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This post and it’s title refer to a post that Steve Pavlina made on his blog quite a long time ago. The premise of said post is very simple: It shows you how you can find your life’s purpose, the reason why you are here in the first place and the answer to the question about what you are supposed to do in your life. And all you need is a pen, some paper and about 20 minutes of your time.
Pretty intriguing, eh? Read on, it gets better.
This is just a quick video I made today about a new insight that I’ve had. It’s thanks to my 30 Videos in 30 Days challenge that I came to a point where I have to rethink what I am doing with these videos. Specifically, the ones I am making for ExplorativeApproach. Instead of writing more about it, I’ll just let the video do the talking:
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts about this.
I decided to launch into a new personal challenge, even though the 30 Videos in 30 Days one is still under way (and going quite well, thanks for asking). The challenge is simply to build enough strength to be able to do 21 pull-ups. Clean pull-ups, mind you. But just watch the video, where you’ll see exactly what I mean.
This is another entry in my personal 30 Videos in 30 Days challenge. I tried out a new webcam with this one and the result is… well, not as charming as I had hoped. But it’s all about the content, right? In this video, I share a short story about a personal realization I had. The realization has to do with fighting chickens and martial arts.
No, I haven’t gotten stuck with my 30 Videos in 30 Days project (thankfully). This video is about some of the thoughts I have on why we tend to get stuck and how we can get unstuck again. It is something of a sequel to my last video (Taking Action in the Information Age), since the ideas presented in this video stem partially from the concept I talked about in that video.
This is another video-entry. In today’s video I share some of my thoughts about what it means to live in the information age. You (yes, you) are one of the most privileged people in the history of humankind. I know that, because you’re reading something on the Internet. The access you have to information is absolutely mind-boggling and was unimaginable for people even just one or two generations before ours. Watch my video for an important little insight on this matter:
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My 10 Distraction-Free Days experiment has come to a close and in this post, I want to share the very interesting experiences I had with it. Let me say right to begin with: The experiment didn’t go as I had imagined it would. What it did do, however, was open my eyes to something new.