When you think “it’s over”, but you still have 10.000 laps to go

Or as the most masterminded and hearted ones would say, it takes 10.000 times to conclude “I tried enough”. Michelangelo, Aristotle, Newton, Michael Jordan, Steven Spielberg, Robin Sharma, Joshua Waitzkin, Tim Ferris, Greg Mckeown and other not so well-known names practiced that thing they believed in, with a very concrete and unique pattern in common: they never gave up, until they made it, whichever it was what they believed in or they wanted to accomplish. They kept practi

Xmas is not a date. It’s an attitude (365 days a year)

“Wired but not connected”. How can it be possible that we all (me included) need to wait 365 days to re-engage with the Xmas spirit and what it means? Usually means solidarity and caring for the others in a special way. Usually, during these 15 days of the year, we are more aware of the things happening beyond our bellies and cell phone screens. Why are we just more aware during Xmas? Why do we forget about family, friends, and strangers (people like us) most of the rest of d

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

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

Live and die on this day

For those of you who have not yet watched it, it deserves your time to watch the grey, to grasp the essence of the magical, beautiful, sad and happy message the movie is sending us 360 manner. Be ready to loose, be ready to win, be ready to learn, be ready to grow, be ready to feel compassion, pain, love, hate, regret, all at the same time, all on the same day, all in a second. A second to move it all, to change it all, to make it happen, to begin and end, to destroy and crea

Connect to the "No limits Wi-fi"

Josh Waitzkin author of the book "The art of learning" and several times world champion in martial arts and chess, speaks loudly about it. Most humans tend to judge, cross reference and act taking into account every single second, emotion and experience we have come across in our most recent and not so recent past. Why is that?. Purely surviving reasons behind. This is what made us reach to the point in history and evolution we are in, today. However even though we count on s

Comfort kills, it really does. A tribute to Ibn Ali Miller (March 2017)

Tomorrow is Monday and we may feel bad about it, being our own time!. Sounds crazy, right? Sounds ironic, no? If the answer to these questions is yes, keep reading because you, me and everybody out there could be dying right now. What if we stopped for a second and truthfully assume that might be we buying things, thoughts and values we don’t want and need to please people we don’t like. Who’s to blame there?. Just you, me, him or her, the ones who are letting this happen. I

Why loving our pain

This is the eternal paradox. Recent studies carried out in hundreds of hospitals around the world are revealing 80% of terminal people when asked, what's your number one regret in your life?, they come to a very simple and powerful response; "I did live the life of many others, but mine" and "I was not truthful to myself". At the same time, most of those people when asked if would have had the same friends, jobs or relationships (the what) they replied YES. However, again wha

Being the second, being successful

As Benjamin P. Hardy describes in his masterpiece “Slipstream Time Hacking ” success is not about getting our goals in life. Success is all about how we make those goals happen, and how much we do really enjoy each second we invest in getting those goals happening. Ignacio G. Campos describes success as a second, not referring a second as a momentum being a position in any competition. He describes it as how we live every infinitesimal portion of time we have the luck to live