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  • 15th July 2018
Psychology

Words Become Things — Krakow Day 2

Krakow Day 2 I successfully found my friend in Krakow.  On the way from the train station to his apartment, we walk along the Wisla, a beautiful river that flows through Krakow. The next morning, I wake up to the sound of my buddy punching in some code into his MacBook keyboard. After our daily […]

  • 14th July 2018
Psychology

The Best Time To Start Is Yesterday — Krakow Day One

Krakow Day One I am in Kattowitz now, Poland, on a small bus with my MacBook on my lap writing. This trip, however, is a bit different from the hedonistic adventures that I usually undertake. On this trip, I visit a dear friend of mine who helps me with coming to a step closer to […]

  • 12th July 2018
Books
Psychology

Peter F. Drucker’s The Effective Executive {Book Review}

I first heard about The Effective Executive when I listened to an interview with Tim Ferris and Kevin Rose. And Tim Ferris recommended Peter Drucker’s book as the best management and efficiency book that is out there. One of my major missions is to emulate the behaviours of high achievers to check if I will […]

  • 11th July 2018
Psychology

Being Ok With Not Being Ok

In my second podcast episode, I interviewed the Painter Tonja, and in our wide-ranging conversation, I came across a concept that she called “being ok with not being ok“. If you want to listen to the full episode, click here to check it out. The initiator was that we discussed a question about our future self. […]

  • 3rd July 2018
Books
Psychology
Spirit

Josh Waitzkin “The Art Of Learning” {Book Review}

What Is The Art Of Learning About? Josh Waitzkin chronicles in the Art Of Learning about how he became an internationally known chess master and martial arts world champion.  Furthermore, Josh is the subject for the Hollywood movie Searching for Bobby Fischer. In his book, The Art of Learning, Josh walks us through his approach […]

  • 28th June 2018
Books
Psychology

Tim Ferris “The 4-Hour Chef” {Book Review}

What Is The 4-Hour Chef About? The 4-Hour Chef is not your typical cookbook.  In this book, you learn how to pimp up your measly cooking skills in record time, and at the same time, you learn how to learn anything! As you might have checked by now, this is not a cooking blog but […]

  • 3rd February 2018
Environs
Psychology

How To Remember Anything – The Memory Palace Technique

Do you struggle with learning? DId you ever fail an exam? Do you want to learn a new language – the easy way? If you think you can do more than the Memory Palace Technique is going to be a total game changer for you. In this article, I’m going to write about the Memory Palace Technique which
Memory Champions like Joshua Foer use in order to memorize everything and anything. Fast.

  • 4th January 2018
Environs
Psychology

The Habit Of Asking Good Questions

The older I get, the more time I spend – as a percentage of each day- on crafting better questions. In my experience, going from 1x to 10x, from 10x to 100x, and from 100x to ( when Lady luck really smiles) 1000 x returns in various areas has been a product of better questions.” Tim Ferris

  • 29th December 2017
Psychology

The Habit of Making Your Bed — 3 Lessons I Learned From Navy Seal Admiral McRaven

“Making my bed correctly was not going to be an opportunity for praise. It was expected of me. It was my first task of the day, and doing it right was important. It demonstrated my discipline. It showed my attention to detail, and at the end of the day it would be a reminder that I had done something well, something to be proud of, no matter how small the task.”
― William H. McRaven,

  • 27th December 2017
Books
Environs
Psychology
Spirit

Vagabonding By Rolf Potts {Book Review}

Vagabonding easily remains in my top-10 list for life-changing books. Why? Because one incredible trip, especially a long-term trip, can change your life forever. And Vagabonding teaches you how to travel (and think), not for one trip, but for the rest of your life. Tim Cahill, founding editor of Outside magazine and a brilliant travel writer himself, has said of Vagabonding, “I think this is the most sensible book of travel related advice ever written.” TIm Ferris

  • 22nd December 2017
Biohacking
Psychology

How To Use Pain As Fuel — The Deck Of Cards Workout

Do you want to get in shape but you can’t afford a gym? Do you want to become stronger but you don’t know how? In this article, I show you the simplest and cheapest workout method that I have come across in my life.

  • 19th December 2017
Environs
Spirit

How 6 Jars Can Make You Financially Free

Are you struggling with money? Do you feel like your life is going nowhere? Do you feel being financially free would give you more abundance in your life? Is your lack of money holding you back? Then this article is for you.

  • 16th December 2017
Biohacking
Environs
Psychology

How To Use Electro Shocks To Get Rid Of Bad Habits

The difference between an amateur and a professional is in their habits. An amateur has amateur habits. A professional has professional habits. We can never free ourselves from habit. But we can replace bad habits with good ones — Steven Pressfield

  • 8th December 2017
Books
Environs
Psychology

Sir Richard Branson — Losing My Virginity {Book Review}

Since this is a personal development you might have guessed that I am interested in Success. But what is Success?  When do you think of the word successful what Person comes first to mind? And why.
For me, success means that you live an extraordinarily adventurous life. A life on your terms. That you have successfully monetized your passion and that you add massive value to others while doing so. That you work with fun and amazing people and solve together big problems for the world.
To me, nobody else personifies these ideals more than Sir Richard Branson

  • 27th November 2017
Spirit

The 6 Phase Meditation

There is nothing more attractive than a person who loves himself or herself so deeply that their positve energy and love spill over to others and to the world ” Vishen Lakhiani

  • 24th November 2017
Environs
Psychology
Spirit

The Five Minute Journal

“The Five Minute Journal is one of the simplest ways that I have found to consistently ensure improving my well being and happiness. Both in terms of achievement and actual measurable, quantifiable results.” Tim Ferris

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