Selfishness: The Cure to Your Philosophical Hangover

Selfishness: The Cure to Your Philosophical Hangover

Editor’s Note: This article is written by the brilliant, amazing, and selfless Marina Tsipenyuk.
Those who have ever valued liberty for its own sake believed that to be free to choose, and not to be chosen for, is an unalienable ingredient in what makes human beings human. ~Isaiah Berlin
Though I generally procrastinate when it comes to reading long […]

The Fundamental Laws of Productivity

The Fundamental Laws of Productivity

When we use the internet, it is important to protect ourselves against the onslaught of people providing us with more information than we actually need. When it comes to productivity principles and really getting things done, all you really need to know are the fundamentals!
Simplicity is the key ingredient in productivity, and living a great […]

Posted by in Book Review, Productivity | November 25, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 6 comments

Free eBook: How To Get A Girlfriend

It was just a matter of time before I wrote this book. Not just because I’ve been dating since sixth grade, and not just because I’ve had a lot of girlfriends, but mostly because this was one avenue that I took into personal development.
Back in the day, and you know a story is good when […]

Book Review: Personal Development For Smart People

Book Review: Personal Development For Smart People

Welcome Steve Pavlina readers and fans. I highly recommend this book, and you’ll see why in this review. I recently completed a Podcast interview with Steve Pavlina in which we discussed several very interesting self-improvement topics as well as some personal things about Steve that you won’t find anywhere else. Go ahead and subscribe to […]

Posted by in Book Review | October 31, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 14 comments

10 Practical Ways To Make Your Own Luck

Ten years ago I decided to take a more scientific investigation into the concept of luck. I decided that the best method was to examine why some people are consistently lucky whilst others encounter little but ill fortune. In short, why some people seem to live charmed lives full of lucky breaks and chance encounters, […]

Posted by in Book Review | June 4, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 9 comments

1000 Real Millionaires Reveal Their Top 13 Success Secrets

“There are two fools in this world. One is the millionaire who thinks that by hoarding money he can somehow accumulate real power, and the other is the penniless reformer who thinks that if only he can take the money from one class and give it to another, all the world’s ills will be cured.”
~Henry […]

What Can A Dentist Teach You About Business, Life and Success?

As you may or may not know, one of my goals is to become a 5th generation dentist in my family. This is the reason why I was first attracted to Dr. Joe Capista’s book, What Can A Dentist Teach You About Business, Life & Success? You may remember Dr. Capista from last week’s Happiness […]

Posted by in Book Review | March 5, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 24 comments

Zen Habits Handbook for Life Review

Leo Babauta of Zenhabits has done it once again when he unleashed his second ebook Zen Habits Handbook for Life. You may remember when I reviewed his first ebook, Zen To Done, which had many invaluable productivity principles I use to this very day.
This time Leo tackles the simplicity, productivity and happiness aspects of life […]

Posted by in Book Review | February 22, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 1 comment

Rules Of The Game

The time in my life when I got serious about personal development started on the tail end of me studying books on how to pickup women. The whole pickup world became a fun hobby for me and several of my friends, so we ended up reading a few more books than one would deem… healthy. […]

An Eschatological Laundry List

As you may or may not know, I’m not a big fan of being late. This is why I like to come early on days when I go to see my life coach.
This time around I came a whole 30 minutes early, and decided to brain storm some ideas in my moleskin. In order to […]

Posted by in Book Review, Thinking | January 7, 2008 | Digg | | Stumble | Print | 7 comments