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Aug
13
comment Where should I store good advice?
You could do that too. But if you read a lot of blogs, the real good advices keep turning up again and again
Jul
23
answered Where should I store good advice?
May
29
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May
29
comment Super effective way of storing day to day information where I can access them quickly?
Making it as short as possible. I have 3 notebooks. One is the default one where all new stuff goes in, I email stuff to my evernote and it goes in here. Everyday I go through the notes in this and sort them.Second notebook is my Doing notebook. All things I am currently working on. This includes things to read, projects I am working on, Errands etc. Third notebook is Cabinet which I use to store information I don't need to use but might need someday. Each note that goes into these 3 are tagged appropriately (examples..Work, Errands, Bills, Books, Movies, Fitness, Finance...and many many more)
Apr
5
comment Gamification to improve myself
I am also looking for something like this. Fitocracy(fitocracy.com/home) is good to take care of fitness aspect.Very well made site
Apr
4
comment How do I increase my concentration in classroom?
Yes that is a problem.You will have to find a right balance.I never did this in school nor college. Only started it during training sessions after college
Apr
3
comment How to use Evernote to implement GTD?
I use only Evernote for my GTD and it works great. I use a slightly simpler version of the method mentioned in Secret Weapon
Apr
2
answered How do I increase my concentration in classroom?
Dec
13
answered How do you start working?
Dec
9
answered What is the best way to improve English vocabulary?
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
I was answering the original question. He asked about that "one secret", not "can you explain the book to me". So I felt what I wrote was correct and did not feel the need to elaborate, since he clearly read the book. I can see your your point of view too. No offense taken.
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
And i am talking about the negative connotation of worrying. Being realistic would be finding solutions for plausible situations.
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
Think we have different thoughts on what "worry" means. For me, thinking a solution and "worrying" is not the same. Worrying implies thinking of all the things that could go wrong. In the case of the Ostrich, either he can run...or worry that he might break his leg if he runs and not end up running. In which case, the ostrich is no better off worrying than if he buried his head in the sand
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
Thinking of a solution to a particular situation is different from "worrying" about a problem. I did not mean ignore all unfavorable situations. I guess its the mentality with which you look at situations. A problem in itself is only a problem if you think it is a problem.
Nov
11
answered How to plan my weekend so I do more useful work?
Nov
11
answered What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
Oct
27
comment What could I do to convince myself to finish my projects?
My answer is in conjunction with JB King's reply. You need to have a defined target. "Learn Piano" is very vague...what do you want to do...learn a few songs to impress friends? compose? play at carnegie hall. If you have a defined target, you are more likely to achieve it
Oct
27
answered What could I do to convince myself to finish my projects?
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