Do you know what most great writers have in common? The first thing that come to mind is that they all seem to have a large amount of writing resources. Continue reading
Remember the post I made about getting up early? I thought I follow it up with a small tips I learned from none other than the infamous Bart Simpson (although Lisa claimed that it was the ancient Indians who started using the technique, I see no reasons to doubt Bart’s truthfulness). 🙂 Anyway, this is what you need to do: Continue reading
We negotiate on a daily basis. Sometimes with our friends and family and other times with those who have some kind of authority over us (like a boss or teacher etc). In each case we need some kind of secret psychological weapon to win these negotiations and this is what we are going to discuss today 🙂 Continue reading
I admit, people working in Hollywood are not famous for writing literature (I wonder if they even know what a book is?) but they do know one or two things about generating excitement. The majority of Hollywood movies tend to follow this type of structure: Continue reading
Yes, you heard me right, this is a guide to help you avoid cheating in college. According to a survey conducted by the Josephson Institute of Ethics, as much as 60% of students cheat on tests! The article further claims that athletes are more inclined to cheating (O’ Rly!) than other students. Anyhow, here is how to avoid cheating in two easy steps. Continue reading
What really counts as a good study habit anyway? I see it over and over again, how all of these people go around stressing the importance of developing good study habits but without really asking them selves: who defines what study habits are “good” or “bad”? Why should you be forced to learn in a way that doesn’t suit you, I mean we all learn things differently, right?