One of the most important values in life is the difference between action and motion. One of my favorite books, Atomic Habits by James Clear talks about that a lot. While I dive into the world of productivity more and more every single day, I start to realize productivity's ultimate goal. First of all, we have … Continue reading Perils of non-activity
Addictions are bad. It doesn't matter what you are addicted to. Being addicted to something means not having control. You should be able to control yourself, shouldn't you? Everyone is addicted to something; it's either good or bad, maybe both, but it's always there. To break an addiction, you need to change. That's the simple … Continue reading Addicted to change
Two weeks ago I wrote about why relations are the most important aspect of school. Now, I'll try to help you establish new, powerful relations, and improve the existing ones. It certainly is not an easy task, but I think that there are some basic principles that apply to all scenarios. Start with respect The … Continue reading How to establish powerful relations
A simple question: Have you ever felt bad when going to school? I suspect that every person will answer yes. Everyone remembers those moments when school was the worst. It usually happens before an important exam or when your best friend or favorite teacher disagrees with you. We all have those stories. Most schools are … Continue reading Relations: The most important aspect of school
Let's face it. You don't really know why you can't focus. Wherever you go, something, maybe small, maybe big distracts you. It happens to all of us all the time. And it truly is annoying, but you already know that. You just want to start doing the things you're supposed to do without major distractions. … Continue reading How to create a non-distractive study environment
Are you stuck? By stuck, I mean not able to grow. If yes, then below you may find an answer. It happens to all of us. Everyone gets stuck sometimes. Of course, that can happen in many ways, for example: You're working on a very important project, and you can't move forward either because of your … Continue reading Stuck? Move.
The vast majority of all end-the-of-year school exams take place in April, May, and June. They’re very often accompanied by stress, uncertainty, and extrinsic pressure. Throughout your educational journey you probably already encountered a few and are going to face many more. That’s just how life is. Someday I’ll definitely share with you what I … Continue reading How to clean your mind before an exam
To be honest, I never really got into social media. I had accounts on most platforms, I had friends, followers, and all that stuff. I even posted quite regularly. But it never became a part of my personality, I wasn’t living the “insta-life” or regularly engaged in Twitter discussions. But I still spent a lot … Continue reading Running out of time? Delete social media