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What day of the week is it even?

This missive will feel very, very harsh if you actually get it. Not if you get the words – if you get “it”. And the harsher it feels, the better. Because probably, maybe, just about you…

Execution

A lot of people are confused and disoriented by the coronavirus circus. Few realize that they are in that position because they never really had a grip on their lives. They have lived with an illusion…

Antifragility of the Mind

If you’ve been paying any attention at all, you must’ve noticed by now that your mind can be a pretty messy place. Unless, of course, you’re braindead. Or so addicted to your dumbphone and the couch-potato…

Always Be Closing

The ABC of master salesmanship is commonly misunderstood, by layman and professional alike. Many people harbor the delusion that closing a sale is about cheap tactics, distractions, funnels, filters and who knows what else. That’s how…

The three-list system

Predictable as life can be for me, I still manage to surprise myself at times. A couple of days last week brought one of those surprises. I didn’t imagine myself capable of engineering a gut-wrenching experience…

Making days count

No day will ever count until you make it so. Some days you wake up and you don’t want to get out of bed. Those are the loathsome days. Some days you wake up and you…

The one rule to rule them all

I was off artificial sweeteners for the past two weeks. Completely unintentionally, but consistently. Last couple of days I did a fast, which included ample amounts of coffee. And I was traveling and walking outside for…

Chuck of the damned

Before getting murdered, in 1998 Chuck Palahniuk’s father kept asking him for an introduction to Wynona Rider. Chuck kept on thinking: “I’m not gonna introduce my father to Wynona Rider because I know he’s gonna hit…

Engineering of the Mind

Self-improvement doesn’t work out for most people because they don’t know how actions translate to results that feed more forward action. And actions can begin with a tiny little shift in attitude. If you just stop…