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Just like you have training schedule, you could have reading schedule. Below are some posts from this blog you could read… Week Subject Suggested links 1 Superlearner Set your goals, No excuses, Get into “flow”, Change your life, Experience growth, Superlearn with others, Start visualizing 2 Visual markers Make markers fun, Use markers everywhere, Even …

The Complete Guide To Google SEO Best Practices For the Healthcare Industry

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a fundamental pillar to any inbound marketing strategy, and if you are in the healthcare industry, it’s no different. Your SEO strategy determines where you sit on the Search Engine Results Page (SERP). It directly correlates to your findability, a critical component for healthcare practices.  SEO is a long-term play, …

Seven Herbs That Will Reduce Stress and Increase Focus

Anxiety and stress have become an inevitable part of our everyday lives. Being uptight all of the time may harm your quality of life in various ways. There are many practical approaches for dealing with mental health difficulties, but have you considered herbal remedies? Yes, you read it correctly. Some of your favorite herbs may …

JavaScript For Frontend And Backend- Commonalities And Differences

According to studies, JavaScript is the most frequently used programming language. More than two-thirds of those polled said they wanted to utilize it in 2020. The world of programming languages is always evolving to accommodate the needs of companies and their clients. There are an estimated 2500 programming languages in use today. However, that is …

Four Tips for Balancing On-site and Off-site Work

Off-site work has always been a thing, even before the pandemic. Despite the similar approach, working remotely in the pre-COVID days offers different work from home expectations from the current times. There are additional challenges with telework amid a pandemic. From the level of flexibility and workload of employees to the logistic concerns of companies, …

Addiction and success

Some of the things in our brains and bodies are easy to explain. Others are puzzling. I am not even sure if some research results indicate causation or anecdotal correlation. Judge for yourself. More reading here, here, here, here, here, and here. Things success-oriented people do OK, you have probably seen a ton of success-oriented propaganda. …

Relying on personal strengths

All of us are superheroes with strange strengths and weaknesses, so we need to activate our strengths and deal with weaknesses. This metaphor can be transformed into an actionable plan. You can choose the metaphor to empower you and your role models. More reading here, here, here, here, here, and here.   What kind of …

Give yourself a gift: triple something you want or cut by half something you don’t

While there are many ways to spend our weekends and holidays, some are simply more effective than others. We definitely spend some of our time with our loved ones, volunteer and travel. Yet after doing all of these things hopefully there should still be time to make a vital change in our lives. You might …

A grounding year

Doing nothing particular for a while might be a good step. It may provide just enough resources for a major breakthrough, If you happened to spend a couple of years doing nothing in particular, you might be in the perfect spot to try doing something great. Sabbatical I am not a very religious person, yet …

How Your Mood Affects Productivity

There are a large number of things that affect your level of productivity throughout the day. One of the biggest is your mood. A person’s mood has a large impact on almost every aspect of their day. While one’s mood may not have been focused on previously, it’s now known that it plays a large …

Managing impatience

When we cannot wait to do something strange things happen. Usually, we act impulsively, take high or unnecessary risks and miss good opportunities. When we are emotional, we are more animals than humans… Can we fight impatience and become more resilient? More reading here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Impatience is not a …