» The Four Hidden Habit Skills
26/11/14 20:13 from Zen Habits
By Leo Babauta When you learn a new skill, feedback is important: if you fall off a bike, you need to make an adjustment so you don’t keep falling. But when people learn the skill of creating new habits, they usually take the feedb...

» Easily Distracted? Use Orienting Tasks While Learning.
26/11/14 19:41 from Scott H Young
I like the polar bear game. The game is simple: don’t think about polar bears. First person to do so loses. It’s mostly a gag because it’s impossible to play. Trying not to think about polar bears causes you to think about polar bears an...

» The Power of Delay
24/11/14 20:55 from Zen Habits
‘The greatest remedy for anger is delay.’ ~Thomas Paine By Leo Babauta I once had a boss who had a favorite strategy for dealing with donations-seekers, demanding colleagues, and basically anyone who wanted anything from him ...

» Millionærskolen – Oppgave 4
24/11/14 13:29 from Pengeblogg
Nå har vi vært igjennom tre oppgaver som har handlet om hvordan du kan kutte kostnadene dine. Denne og neste oppgave vil handle om hvordan du kan øke inntektene dine. Det første du skal gjøre er å drive litt research på egen arbeidsplass...

» Overwhelmed & Rushed? Do a Stress Assess
21/11/14 17:34 from Zen Habits
By Leo Babauta If you find yourself rushing from task to task, worried that you don’t have time to do everything … If you are feeling a high amount of stress and are just overwhelmed by the number of things you have to do ...

» The Fear of Going Soft
19/11/14 21:23 from Scott H Young
One of my biggest fears about being a full-time writer is that I’ll become disconnected from the things I write about. When I was in university, writing about learning and productivity was grounded in context. Being a full-time advice-gi...

» Writer as Coder: The Iterative Way to Write a Book
19/11/14 18:07 from Zen Habits
By Leo Babauta The traditional way of writing a book is like the old Microsoft model of developing software: you write it in isolation for a year or two, and then put it out as a fully-formed product. The problem with that method is that...

» Creativity & the Comfort Zone
18/11/14 05:06 from A-Changing Times :: Før det er helg....
Someone commented on my previous blog: “No so sure. What about creativity?“ It was a very good question. Do you know how you know a question is good? It makes you think. And this question made me think. Instantly I … Co...

» Please Support the Zen Habits Book
17/11/14 20:00 from Zen Habits
By Leo Babauta I’m so excited: today I launch my new book, Zen Habits: Mastering the Art of Change. And I need your help. The book is written (just finished on Friday!), but I need your support to get it printed. So I’ve laun...

» NPP 013 : David Andersson – Going Beyond Your Personal Thinking
15/11/14 19:15 from
In this episode of the New Paradigm Podcast, we got coach and teacher David Andersson on the call!  David is a mutual friend of Eirik Grunde Olsen from the 7th episode. We’ve been friends on Facebook for a while exploring eachother...

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