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To Increase Productivity, Avoid Multitasking

Most people look for ways to increase their productivity. Many of them believe that they will be more productive by handling several tasks simultaneously, what is known as “multitasking”. But this is actually a trap! By trying to perform many … Continue reading

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Digital Nomads: The Upside of Being Always Connected and Working from Anywhere

Today lots of people complain about being always connected to work. A recent study shows that: 45 percent of workers feel obligated to respond to emails after hours. 42 percent of employees feel obligated to check in with work while … Continue reading

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Sharing Some Bits of Wisdom

Sometimes I find some amazing content on the Web which I want to share with all the readers of my blog. The picture below was created by Anna Vital, and I think it presents in a very concise form some … Continue reading

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On Success and Failures

When you see a successful person, it is very easy to say that this person was “lucky”. But real success always comes after multiple failures. And the only real failure is to stop trying before you reach success. We must … Continue reading

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On Happiness and Realistic Expectations

In general I’m known by my friends as a smiling person. Once a colleague asked me: “Why are you always smiling?” Then I smiled and answered him: “Because I have low expectations!” Just think about it. What is frustration? What … Continue reading

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The Iceberg Illusion: Hidden Success Factors

Do you believe in luck? Are successful people luckier than the average person? Did they have more opportunities? Did they have access to things most people don’t? I don’t believe so. I think that what makes people successful is their … Continue reading

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How I lost during 7 years. And then I won.

My father started teaching me chess when I was seven years old. He never let me win, as most people normally do when they play against small children. He would always play seriously, making me understand that my purpose was … Continue reading

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