My friends nicknamed me Mr. Consistency. Clearly, they thought I possess this trait at an extraordinary level. However, there is nothing extraordinary about my consistency. It is mundane, even boring. It is not so difficult at all. Most think consistency is hard, difficult, impossible, tough, unstable, untenable, and unsustainable. Most people are wrong. Whether you […]
The 9th year of my The Slight Edge journey might have been the most tumultuous one. A lot happened to the world, to my business, and to me. I made it through only thanks to my daily self-care habits, which I don’t even recognize as such. They have been a part of my life for […]
I love books that provoke me to think, and Your Personal Truth was certainly one of them. Also, I consider myself an expert on the self-discovery subject; I even wrote a book about it. Yet, I still learned a ton from reading Your Personal Truth and found the questions and exercises recommended by the author extremely […]
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Eight years ago, exactly at the 26th of May 2013, I published my first book. When I had hit the ‘publish’ button, I secretly hoped for things every first-time writing greenhorn dreams about: fame and money. And maybe a little bit of the writer’s lifestyle – working as much as I wanted, when I wanted, […]
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Plus a rule of thumb to get there In January 2021, I checked the Huawei smart band app on my phone. I peeked into ‘Achievements,’ and I saw I was in the top 2% of people using the band. Well, in one category, but I imagine it’s a crucial one for the fit bands users: […]
Hi. Meet reality. It looks like this:(The Slight Edge chart) Only what you do consistently over a long period matters. The consequences of your spontaneous actions are irrelevant in the long run. Today you spontaneously decide to sit on a couch and binge-watch a series on Netflix. Tomorrow you spontaneously decide to go for a […]
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Are you curious about a 3-month delay? I explained it in my first income report. I hired a VA from Philippines. I knew from the outset she was not a perfect fit, but I decided to hire her anyway. Partly, out of laziness. I was so overwhelmed that I didn’t bother to look for another […]
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This book is a golden nugget. Hidden in the mud. I remember that, while reading it, I didn’t have big a-ha moments. I didn’t think much of the book. It was short, sweet and to the point. Yet, when I checked out the highlights, I was amazed how many I took and how apt they […]
Deconstructing a few success stories from my life. Image by Mohamed Nuzrath from Pixabay The difficulty level depends on the habit very much. I’ll give you a few examples. 1. Gaming Habit I played computer games since I was exposed to the computer at the age of 12. I played my whole adult life till I was 33 […]
Are you curious about a 3-month delay? I explained it in my first income report. In January, things were slowly starting to open up after the lockdown. I went back to working at the office. Commuting was a welcomed experience after almost three months of sitting at home all the time. My old routines were […]
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