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Don’t take it personally

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Nothing others say or do is because of you. It’s because of themselves. Not too long ago (2014), I launched a small, and simple online course. It was my first attempt at it, something completely new to me. I will not go into details of the course itself, but the content is related to personal development. Just something I felt compelled to share with others. Plus, I wanted to try a new...

Anticipation is power

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I really love this phrase: Anticipation is power. I believe I heard it from Tony Robbins. We usually condition ourselves to react: If (and when) this happens, then I’ll do that. The problem with reacting is that we’ll always be late to the game. I’m not saying it’s too late to change a situation after it happened. But it’s easier to act before, maybe even avoid a bad...

Relationship: It didn’t work out

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“my relationship didn’t work out.” This is something I tend to disagree with, and I hear people say it all the time. From my understanding, if you’re in a relationship with someone you love, for any period of time, it is working out. If the relationship ended, maybe it worked out for the time it was supposed to. Now, if you’re in a relationship with someone you don’t love, and you say it isn’t...

My 500 Words

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“Here’s what I know about writing: It happens in small bites. Step by step. One little chunk at a time.” – Jeff Goins Yep, this is exactly what is looks like… I will write at least 500 words per day, for 31 days. [Writing] Doing this for the next 31 days because I can #my500words #habits — Sergio Felix (@ITSergioFelix) March 19, 2015 When I stumbled upon this post...

When is it ok to quit?

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“Quitting is never easy.” Well, this isn’t always the case. There are plenty of situations when quitting is the easiest solution—the quick way out. This, of course, doesn’t mean it’s always the right way to go. There’s a lot to consider before you decide to pull the plug on a job, a project, a relationship. I’ve probably faced this type of situation more than the average human being, and guess...

50 Episodes Later

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As mentioned here: I’ve been podcasting.   Let me just start by saying this, if you’ve been pondering with the idea of doing this yourself, just do it. It’s honestly one of the best things I’ve done lately. The format I chose is short (1-2 min), and on a daily basis. You could do differently, maybe a longer show once a week. It doesn’t matter. But do it in a way that you will be able...

Take it from here

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Have you ever felt like your life stagnated? A heavy feeling of dullness.   I have, and it SUCKS! Before I even noticed I found myself no longer excited about new challenges. Low on creative juices. Dragging myself out of bed every single morning. I wanted to avoid doing even the things I liked—reading or listening to music. And that’s when it started to get interesting. Trying to...

I’ve been podcasting for 30 days

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This was something I wanted to do for a very long time now, but I always found the perfect excuse to postpone it… Until recently.   In the beginning of August, I decided that I was going to start podcasting every day (weekdays). I had no idea what I was going to talk about, but as soon as I took the decision it popped in my head. I was going to talk about the stuff I love learning and...

7 Days of Gratitude

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My friend Sergio Felix has nominated me for the 7 Days of Gratitude challenge.   Day 7 The 3 things that I’m grateful for today: Sun + Blue Skies This is the last day of this fun challenge. Such a perfect Sunday! Beautiful, peaceful day, with the sun shinning and blue skies. Udemy If you have no clue what Udemy.com is, you should definitely check it out. A very nice way to learn! Freedom...

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