Yes, I’m gonna piss you off today.
I think you forgot something. Something very important.
What are you waiting for? Are you waiting for a sign from God, aliens, or Saint Johnny Walker? Sit down and take a look at your life. Ask yourself, “What’s my biggest suffering? That suffering that makes my stomach shrink, my fist clench, and the rage burst?” Continue reading “I’m Gonna Piss You Off”
It’s wrongly said that behind every successful man is a powerful woman. The idea is correct, but the woman’s position is in front of the man because the only useful or pleasant things she can do behind the man is to scratch his back or to give him a relaxing massage. Continue reading “What Sends Them on the Battlefield?”
Yes! Books have the power to change lives.
The reader’s life and through his actions, the lives of those around him. I’m not only talking about those books that demand you to obey, believe without thinking or kill those who dare to address God using another name than the one stated in the “holy” book. Continue reading “Can Books Really Change Lives?”
Have you ignored email marketing so far?
If you hear voices out there claiming that the old saying, “The money is in the list” is outdated and the email marketing is dead, you shouldn’t doubt your mental sanity. These voices are real, but it doesn’t mean they’re right.
Yes, we have our emails flooded with spam, but in spite of this sad truth, email marketing is still a must for any digital entrepreneur that doesn’t want to leave the money on the table. Continue reading “Are You Really Gonna Leave the Money on the Table?”
…but not for everyone.
There were plenty of retirement parties in the last years I spent on my former job. I didn’t like this kind of parties, for two particular reasons: they reminded me that I was getting older, and the more years I had worked with that fellow, the stronger the feeling was. On the other hand, I knew they were actually goodbye parties, and as I knew for sure that I might never see those people again, they give me a grim feeling of emptiness, no matter how good the wine was.
Mike retired in June. The party lasted till late at night, in spite of the mosquitos and some hundreds of calls on our mobiles from about thirty impatient wives. We had enough beer and the barbeque was great, so we didn’t bother. Continue reading “Tomorrow is another day…”
The early bird catches the worm… the ending of this old saying suffered various adjustments along the time, more or less tendentious, like for example:
The early bird…
- …has slept in the bed of other man’s wife
- …sleeps with all the chicks
- …takes a nap after lunch
- …is yawning all day long
- …drinks an extra coffee
- …sleeps less
Appart from these funny adjustments, waking up early is one of the most effective and less obvious secrets on Time Management. We will understand the benefits of this habit while we get through the stages we need to get through to install it. Continue reading “Early Bird Catches the Worm”
Well, it can be both an ally, or an enemy.
Your computer allows you to access all the information and all the education you need to become the best in your field almost for free, it’s a powerful tool you can use to create valuable content and share it to the whole world.
Though, your computer may also become your worst enemy, even worse than your television. It can get you addicted to games, Facebook, and movies and it can feed on your time and energy like a hungry parasite. Continue reading “Your Computer – Friend or Foe?”
Should I define Alpha Personality?
As I’ve said a hundred times so far, I strongly believe that we all should refuse to be ordinary, as we have the potential to be extraordinary.
I’ve created this blog, I work on my books and on my courses, because I strongly believe that all the people can have a strong self-confidence, all the people can be great communicators, all the people are able to enjoy happy relations with the opposite sex, to give and receive love and all the people can earn their wealth starting from zero.
Continue reading “Alpha Personality”
Long before we got down from trees and started to pretend we were wiser than the rest of the mammals, those who ruled the groups, the dominant males, had invented the rules.
Those dominant males were not at all driven by the will to ensure the general harmony or the prosperity of the group, but by their primal needs – they wanted to be the first to eat, sure to be fully fed when they finished a meal, they wanted that nobody touched their women and children, they wanted that nobody dared to confront them, not to be forced to risk a fight that could cost their lives. There is no difference between those dominant males and the politicians, isn’t it? Continue reading “The Origin of Chains”
Lack of focus – it’s main cause is that we live under attack. We are bombarded with information from all around, we are overwhelmed. We have Facebook, Messenger, Skype, our browsers have 20 opened tabs, we have our phone and television. All these ruin your focus. 30 years ago, people were able to focus on one task for 50 minutes. Now, the average is 7 minutes, and that’s too little.
How can you create value, to work on developing your vocation and on monetizing it, if you aren’t able to focus more than 7 minutes on a task? Continue reading “Lack of Focus vs Awesome Productivity”