I am back with the second part of Develop Your Life #3. As you may not have read the first part yet which I highly recommend you to read because every information I share has value, we have been talking about the obstacles I came across while fighting against procrastination for an entire week. Now that… Read More DYL #3: Allies of Procrastination part 2
Here I am to share with you my progress in the everlasting fight against procrastination. First of all, let me tell you how I proceeded. My weapon of choice was a timetable. Why ? Because time is the most important resource you’ll ever have, probably the only one that is never to be regained once… Read More DYL #3: Allies of Procrastination Part 1
There are five types of resources in life, the first is the only one to have a material form, it is money. The four others are abstract, they are time, social network, courage and knowledge. Now I want you to take a few seconds to identify any one of you problems and you will see… Read More The five resources that you need
Have you ever wondered how different your life would be if you didn’t procrastinate at all? How much you would achieve every single day, how much productive you would be ? You can certainly imagine, but can you do it ? Here is where I come into play to help you out. You need to… Read More DYL #2: Ever thought of not procrastinating ?
“If you are able to execute every single time you are supposed to, always with the same energy and consistency, not only are you bound to win by default because you will be the only one left still executing but you will also develop a habit of taking actions until success is achieved.” Pierre-André. … Read More Are you disciplined enough for success ?
“You are your best companion, you spend more time listening to your own thoughts than you do listening to others, so if you don’t believe in yourself, if the cheers from your mind don’t roar so loud that others can hear it, then how can you expect somebody else to do it for you ?… Read More Are you your number one fan ?
“Aim and achieve so high that your failures are greater than an other’s success.” Dre Baldwin.