Continue reading

Creative Thought

Thinking Around Corners – A New Perspective On Creative Thought

In Japan, blind corners are everywhere. The roads are narrow and walls extend right out to meet the curb. It is inconvenient at best, deadly at worst. From the driver’s seat of a car there is just no way to … Continue reading

Creative State of Flow

How to Achieve the Creative State of Flow

That’s called “flow” – a state of consciousness where we experience a task so deeply that it truly becomes enjoyable and satisfying. Learn how to experience the flow state more often. Continue reading


How to Write Fascinating Content That Readers Will Remember

Before you can start writing easily retainable content, you need to understand the kinds of people that will be reading your content. This article is a guide to writing for all types of readers and making sure they remember what they read. Continue reading

Happier, Healthier, and Productive

10 Ways to Make Your Evenings Happier, Healthier, and More Productive

In my article 8 Simple Ways to Enjoy Life Every Day, I suggested that rethinking your evenings is a great way to get more from life. With this in mind, the following are 10 ways you can make your evenings … Continue reading

A Free Guide to Building a Successful Online Business

The best way to attain the freedom to pursue your dreams is by reaching financial independence. Once money is no longer a problem, you’ll be free to travel the world, express yourself creatively, and do whatever it is that you … Continue reading