Habits you should adopt

This post on assertiveness was originally posted on April 2014

Additional note: It’s interesting to go back through my old posts to see how my writing has changed, reading it can be a bit embarrassing but I guess it shows I have changed and evolved…


Life is short, some people choose to waste their free time doing much of nothing, others spend free time on interesting hobbies, improving themselves and developing skills that they can use later in life.

Here are the five habits you should be doing:

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My favourite posts (so far)

As I reached my 50th post yesterday, I decided to take a step back and reflect on articles I have written so far.

I looked through the growing archives and I have picked out my five favourite pieces for you the reader to consider reading.

5) The Face in the Mirror

I randomly remember a guy from my early adult years, who was pretty irrelevant – until he killed himself.  This made me think about how I could avoid becoming that person. Continue reading “My favourite posts (so far)”

Habits you should adopt

Life is short, some people choose to waste their free time doing much of nothing, others spend free time on interesting hobbies, improving themselves and developing skills that they can use later in life.

Continue reading “Habits you should adopt”

The Failure: Karate Instructor dream

I was reading the book  “How to fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of Story of my Life”  a sort of self-help book by the creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams.

One of the chapters that inspired me was where he listed his biggest failures and what he learnt from them.

I did the same, what was intended to be a 800 word blog post turned into one of the most brutal exercises I have ever undertaken. Continue reading “The Failure: Karate Instructor dream”