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The Strange thing you didn't know about Happiness and Success

happiness and success

Take a look at the picture on your left. Two characters are looking at planks of wood, one sees four, the other three.

Who sees the situation correctly?

Believe it or not, they both do because the position you are in when looking at any object or subject will determine the view you take of it. 

The Lessons Learned from a Wasted Youth

wasted youth

I turn 35 in a couple of months. I feel young but by the system's standards I'm not too far off being middle aged.

Self Improvement is Masturbation: Tyler Durden's 3 Rules for an Exciting Life

Tyler Durden 3 rules for an exciting life

Is your life dull?

Are you weighed down by the day to day stresses of paying the bills, commuting to work and dealing with people you dislike? 

Do you sometimes wish you could be another person? 

If your answer to any of these questions is 'yes' then we've got the solution for you.

Or more accurately, Tyler Durden does. 

The 3 Things you Absolutely MUST do with your Time on Earth

How to create a life where you can achieve the impossible

I'm no fan of '30 things you must do before you reach 30' type lists. The idea that there is some universal standard of achievement and experience is too conformist for me. So I've come up with an alternative.

What Everybody Ought to Know About the Easy Path

Please draw your attention to the graph on your left. The y axis is a difficulty rating scale with 10 being the highest, and 1 the lowest. On the x axis we have the years of a person’s life, starting with 25 and finishing at 75. The blue curve is the theoretical chart of a person who, faced with a life changing opportunity at the age of 25, decides to stick with the path they know (easy path). The red curve charts that same person’s progress if they were to grasp the opportunity and screw the system. Let’s explain.