The ability to see things before they actually happen is what enables us to pursue our dreams and ultimately achieve them. In fact, the better we visualize the future we want, the better our chances to make it happen. How do we develop and apply the powerful skill of visualization?
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’…
I just finished counting all votes for the Lists Group Writing Project, and now it’s time to announce the top picks among the 67 entries. And the winners are…
This is the final list of participants in the Lists Group Writing Project. Thanks to all the 67 participants who submitted their lists!
Since its publication back in 1988, The Now Habit has become well-known among chronic procrastinators looking for ways to overcome this crippling condition, and for very good reasons. Check out this summary with all ideas from this great book.
Inspired by the positive feedback I got for the article ‘Tackle Any Issue With a List of 100‘, I decided to kick off a Group Writing Project. Read on to check how you can participate, have some fun and be in the run to win a cash prize and some amazing creativity boosters.
The List of 100 is a powerful technique you can use to generate ideas, clarify your thoughts, uncover hidden problems or get solutions to any specific questions you’re interested in.
The very act of explaining a problem out loud can, by itself, be enough to solve it. How can this deceptively simple strategy work so well? How can we leverage it, transforming it in a problem-solving technique we can use at anytime?