Why positivity works

Basically, my definition of positive thinking is that whenever you face a difficulty or an obstacle, the first question that comes to your mind would be: What can I do …

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Plural ignorance

I’m currently in Haifa, Israel (until June). Here, you can see an interesting phenomena, specially on the weekends: Young adults swarm to the city from their villages, looking to mate. Legit. …

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Weekly routine

If you care about your personal growth, there’s 1 habit that I think is fundamental to start with. And that’s to schedule an hour or two a week for reflection. I …

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Short and long-term balance

This is tricky. Most people either think too short term, or too long term. However, as with everything, the better option is usually in the balance. It all depends on the …

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Mindset

It’s one of those things that have been so overused that I quite dismissed it (how hipster-ish). However, it’s immensely powerful and I believe it can really make it or …

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Containers

No matter how much of an effort you spend on getting a good shot with an old phone, the picture won’t look nearly as good as if it was taken with a …

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Tranquility

People often wonder how come I’m often so relaxed when I have things on my plate like running a new company. Actually, if I had the same mindset I had …

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Wait.

To most things, I don’t see any benefit to reacting instantly. Even if it’s an opportunity or a disaster, I nowadays would rather miss it than to react in a …

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Top comments

I look for inspirations in the strangest places. If you look at the top comments on YouTube (or any other website with user-generated content), you can notice some patterns among …

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Superflous

“Human subtlety will never devise an invention more beautiful, more simple or more direct than does nature because in her inventions nothing is lacking, and nothing is superfluous.” Leonardo da …

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