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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 …

Assets and liabilities: 25 years for “Rich Dad Poor Dad” book

Accounts receivable and accounts payable are the yin and yang of business: When incomes and consumptions stay in sound harmony, the organization can quickly jump all over development chances, and associations with clients and providers stay on a positive balance. Realizing the distinction between accounts payable and accounts receivable is indispensable for entrepreneurs who need …

Lighthouse of Alexandria and octagonal mental palaces

Octagonal (8 walls) ¬†mental palaces are seriously underrated. They can be unique, memorable, and extremely comfortable for placing into larger mental landscapes. Moreover, I claim the octagonal mental palaces are extremely easy to generate and very suitable for short and not super-dense articles. I would go as far as recommend them as the first mental …

How to Use Pinterest for Business: 8 Strategies You Need to Know.

In a world where technology keeps advancing, businesses are using ever-more innovative ways to advertise and connect with consumers. Pinterest is one of the latest venues for businesses to grow their customer base. Pinterest is a social media platform that allows users to create pin boards of their favorite things. Pinterest can be used for …

Feedback: handling criticism and rejection

Most of us are not very good at handling criticism. We tend to reduce openness and hold our positions. Even when the criticism is nicely packed and presented by our beloved mentor it can be tough to handle. Destructive criticism is ignored, or worse, can generate antagonism. We can learn to handle feedback better. How? …

How To Improve Communication In Your Business: A Step-by-step Guide

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Communication is the key to success in any business. If you want your company to thrive, then you need to improve your communication skills. In this post, we will share with you 7 steps that will help you improve your communication skills. There are a lot of ways to improve communication skills. One way is …

Speedwriting: the best of long-term memorization and creative writing (no more spaced repetitions!)

The basic idea of speedwriting is very simple. If we research a subject, read about it, create notes, and memorize everything we need, writing about the subject should be really easy. And if we write about something creatively, remembering it for years after writing also becomes easy. I call this virtuous circle speedwriting. TLDR We …

PAOs: the heart of the memory sports

Memory sports are not as popular as chess, yet there are serious brain athletes with immense skills. Most of them use small variations of PAO in mental palaces. What makes these methods so powerful, and why some athletes are better than others? It’s not just memorization If you want to encode and memorize 10 decks …

Walking meditation and PAOs

Walking meditation is a great activity to deal with stress and feel closer to nature. We usually walk in the local park. As the itinerary is repetitive, we can make it more fun by placing PAO visualizations as we walk. Reviewing these PAO visualizations we may be reminded of the tasks we want to perform …

Managing Your Documents: Google Docs, Confluence, And Sharepoint

The tools you use can make or break your way to success. Having an efficient collaboration and document management tool is the most important need for any organization, especially in times when team members are working from separate locations. An organization undertakes various business operations with shared roles and responsibilities, so flawless collaboration and communication …

Speedreading x100: from vocalization to sub-visualization

What if I told you that you can improve your reading speed not by x2 or x3 but x100 without losing comprehension? This is speedreading on steroids! Going from vocalization (100 wpm) to sub-visualization (10 000 wpm) is just that. You might think I am crazy. Yet this is exactly what happened to me. Everybody …