Category Archives: Big lessons

Mind fitness record

I worked from home today. I woke up 5:20 am. I sent a message to my cover designer asking for a final tweak of a paperback cover. I put together a bunch of posts and Quora answers and sent them … Continue reading

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Prayer

I worked in the night going to sleep after midnight and waking up before 3 am. I started my day at 5 am and worked again. I did part of my routine, reviewed two more chapters of consistency book, saw … Continue reading

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Disciplined effort

“For every disciplined effort there is a multiple reward.” — Jim Rohn This is one of my favorite JR quotes. It deserves the story: On of my sparse disciplines was doing a consecutive series of pushups every day. I wanted … Continue reading

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Do I write better than Stephen R. Covey?

Amazon did another change and I can finally buy $1 books for $1.22, instead of $3.68. So I bought a competing book – “How to develop personal mission Statement” by Stephen R. Covey (supposedly). I’ve read it within less than … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Silence Challenge summary (up to day) + big lessons.

Being totally silent in today’s world is so hard, that almost impossible. I didn’t reach my goal of not uttering a word for the whole day, but I learned a lot. And the lessons I learned were sometimes quite unexpected. … Continue reading

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Big lessons from my first professional exam

I took the day off to take my first professional exam in life – administration of Oracle database. I woke up 5:55 am and did my morning routine – morning workout, posting on this blog, checking my sales, reading my … Continue reading

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Beware what you wish…

I’m terrible at visualization. Words are my domain. Pictures in my head are bleak and fuzzy. I need conscious effort to imagine the simplest thing. So it’s hard for me to visualize my desires. Yet, they are coming true. 8th … Continue reading

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