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Why you shouldn’t believe in luck

First of all, because as any psychologist will tell you, it’s a limiting belief, which will play a non-desired role in your life, taking you to make decisions in an arbitrary way, rather than stepping into your own path (although as you might know there is no path, it’s just here and now). Secondly, because it will remove ownership to your actions, or as we usually do, we will take it just when the outcome is good or positive, removing ourselves from the equation when the har

Who do you think you are?

Because according to studies and experts, it takes just 60 days to become an utterly different person. Saying it in other words, you can build routines and behaviours which will drastically change the person you are now, not only how people will perceive you, but most importantly how you will perceive yourself from the inside-ou Might be the case you still don’t believe it. It’s normal, as it has been like this most of the times, most of your time. However, it’s not me again

What would you die or live for?

Re-writing what it became a viral article in LinkedIn, thanks to being viewed 10.000 times, liked by 109 "influencers" and shared 56 times. Among those was Dr. Marshall Goldsmith recognized #1 Leadership Thinker in the World and the top 5 Management Thinker in 2016. And there it goes, let's recall it... ...This is not about your love, your mum, dad, friend, son or daughter. That’s easy to feel and think about. This is about you, what is that something inside you that burns w

4818 days to save the world

Or said in another words, 19.272 days is the average time of any regular human being in his or her life, assuming that person would live 80 years of age in any given developed country with no major health issues. Not much, isn’t it? This figure results of multiplying 365 days * 80 years, resting the 33% of sleeping time we daily spend. And if to all those little days of life we have, we remove the impact of fear into the equation, the time we have for living is diminishing to

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