The 5 AM Club, why you should read it

It’s been a while since publishing last. But better late than never. Currently I’m at one of my most loved spots in Dublin getting inspired, feeling grateful and doing one of the things in the world I enjoy the most, producing something forever. Writing. Copyright @ Robin Sharma’s Book Cover For those ones who follow Robin Sharma, simply a quick wake up call. Don’t just think because you follow him regularly you already know all what his last book offers, as you will learn an

The one thing that matters (and nothing else)

As Victor Kuppers says – Be sure the thing that matters the most is that single thing that matters the most, nothing else. It seems obvious and simple. However, let me ask a simple question to you. If in the middle of your daily busy day, someone would come to you and ask you that? What would you answer? Probably you would think that person is awkward, weird and crazy. Who in his/her own judgment (full of ego and lack of presence) would take that question seriously at that ti

When less is more (and how to take exponential advantage of it)

Or when two people are in true-love or a teamwork is in deep harmony, or just when someone pays resilient attention to what matters the most when communicating something rather than to what is being communicated. When you see and feel true communication it’s almost as “when the nothing means everything”, or when a pause (a silence) can communicate far beyond than a thousand words. And this is usually happening when we truly care about the receptors side of the message, rather

Why email management kills

Why do leaders, people, and companies create processes to grow if we forget the most important one, “human interaction and mutual understanding”? I would like to give a typical example, which is a complete exaggeration but as real as life itself. When anyone begins working at a company, there is a need and urgency to know all aspects of the environment, what and where things are going on. At this stage, we start learning as sponges. The most important rule that anyone at any

One angel for each nine demons

Psychology, sociology and human interactions experts say for every good deed we do or even think about there will be at least nine times we will procrastinate, or think negatively on our minds, about ourselves or others. That’s the number one reason we need to train and teach our angel as if it was the biggest muscle we have. And of course, the best training we can do for this angel of us is to make him run a marathon. For which we do really need first to learn how to make hi

When there’s nothing left (and you want to give up)

When you are about to throw the towel. When the fears and comfort zone are crying inside loud to their maximum level. Suddenly everything seems to go wrong and you have been left alone, where no-one else can see. It seems as if the world was about to end. But just in our heads, hearts and souls. The world will keep turning, into a million of galaxies universe, where we are an infinitesimal portion of time and form. It just takes a big breath, inhaling, exhaling, and elevate o

Who stole your beauty? (Your art)

Years of survival and evolution have taught us to point fingers at anyone out there. Usually anyone but us. However, whether you, I or anyone else like it or not, this it’s not the focus. It’s precisely you, me, him or her the ones who should take the fire here, take real responsibility. Assuming and recognizing it, this is something not many are willing to start with, not even throughout our lives, until it might be too late, and there is no time to change. At some point in

Moving away from perpetual denial

Is there anything better than the feeling of being special? The same feeling you get when you are an unbroken child and your father, mother or that person teaches you something you end up loving or shows you that awesome new thing you didn’t know it existed. Or the feeling you get when you meet someone special, in which you mirror and project the feelings you get, expecting the other person feels the same about you, and it’s awesome. Or the one you get when you arrive at that

Selling the dream, delivering a nightmare

According to exhaustive studies carried out in Silicon Valley and several prestigious universities, we spend 90% of our time selling something, either if it’s ourselves, products or services and navigating through any of the many stages of the process. It’s is clear this process is quite relevant for us taking it for granted, leaving innovation out of the process. The Rain Group has recently published the conclusions of a highly insightful survey carried out amongst diverse b

Seeing beyond cell screens

As the most respected leader in a well-known media organization cited recently in her farewell message "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” ― Marcel Proust. Or as Greg McKeown, New York Times Bestseller Author relates in his book "Essentialism" - the disciplined pursuit of less: give, do, feel less, but better. It's not necessary to travel far to enjoy the path, nor expense a lot for quality outcomes. it's required a d