In 1973, Joe Karbo self-published his famous book the Lazy Man’s Way to Riches. The book sold over 3 million copies. It became one of the most successful self-help books ever sold.
The classic self-development book also contained direct marketing techniques to make money the Lazy Man’s Way. Some say that it looks very amateurish and can be easily dismissed as a marketing scam. Others swear that it brought them riches more than they ever dreamed they could have.
But that’s irrelevant. …
“How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself?”
This quote from Epictetus speaks to so many people in so many different ways.
Hearing this would have troubled me when I used to be procrastinating all day — when I used to waste hours — day in and day out. When I used to feel overwhelmed by tasks that were supposed to be easy.
But thankfully — and after a long struggle — I found out how to get the best out of myself. …
Social media is the devil of swallowing our attention. They are designed to keep us hooked on, to keep our fingers browsing, browsing, browsing. Endlessly.
And if you don’t figure out how to use them responsibly, they will swallow your time and attention as well. But once you decide to quit social media or limit its use, you’ll be way ahead of the pack.
I have quit social media for about 4 months now, or more accurately, I’ve limited my use of it. …