Monthly Archives: December 2011

Two Types of Advice by Scott H Young and Well Rounded and the Other by Seth Godin

Scott H Young: Two types of advice, general and specific. General e.g. Steve Jobs Stanford Speech. Specific: why you got that calculus question wrong. General, though good, doesn’t always work. Specific advice, very valuable, could be the breakthrough you need.It’s … Continue reading

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Six Steps to Excellent Memory by Dr. Piotr Wozniak

Six Steps to Excellent Memory by Dr. Piotr Wozniak [Ed: I combined quotes along with my own words.] 1. Nurse your hunger for knowledge: if your motivation for getting knowledge is weak you can stop reading this text. The rest … Continue reading

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The Naked Warrior by Pavel Tsatsouline – One Arm Pushup

The Naked Warrior by Pavel Tsatsouline – One Arm Pushup Hello comrades! Chest must hit the deck. Shoulders must be parallel to the floor. Start off with elevated (arms higher than feet) one-arm pushups, then gradually lower. To make things … Continue reading

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The Painless Path to Endurance (Plus: Breville Winner and More) by Tim Ferriss

The Painless Path to Endurance (Plus: Breville Winner and More) by Tim Ferriss What really interested me about this article was the section Process vs. Outcome. A study of goal-oriented vs. process-oriented people in the workplace showed that: it was … Continue reading

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The Agenda, Part I: Ask Why by Chris Guillebeau

The Agenda, Part I: Ask Why by Chris Guillebeau The most important quote of this article: Why do you do this every single day? The next most important quote: Why do we do the things we do? What’s the point? … Continue reading

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