Embrace the hair of the wild to change the face of men’s health. Once again I am asking for your support for Movember, this is my 2nd year and I will continue to support this great cause for many more to come.
I have joined the movement and will be donating my upper lip to the cause for 30 days. My Mo will spark conversations, and no doubt generate some laughs; all in the name of raising vital awareness and funds for prostate cancer. Funds raised will help make a tangible difference to the lives of others.
I invite you to support me by donating to me http://mobro.co/ikasalovic
Thank you in advance for helping me change the face of men’s health. Go the Mo!
Ever wonder what a typical day in the life of a history maker looked like? Oliver Burkeman reviews Daily Rituals, a work by Mason Curry, and let’s you in on the daily rituals of history’s most creative minds. How Great Minds Make Time, Find Inspiration, and Get to Work: How Artists Work
Illustration: Jean Julien for the Guardian
As most experienced freelancers know, sometimes we have to fire our clients, for their benefit and ours. But it doesn’t have to be this way. A great article by Paul Jarvis on 99u.com
When facing a daunting project, the best way to fight procrastination is to start–even if it is with the smallest task.
You’ve probably read a slew of tips for besting your to-do list–everything from not letting social media tempt you to cutting back on in-office meetings. But did you realize that there are incredibly simple brain hacks you can do to really boost your productivity? This week, PsyBlog collected some rather fascinating research on just how to get your brain ramped up for ultimate productivity. Among the advice was an explainer on something called the Ziegarnik effect. You might want to take notes because this one little idea might spring you into action.
Read full article at Inc.com
In the time you’ve read this sentence, your brain has processed about 200 “bits” of information.Your brain can handle roughly 100 bits of information per second which then become part of your awareness. Following a conversation between two people takes about that much bandwidth (have you ever noticed how hard it is to follow three or more people talking at the same time?). Read full article at http://99u.com/