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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte A novel charting the trials and tribulations between the families and inhabitants of Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights, told via an old maid, Elly Dean, who was intimate with both. Having newly acquired a Kindle, … Continue reading

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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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The Hard Truth About How Success Really Works – By Jeff Haden

The Hard Truth About How Success Really Works – By Jeff Haden This article reminds me of what Seth Godin said: Things easily done usually aren’t worth doing. Consequently, things that are worth doing aren’t easily done. But also adds … Continue reading

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How to Make Money From Your Art – Steve Pavlina

How to Make Money From Your Art – Steve Pavlina Create what people want otherwise you won’t get paid. Why would they want to buy it in the first place? Selling is an important part of the creative process: “Who … Continue reading

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