Done is better than perfect

Done is better than perfect: overcoming PhD perfectionism
09 Jul 2018
By Atma Ivancevic


Miss one day of practice, I notice; miss two, …

“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]

The Majority Is Always Wrong (Paul Rulkens)

Why the majority is always wrong
Paul Rulkens
Oct 21, 2014

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

1% a day

How to achieve your greatness in life: Chatri Sityodtong at TEDxSingaporeManagementUniversity
Dec 17, 2013

Chatri Sityodtong is a self-made business leader, global investor, and motivational speaker. His lifelong passion for martial arts has seen him fight professionally in over 30 fights across different disciplines for over 20 years, and even open his own Mixed Martial Arts academy.

13:28 Try to improve yourself 1% a day every single day, so that you are better today than yesterday.
The power of self-improvement


16:23 Imagine a world where … everyone has a desire for continuous self-improvement


How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals
Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson
Mar 6, 2017