Not so surprisingly, everything has been moving slowly online for the last few days (and will probably continue to do so for the next few days).
But if you got a few minutes over today, hereâ€™s a short update linking back to December 2006. If you havenâ€™t browsed the archives or been reading the blog for that long you may have missed these articles.
- 9 Lessons I Have Learned from George Costanza
â€œWho should we turn to learn about life and how to improve it? Jesus, Buddha, Anthony Robbins or Eckhart Tolle? Sure. But for today Iâ€™d like to turn to an unlikely individual named George Costanza.â€
- Why You Should Not Compare Yourself to Others
â€œYou shouldnâ€™t compare yourself to others!â€, people might tell you. Of course, without an explanation this is about as good advice as â€œJust be yourself!â€ or â€œJust be more confident!â€. Most likely it will not help at all. So, why shouldnâ€™t we compare ourselves to others? One reason is that there is always someone – or more likely, a bunch of folks â€“ better than you.â€
- Video: Stumbling on Happiness
â€HereÂ´s an very interesting video on something most people want: happiness. Author Dan Gilbert did this 22 minute talk at TEDTalks in 2004. Gilbert is a psychology professor at Harvard and wrote the book Stumbling on Happiness.â€