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One Year Ago on The Positivity Blog

Since it was Thanksgiving in the US yesterday and everything seems to move a little slow today as well I’ve decided to save my next longer article for next week.

Instead I’ll be linking back to 2006. If you haven’t browsed the archives or been reading the blog for that long you may have missed these articles.

  • 3 Ways to Find Out if Something is Worth Doing
    “Here’s a couple of thoughts and questions I have found to be quite effective when trying to determine the potential value of an activity, task or action. Using them can enable you to reach more clarity in your decision-making and to set the priorities in your life straight.”

  • 9 Additional Ideas to Double Your Productivity
    1. Think about a solution to a problem rather than complaining about it. Try to spend just 20% of your time devoted to a problem on dwelling and complaining about it and use 80% of the time to finding a solution. A lot of people do the complete opposite.”

  • Get a Free Copy of the Classic As a Man Thinketh
    “Once upon a time the there was personal secretary in England named James Allen. During his lifetime he never achieved great fame or wealth. At the age of 38 he retired. He and his wife moves to a small cottage in Illfracome of Devon in England. During the next decade he produced nearly 20 books. In 1912, at the age of 48, he passed away. But the same year he retired he also published one of the most inspiring books on personal development I have ever read.”

  • One of Best Documentary Series I Have Seen (The Century of The Self)
    ”This one of those movies (well, series of movies) that I found slightly mind-blowing when I first saw it. In short and in the words of it’s creator, the very gifted Adam Curtis it concerns: “How those in power have used Freud’s theories to try and control the dangerous crowd in an age of mass democracy.”
  • Declutter, declutter, declutter!
    ”One simple way to get an increased sense of well-being is to declutter your life. What declutter means is just to remove all those things that you don’t really need.”
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