How you frame a problem profoundly influences the solutions you get. And it’s too easy to fall into thinking traps when it comes to it. Let’s look at one of these traps — and offer some ideas on how you can overcome it.
Our minds make sense of the world by making comparisons. It’s human nature, but it can also lead us to think irrationally and make bad decisions. Learn how this mind trap works and how to escape it.
By learning the language your mind uses, you’ll be able to tap into your mind’s full potential and develop a remarkable memory. It’s easier than you think – and you’ll actually have fun doing it.
The Memory Palace is one of the most powerful memory techniques I know. It’s not only effective, but also fun to use — and not hard to learn at all.
There are some strategies we can use to dramatically increase the amount of ideas we generate. The Idea Quota is one of the simplest and most effective of them.
If you’re stuck trying to find ways to achieve a goal or solve a problem, there’s a quick analysis tool that can put you back in perspective and save you hours of frustrated brainstorming. It’s as effective as it’s simple: all it takes is asking ‘why’…
This is my own “personal productivity manifesto”: it summarizes what works for me about personal productivity. Since these principles work so well for me, I figured they might work for you, too. Here they are…
The following are some common sense tips based on Getting Things Done to help you increase your productivity and have a stress-free life.
It has been a while since I published my collection of 60 very best quotes, and it still remains one of the most popular pages on this website. This sequel includes great quotes that were left out of the first collection or have been recently discovered. Enjoy!
Think of the greatest athletes, musicians or artists that inspires you. They were each born with a special gift: wired from birth with talents and abilities that we don’t have access to, right? Research shows it’s not that simple.