1000 articles per week

Occasionally I read 1000 articles per week. This takes me about 90 minutes per day or one entire weekend. I honestly thought it to be normal and was surprised that some people find it astonishing. You do not even need to read very fast to use this skill. What is an average article? A good …

Create your own passions list

It is a good idea to write your bucket list. But what if you exhausted the ideas for your bucket list? Try building a passion list instead! I definitely think it beats bucket list: we have a very long life and die only once. The bucket list popularity People have regrets when they die. The …

Building up your emotional capital

Is there such a thing as emotional capital? Like, can you collect certain experiences as a war chest and use them wisely? Can one apply an investment portfolio approach to one’s life experiences? Some say you can. And I want to explore the subject with you. You can also read here, here, and here. How …

Multitasking using tabs in your memory

When we work in a browser we open many tabs. Different people will use different portfolios of tabs and windows. The thing is, we do not do this in our own heads when we multitask. And this can be fixed. Tabs vs windows when browsing Some people have many tabs, some have many windows and …

Puzzled? Transform depression into motivation!

Comics heroes often discover their greatest strength once they hit the bottom. Sometimes it feels this way to real people. We can transform our depression and confusion into creative breakthroughs and a surge of motivation. Each time we do not feel that good with ourselves we can reframe that into a motivational moment.  You may …

One on one coaching with Anna will dramatically improve your success chances

Once a year, we emphasize the role of 1:1 training with Anna. Every year we are asked to explain the advantages of life coaching with video courses. This time I will take a different approach and address the way you can combine resources. If you scroll to the end of this article, you will see …

How to Get Back to Studies After a Long Gap

People have a list of reasons for taking gap years in college or returning after a long period out of school. Many of the same concerns apply to corporate training. Family responsibilities, medical issues, and avoiding burnout are a few. We also see movie storylines centered around people returning to school, like “Larry Crowne”. Although …

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 …

Set Up a Home Workspace That Inspires Productivity

Working from home has become the new norm for a lot of people, but adaptation has been slow. Not everyone is used to working in this kind of environment, and maintaining productivity can be challenging. Where and how you work can have a massive impact on the quality of work you can provide. Because of …

How To Love Studying: Tips And Lifehacks

If you want to grow as a person, you need to love studying. But what if learning is perceived as heavy duty and the desire to learn appears only periodically? How to love learning and motivate yourself if learning is a lifelong journey? Even after graduating from school and university, people continue to learn, for …