Gifted People and Dysfunction

Bethoven was deaf, and given to outbursts of violent anger. I'm pretty sure he never seriously injured anyone, or we probably would have heard about it. Still, his social skills were...lacking. Not the most cordial and graceful guy in conversations, Bethoven was none the less lauded for his intensity when it manifested itself in music. … Continue reading Gifted People and Dysfunction

How to Brighten Your Day

Every internet marketer knows that it can be a real drag getting things done. I'm going to show you a simple series of daily discipiplines I do to get the day rolling right. Sit upright. Yup, you heard me right. Before I fall out of bed, I sit up in bed. Admit it, marketer; getting … Continue reading How to Brighten Your Day

Why your New Year’s Resolution fails you|…Like, every year.

Tell me, reader, why is it that we make impossible New Year's goals, that we know we will fail at? I think it's because we get obsessed with goal setting rather than goal reaching. Goal setting is what happens when twenty people say, "So what are YOUR New Year's resolutions?" and we think, "hmmm, what … Continue reading Why your New Year’s Resolution fails you|…Like, every year.

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

The secret to success....segmenting If you want to get a goal done, and done right, then you need to learn the secret of breaking your goals up. It's not enough to break your goal up into 2 or three steps. No, to really be successful, break those goals down into yearly, quarterly, and seasonal goals. … Continue reading How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

How to break (or start) any bad habit in three weeks, max

Dislaimer: If you are suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, or if you are suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder, then you may find this advice incomplete for your needs. It’s my moral obligation to encourage you to get professional help for these things. Okay, we’ve all read the reports from articles like “Psychology … Continue reading How to break (or start) any bad habit in three weeks, max