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How to solve (almost) any problem: pay the price

Today I want to share an amazing technique for dealing with problems. It’s called paying the price. If something’s bothering you, if you’re experiencing discomfort, this technique can help you get rid of it. It

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The mini-retirement: a safe way to try a different lifestyle

Variety is the spice of life, they say. But when it comes to scheduling work and play, the vast majority of people run on the same schedule. Between your twenties and your sixties, you work

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The complete guide to setting up OmniFocus for maximum productivity

Do you want to learn how to set up OmniFocus in the optimal way? If so, this guide is for you. I’ve spent dozens of hours researching and testing which OmniFocus setup leads to maximum productivity. In this guide, I will

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Five ways to regain some balance in your workday

In almost all jobs there will be some good days and some less than ideal days. Even if our work is normally engaging and rewarding, it’s bound to push us off balance now and then.

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Suffering less by changing situations or accepting them

Most of us suffer emotional pain daily. We may feel pain in our relationships, in our thoughts and feelings about ourselves, or in situations at work. And when we suffer, we may act less than

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Nine ways to save on recurring costs and start investing today

One of my favorite ways to help people is to encourage them to save for retirement. Or better yet, to save and invest to work towards financial independence. But when I recommend saving, people often