Being an Apple fan these days isn't easy. It's much better to be a Steve Jobs fan. A perfectionist visionary that constructed the life of technology we know today. This article isn't about the features and failures of the latest iPhone. It's about Steve Jobs.
Were it not great if we had a model that makes your work count gradually, step by step, in the long run. Then the what we invest would show, eventually. A model to focus on what's important - yourself.
For the last 6 months or so, I’ve been writing about getting better. But within this context of better, I also realised that there’s another vital thing to keep in mind and an area I want to devote more of my writing to. That is, focusing on yourself.
There are two learning principles that you simply have to pay attention to: bottom-up and top-down learning. One produces knowledge for the learner and the other distributes it to the learner. They're all around us and you can use them too.
Many successful people say that one cannot succeed without failure first. It's very similar in big industries such as aviation and healthcare. But that doesn't mean that you cannot include it in your lifestyle. Quite the opposite - you should.
Compounding knowledge is the gradual accumulation of knowledge that builds upon itself. It holds true for both wide and deep learning. Warren Buffet is a great example of going deep, whereas Roger Federer first went wide. But which is better?
Equations are a way of understanding and explaining the world around us. But the most important one to truly understand is the compound interest equation. Easy to understand, broadly applicable, and capable of achieving remarkable results.
Many successful people emphasise the role of morning habits in their success. They are highly suggested among psychologists and scientists. The truth, however, lies in each individual.
Ever asked yourself how come can some people achieve so much while doing many different things? Well, that may just be the answer to achieve your goals. Applying some rules such as the Parkinson's Law and focusing on the process might just be the key.
Lebron James is arguably one of the best basketball players of all time. He entered the NBA at the age of 18, straight out of high school. He's also considered incredibly talented. Yes, genes determine our lives in many ways. So does our talent. But that cannot be all.
MedAT is a rigorous medical school admissions exam performed by medical schools in Austria to choose their top 10% of candidates. One task involves memorising 8 patient records in 8 minutes. How to achieve such levels of memorisation, integrate the techniques and apply them? Find out here.
In 1971, as the Vietnam War was heading into its sixteenth year, Americans discovered that that over 15 percent of U.S. soldiers stationed there were heroin addicts. But upon returning home, everything changed. That's the power of environment.
Two of the most useful social media platforms, Instagram and Twitter. How can you use them to guarantee your maximum efficiency? Find out in this post.
How about a weekend trip to Brussels during school to reset yourself? Sounds good, right? Is it doable? I think so. My girlfriend and I decided to just go and forget about what was going on in our school lives and it proved to be a great decision. I reserved 2 seats on a Ryanair and off we went.
Facebook and Snapchat are two of the more popular social media platforms, which makes them easy to addict to. However, with a few tweaks and approaches, this can all be solved and you can use them both without any sacrifices.
Social media usage affects us in many ways sometimes not exactly apparent to us. This blog post discusses its effects on sleep, brain and social success.