The things every high-achiever should know
In: Embracing Change12 Mar 2013
I firmly believe that people should take their lives into their own hands in any way that they reasonably can. Rather than let arbitrary circumstances dictate how they live, people who adopt this approach to life are those who begin exercising regularly, eating the right foods, working hard to build a thriving career, searching for […]
It’s been said that people in their 20s don’t appreciate their youth until they lose it. Am I one of those 20-somethings? Very likely. I recently heard some fantastic advice on this topic that I’d recommend to all people in their youth. Set up a countdown timer on your phone/computer/device of choice and start counting […]
Introducing Kaizen If there is one concept that I feel embodies everything I’ve learned about personal development and effective change, it’s the Japanese concept of Kaizen. Taken from Wikipedia: Kaizen, Japanese for “improvement”, or “change for the better” refers to a philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering, game development, […]
I’d like to apologize for my lack of posts lately. Having just graduated, I’m in the midst of a storm comprised of both rapid change and activity. I’ve finished classes, graduated, moved out of my apartment, moved back home, re-packed, moved back to my college town, and am preparing to begin full-time work next week. […]
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