CategorySelf Improvement/Motivation

Why You Should Sometimes Stand Up While You Work

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It’s well-known that working at a computer all day isn’t particularly good for your health. While it may not present any immediate or obvious danger in the same way that working with a jackhammer might, it can nevertheless gradually wear your body down and lead to a number of health problems from migraines and vision loss, to backache and RSI in your hands. Apart from anything else...

Why Procrastination Isn’t Always a Bad Thing…

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There are countless articles out there telling you how to stop procrastinating and a hundred different techniques that claim to be able to instantly end your YouTube browsing ways. However, while some of these may work for you, it’s important not to lose sight of one important point – procrastination isn’t always bad for you and it can actually have a number of benefits. So how can...

The Most Simple But Smart Self-Improvement Tips

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Self-improvement books and articles are highly popular at the moment, in a world that is constantly pushing us to work faster, socialise more and look healthier these tomes offer us somewhere to turn that promises answers. All of us it seems want to be happier, smarter, richer and more popular and there’s a ton of literature out there to help us accomplish those aims. The only problem? The...

The Amazing Link Between the Body and Mind, and How to Make the Most of It

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We all know that the mind and the body are linked. Apart from anything else, it is of course the mind that we use in order to control our bodies, so there has to be at least some kind of relationship here (in fact this happens because they are physically linked via the central nervous system). What many people fail to realise though is just how strong the link is the other way – just how much the...

One Quick Trick That Will Help You Complete Your To-Do List MUCH Faster

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Writing a to-do list is a fantastic way to make sure you don’t forget any of your pressing tasks or appointments, it’s highly useful for making everything seem much more manageable and it’s generally one of the most preferred tools of productivity gurus everywhere. Unfortunately, there’s one problem with to do lists for most of us, which is that we don’t want to...

How to Be a Cool Geek

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Not so long ago, the term ‘geek’ was synonymous with being a loser or of being out of touch with what was cool and trendy. Geeks were four-eyed freaks who were the butt of jokes and who never got the girl/guy. Today though, that’s changed to a certain degree. While you still get the occasional awkward nerd that fits the stereotype, the ubiquity of technology and popular culture has allowed geeks...

The Golden Circle – How to Inspire People

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The ability to inspire people is truly a gift. Lots of us can motivate people, and it’s not that unusual to be able to lead people – but to be able to inspire people is something entirely different. Those who inspire, lead by example and get the best from those around them; to inspire is to light a fire inside someone and compel them to go out there and achieve something. It’s so much better than...

How to Multitask More Effectively

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Studies have shown definitively that multitasking is not particularly good for our productivity. While we might think that it would be useful to try and complete multiple tasks at once in order to save time and finish more quickly, the reality is that we would almost always be better served by completing one task then moving on to the other. The reason for this is simply that it’s difficult...

One Simple Tip That Will Increase Your Productivity and Discipline – And Takes Two Minutes a Day

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Bringing about change in our own behaviour is something that many of us struggle with. Intuitively we may believe ourselves to have dominium over our actions and thoughts, yet sometimes simple things like concentrating on a task, or giving up a bad habit can be seemingly near impossible. The idea of being able to make yourself considerably more disciplined and focused in just a few minutes a day...

The Importance of Manners – How Saying Please Can Get You What You Want

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Among the top things that parents will generally try to instil in their children is a good sense of manners. While it’s still perfectly possible to be successful and popular without good manners, and while you’re not going to get into any trouble with the law for omitting a please or thank you; manners are still somewhat a source of pride for parents and one of the ways that we judge...

Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki is a full time writer who spends most of his time in the coffee shops of London. Adam has a BSc in psychology and is an amateur bodybuilder with a couple of competition wins to his name. His other interests are self improvement, general health, transhumanism and brain training. As well as writing for websites and magazines, he also runs his own sites and has published several books and apps on these topics.

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