Everyone is "super busy" and needs to do less, but people feel like the pace of life keeps quickening. Four different ways to say no, so that you can stop doing everything others want and start doing what's important to you.
Our world is obsessed with convenience. I'll write about why learning things the hard way is actually better for us (with some surprising insights from dyslexics who found success because it was hard to learn) and how we can learn things the hard way on purpose.
On how to write yourself a sticky, unique and personal short bio that fits your personality and 160 characters or less, so you can finally use it on any of your social media profiles.
Although I believe I know the "requirements" it turned out to be super tricky and uber hard to write it for others (yes, I tried >> http://shortbio.me), but at least I could share my "wisdom" with you.
I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from Edinburgh, Scotland two years ago. I grew up in Britain, and *appear* to be British, but am more American than anything else. These are some notes from my move, about being a fish out of water, and on the differences in attitude I've encountered in both places.