122 Shares Money. Oh money. It makes the world go ’round. It’s one of the biggest reasons for divorce. It either frees us or enslaves us. It is the commodity of all commodities. And yet, as much as many of us make, most of us know so little about how it works. I blame our parents. They should have known. They should have taught us. Well, either way, I’m about to give you a quick crash course in cash money 101, and how personal finances should work. Buckle up and enjoy the ride. Hopefully... More »
52 Shares If I asked you were it possible for you to get into the best shape of your life, we could agree that it is. If I asked you were it possible for you to become smarter than you’ve ever been, I think we could agree that you could work hard, study, learn, and practice more than you ever had. But strangely, the idea of becoming the “perfect version” of ourselves seems so unobtainable. It seems impossible. But it isn’t. It just requires you to work harder and more diligently than you ever... More »
50 Shares Many times when we are looking to improve in any aspect of our life, we search for someone who has already achieved the results that we are looking for, and we do our best to mimic their actions, expecting their results. The problem with this approach is that there are too many variables to consider in pretty much any aspect of life, and therefore too much is out of our control. We would be better off creating a plan that takes into account the success of others’ actions, and then tweaking our... More »
668 Shares Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, Friendster, Tumblr, Xanga… the list goes on and on. And if you are any sort of tech savy, there is good chance you are a member of multiple social networks. Even I have accounts with at least 5 of these. While there is a lot to be gained by using these services, there is also a lot to be lost.
27 Shares We’ve all experienced those days when we sat down at our desk with a long list of things to do, and yet somehow hours later we realize that we haven’t done much, aside from checking our emails 5 times, spending hours at Lifehack.org, and instant messaging everyone we know. For those days, when you can’t seem to beat the buzz, the greatest possible way you can ensure productivity is to disconnect from the electronics.