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Jun
26
answered How to deal with self-doubt?
Apr
23
answered Memorisation Help
Apr
8
answered Jogging as a tool to always stay fresh and energized
Feb
11
comment How do I find a decent hobby?
Music demands quite a lot of focus :) It's probably not the best for relaxation. I've been playing instruments for soon 20 years, and playing in bands for 15 years...
Jan
30
comment How do I keep working if I'm going to die anyway?
There are a lot of passion jobs that will not earn you enough to even live a basic life (art in particular), so in a way you must always do something you don't want to do, just to survive in a world where having money is mandatory. It was better before, when you could just build a house yourself into a place you want, without needing any permits, payments, and such :)
Dec
19
answered Effectively open links in Gmail w/o mouse
Dec
12
revised What is a way to become good in anything i do?
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Dec
12
answered What is a way to become good in anything i do?
Dec
11
comment How can I eliminate fear of phone calling?
I think the root cause might be a lack of confidence in oral communication. In a phone call, it is the only form you have, so if you have trouble communicating something with just speech, you might get anxiety from getting it wrong unintentionally, or being catastrophically misunderstood because of communication problems. In an email, you can think everything through with plenty of time and no pressure, but on the phone, there is a very short time frame to formulate your thoughts clearly.
Dec
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Dec
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comment Why is most work unpleasant?
The problems begin when your passion is in a field with very low salary/profitability, such as music or art. Then you have to settle for a less-pleasing day-job :)
Dec
4
comment problems with programming
And one more: A class is nothing more than a blueprint on how to build identical houses, or in other words, instances of the blueprint/object. Each house will look the same externally upon creation, but they are unique items among themselves, which means things happening to the unique instance will only affect that house. So if santa claus brought down a lot of chimney dust in one house, that same dust will not be all over EVERY house in the neighbourhood - unless it was designed to happen :)
Dec
4
comment problems with programming
Just a quick tip, even though it's not really the main point: Think of everything as a real world item. What traits do children inherit from their parent objects? They look the same and will likely behave the same. Some things will be different, like a new skill that parents do not have (read: a different method in an inherited object). More strictly in programming: The child will always have everything the parent has, plus something more. And a complex object will be comprised of multiple subsystems (classes) - the heart is one object, the brain is one object, the hands, etc.
Dec
3
comment How to love programming or my job
Perhaps he was lured by the promise of high salaries and clear-cut jobs, and then was let down by reality. You can easily graduate in IT with a little bit of effort, but then you might later find out you don't enjoy that level of effort on a daily basis for the "rest of your life".
Oct
21
comment Do video subtitles make learning easier or harder?
I found this article, based on the results of English Proficiency Index: euractiv.com/culture/… It seems to underline dubbing as a major factor.
Oct
20
answered Do video subtitles make learning easier or harder?
Sep
18
answered Meaning of working hard
Sep
12
comment Short relaxation break at work
@Muz: isn't that what he is there for? ;)
Sep
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comment What are more radical techniques for dispelling 'morning fog'?
Something that works well for me is waking up earlier. Even around 2 hours before you need to go to work.
Aug
18
comment Measuring how well we focus?
Amount of time that has disappeared ("didn't notice n hours passed!") per 8 hours? :)