July 29, 2020
Words of wisdom: Be patient. And then be persistent.
Why most people struggle when it comes to losing weight or getting rid of bad habits? Is there a chance to get unstuck from unnecessary fallbacks and permanently change our bad habits? In this TEDxTalk, Benjamin shares the secret on how making a radical change is not only possible but required to live a life of integrity, meaning, and purpose. Benjamin Hardy has been the #1 most-read writer on Medium.com since late 2015. He is the author of Willpower Doesn’t Work
Done is better than perfect: overcoming PhD perfectionism
09 Jul 2018
By Atma Ivancevic
What you see and hear depends a great deal on where you are standing. It also depends on what sort of person you are.
Forbes quote of the day. May 13, 2018
“Miss one day of practice, I notice; miss two, the critics notice; miss three, the audience notices”
Franz Liszt, the great pianist, once said: “If I miss practicing one day, I know it; if I miss two days, my friends know it; and if I miss three days, the public knows it.”
[The Western Stenographer, July 1894, pg. 13, col. 2]
3:22 Psychologist K. Anders Ericsson, a professor of Psychology at Florida State University: deliberate practice
Paul Rulkens is an expert in achieving big goals in the easiest, fastest and most elegant way possible. Originally trained as a chemical engineer, he has moved his focus to the fascinating field of high performance.
The majority is always wrong, when it comes to high performance