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3 strategies to develop work capacity

A crucial principle in your physical development is progressive overload. Mark Rippetoe shares this story on Starting Strength, where somebody went out at midday for 3 months to take the sun for 5 minutes. 431 more words

Ido Portal

Room of Failure

I recently caught a snippet of an interview where a person referred to her garage as ‘my room of failure’.   She went on to say:  “I look around my garage and see everything I’m not good at, all the items I don’t know where to put, all the hobbies that I never get to.  405 more words

Too much stuff

Do your Humans have too much stuff? Do they keep accumulating more stuff even though they have more than enough?

Feel free to give them a hard time, but not too hard because you don’t really want them to stop accumulating stuff as that would mean no more new boxes.

–Amber

Burstcoin Price Increase Recap - OVER 350% increase with my advice

As I said in my post 2 weeks ago (https://priceslide.wordpress.com/2016/08/31/burstcoin-prediction/), Burstcoin was primed to have a sharp increase in price very soon. There were quite a few contributing factors, but the main one was the clear signs of accumulation by large holders. 65 more words

Profit

2. Why does it matter?

Now that you are aware of what the different forms of natural cosmetics are, it is important to understand why it is so imperative for you to be using them. 1,112 more words

Artificial Fragrances

SoCS -- Happily Ever After

Bonjour mes chers lecteurs!  Yes, I am actually SoCS-ing today. Yes, that is a verb.  I have been away from WP for a while, (although I did do that writing challenge on YeahWrite — keep reading to hear more about that) but I am still accumulating ideas in my head for stuff to write about. 1,364 more words

All Things Blogging

Economic History of Greed

It is difficult to say what came first: was it greed, or was it capital? According to most credited historians, greed lays at the core of the original capital accumulation, dating back to the XVth and XVIth centuries. 513 more words

Ekonoclastia