this weekend I finally made myself an overview of the books I´ve read so far and of those I´ve still on my list.
Since it´s always a topic to talk about what books one has read and which books I recommend I listed them with some subjective ratings.
“It´s not how good you are, it´s how good you want to be” by Paul Arden was my recent read and my newest quick read recommendation. The book is separated in dozens of short 1-2 page chapters which are easy to read and point out their message. Give it 2-3 days and you are through with some new insights and ideas.
I´ve summarized nine quite interesting parts of the book for you, so that you will get a clue what this book is about.
Your vision of where or who you want to be is the greatest asset you have.
Do not seek praise, seek criticism.
It´s quite easy to get approval if we ask enough people or those we know that they say what we want to hear. Instead of seeking approval go for “What´s wrong with it? How can I make it better?” – with this question we probably will get criticism and may have the chance to get an improvement on our idea.
medium.com recently published a list of over 300 free tools, apps and services.
They call it “A Massive List of Free Stuff Made by Awesome People” and it truly is.
It´s sorted by several categories starting with free templates for homepages, wordpress, logos and so on.
Just look trough and I´m sure you´ll finde a lot of interesting stuff you haven´t had in mind using or are paying for already.
If you want complete control over your finances, read this! My routine will costs you 10 seconds and brings lots of benefits. This is one of my most important articles I´ve ever published on selfvestors.net
I know, there are some tools and apps out there already. But with the following simple sheet I have a COMPLETE overview over all my assets, earnings, expenses and so on. I don´t have to worry about data in any cloud or online service and it literally costs me 10 seconds to keep it running.
Why have I started this sheet?
Everybody knows this situation: After a month or week you are asking yourself where your money went because you actually only were out for having 2-3 beers, were shopping a bit and bought some food and stuff. No big deal, but a load of money is gone. How much we really spend day to day, we just don´t have a clue about.
Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy
I want to share an illustrative article about Generation Y.
Posted in September on HuffingtonPost.com.
It´s about the huge differences in the past generations, how we handle our situations and what the big problem of the new generation is; Generation Y.