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Productivity

How to Deal With Distractions When Working From Home

“At times the whole world seems to be in conspiracy to importune you with emphatic trifles. Friend, client, child, sickness, fear, want, charity, all knock at once at thy closet door and say, — ‘Come out unto us.’ But keep thy state; come not into their confusion. The power men possess to annoy me I […]

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Self-Improvement

9 Simple Tips To Help You Read More

“Liber Medicina Animi” (a book is the soul’s medicine) Do you love reading books? So do I. I think reading is one of the best gifts we can give to ourselves in today’s world. But maybe you wish you had more time to spend on your favorite activity. Or perhaps you read plenty but you […]

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Entrepreneurship

Why Working In An Office Is Crazy

In 2005, I made the decision to work remotely full-time and become location-independent. I never looked back. At the time, I had only been in the workforce for five years, but I had already made the following observations: Working 9-to-5 is not a natural state Commuting is a waste of time and it’s not eco-friendly […]

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Life

Why I Stopped Watching the News

“Your body adapts to what you eat. Your mind adapts to what you consume. Your soul adapts to what you love. What you feed yourself today is who you become tomorrow.” — James Clear I’ve recently started watching the evening news again, after a few years of avoiding the habit. My wife and I got […]

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Productivity

3 Easy Steps to Help You Better Manage Your Email Inbox

Some emails are life-changing. Your inbox might hold a letter from a friend you lost touch with, a networking opportunity you wouldn’t want to miss, or the job offer of your dreams. That’s enough reason to stay on top of your inbox at all times — if you’re not managing your emails well, something crucial […]

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Life

Madness vs Kindness

I recently stumbled upon this quote from William Paley: “Imagine a flock of pigeons in a corn field. Imagine that 99 of them, instead of pecking the corn they need and using it as they need it, start to collect all they can into one big heap. Imagine that they do not leave much corn […]