“The Journey of a Wandering Mind”
In this blog you are going to learn about different productivity and studying techniques, books and philosophical ideas that I stumble over consistently.
They helped me out and I’m sure they’ll do you a great deed as well. It’s all about sharing the journey on becoming a better version than you were yesterday!
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Did you ever need to listen to that boring relative on a reunion who just isn’t able to tell his stories in an exciting way?
Maybe that description even fits you yourself?
This book teaches you the basics and specifics of how to speak effectively!
One of the very early classics of self-help literature which condenses a lot of knowledge about self-awareness into about 200 pages.
It’s especially helpful to people who are new to the self-development scene but should but taken with a grain of salt!
What types of friendship are there?
What characterizes a meaningful friendship?
How can we think about friendship philosophically and psychologically?
In our daily lifes we are subject to countless fallacies and biases which inevitably lead to wrong decisions and judgments.
This book condenses decades of psychological findings into a guide on how to recognize and overcome them!
Problems with focusing on task? Feeling overwhelmed with a huge or annoying project? This is my go-to-method to tackle these challenges!
Find out how tomatoes can help you effectively!
Starting out with a new project like exercising can be fun. However, people sadly often overestimate their abilities to stick to their habits and fail after a short time!
Is there a way then to keep your long-term success high and stick to your resolutions? Mini Habits are the answer! Find out more about them in this post!
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