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Art by Tsurui
Eventually, life will force you to become very organized because things just keep compounding every year it seems. I tried various software over the years, but it is hard to beat pencil and paper – this year I might need something more though. I conducted a brief research and found a few web-based tools that I really liked.
Stretching Exercises at Your Desk
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Sheryl: “I want YOU to get organized!”
Exercise is often listed among the resolutions for the new year and can be helpful for both physical and mental health. In fact, many studies found that exercise may improve your mood and alleviate depression. I hope these videos and resources will give you some inspiration to exercise regularly 🙂 Continue reading “New Year Resolutions: Exercise”
Squirting, poking, pushing, choking, pain – everything was there, but I felt satisfied at the end 😛 Continue reading “Art is the only thing that can go on mattering once it has stopped hurting”
Tony Robbins discusses how to unlock your true potential, how decisions shape your destiny, about basic needs, and the “invisible forces” that motivate everyone’s actions. Continue reading “Tony Robbins: Why we do what we do, and how we can do it better”
Dan Gilbert is a psychology professor at Harvard, and author of Stumbling on Happiness. In this memorable talk, filmed at TED2004, he demonstrates just how poor we humans are at predicting (or understanding) what will make us happy.
Very interesting presentations by Prof. James Duane of the Regent University School of Law and Officer George Bruch of the Virginia Beach Police Department. Continue reading “Why Innocent Shouldn’t Talk to the Police”
Why do people succeed? An unmissable 3-min. talk from the TED Conference on the real secrets of success. Delivered by Richard St. John (Recorded February 2005 in Monterey, CA. Duration: 3:40)
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