Monthly Archives: December 2009

Reading Comprehension

5 Ways To Improve Reading Comprehension

We’ve all had that sensation of reading a selection of text then, only moments later, not remember anything we’ve just read. Sometimes we can read something over and over but never really feel like we “get it.”

Reading comprehension is crucial for every profession and lifestyle. Whether you’re reading a repair manual or the latest business best-seller, comprehension tools add value to the time spent over the page. Continue reading

Lost Control

Have You Lost Control of Your Life? Here’s How to Get It Back

Who’s in charge of your life?

That might sound like a strange question. But bear with me here. How often have you said something like: Continue reading

5 Foods To Remember For Better Memory

Here is a fistful of five foods for the memory which are both respected by science and revered by the ancients. Continue reading

Fear of Failure

How to Overcome Your Fear of Failure

A fear of failure is one of the most common fears. It can be so scary that some people decide not to try at all in order to avoid failure altogether. In the end this just ends up being another kind of failure because you’ll never reach your full potential if you don’t even try. Continue reading


Can you Learn to Be Creative?

Do you have to be born a creative person or else will you suffer the fate of being dull and unimaginative for the rest of your life?

Can you learn to come up with great ideas or learn to create unique, original things like art, music, poetry or ingenious inventions? Continue reading


Is Prioritization Failing You?

If you’ve ever struggled with time management (and who hasn’t?), I’d bet you’ve given the advice to prioritize. You make a list of all the things that need to be done – and even doing that is scary. Then you try to rank them in order of which ones matter the most. Continue reading