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Lessons Learned of a Minimalist Continuum

Odd things can happen when you pause from whatever you’re affirming yourself to be important.

Particularly from life, or mainly what hinders you from living; Trying to climb the corporate ladder, compulsively checking your smartphone, “if I just had/could” scenarios or anything alike those mental constructions that you’ve put yourself into. 655 more words


How Tim Ferriss Became the 'Oprah of Audio'—Behind the Podcast With 70M-Plus Downloads

In publishing circles, something called the “Tim Ferriss Effect” has been known for some time. The concept refers to the power of a single author and his blog to drive the sales—in some cases in the tens of thousands—for books he chooses to recommend to his army of fans. 3,357 more words

Get organised - Tips for productivity

If you got a long list of things to do, running a couple of companies or have a lot to keep track of, below is one way that I learned and it helps me win my organisation. 321 more words

How to Lose 20 lbs in 30 Days

Hello there Habit Changer! I know, I know… It’s been 3 months since my last post and I’ve missed you all! I’m not making any excuses, but I just found and tried a new way of Journaling and Tracking my Habits, called Bullet Journal. 491 more words

Bullet Journal

Anything You Want by Derek Sivers

Hearing Derek Sivers on The Tim Ferriss Show (parts one and two) led me to both his blog and his book, Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur… 269 more words

Derek Sivers

Day One: Start today!

Today is the first day of the rest of my life! I’m not sure who said that and I guess everyday is the first day of the rest of your life, but at 45 years old, very overweight, frustratingly tired all the time and in chronic pain – add to that chronic overworker and lacking in any exercise, spiritual renewal or work life balance – today really is the first day of how I want to live the rest of my life. 711 more words


6 people who'll shake-up how you think and live

When you come to recognize that society kinda has its collective “head up its ass” and that living the status quo is both a misguided and dysfunctional aspiration, you’ll begin seeking a better way. 986 more words