Monthly Archives: February 2011

Day 35: 7 Games That Will Make You Feel Young (Even If You’re Old)

Challenge your abilities and enjoy spending time with your friends by playing games (starting today). Playing games is an entertaining way to boost mental functions, improve memory, socialize, and grow your confidence. Continue reading

How to Overcome Taking Criticism Personally

Like when someone sends me an email criticizing my latest blog post. Instead of getting angry and offended, I try seeing it from their perspective and learn from it. When a guest post gets rejected, I try and find out why and how I can improve it, instead of just getting mad at the world. Continue reading

Day 36: All Habits Are Impossible To Break If You Do This

Taking the time to evaluate where you are in the hustle and bustle of life can help you gain the perspective you need to make the small adjustments that will improve your quality of life and enhance your confidence. Continue reading

3 Ways to Become Better at Time Management

Why do we have to work so hard to learn Time Management, to master it?
Shouldn’t we be born with the ability to work efficiently?

The problem is that we have the tendency to want to take the easy way, the short way, and as many have said before me, “A shortcut can often lead to long delays”. Continue reading

Day 37: 3 Simple Ways Gratitude Can Change Your Life – It Works!

known, fear of losing control, or fear of making the wrong decision keeping you from the life you’ve been longing to live? Is your confidence being sucked dry by your fears? Continue reading

How To Triple Your Productivity by Homer Simson

Using the techniques in this post and a few other small time-savers, I’ve estimated that I save a full working day (8hrs) per week. Now the hard bit is deciding if I use this extra time to chill out with a beer or get more work done…hmmm…what would Homer do? Continue reading