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After doing so, you need to analyze and draw conclusions.
That’s what I will do along with this article.
On September 25th, 2020, I wrote this article: “Why I Do Think Notion Software Can Change Your Life”.
Today, 3 months later, I can definitely affirm, fortunately, I was right.
Notion software and August Bradley’s PPV methodology were a life-changing milestone for me in 2020. Period.
What do you think about all these words?
This is the million-dollar question.
I’ve been asking it myself for a long time.
I’m just 45 years old, and I’ve been chasing this question’s answer for a long period throughout all my life.
I started understanding the concept just 5 years ago when I was 40. Since then, my life has exponentially grown and improved. That’s what I want to share with you.
I found out the answer by asking me just the opposite: what is life NOT about?
Sometimes (much more than we may think), a straight line is not the right or the fastest way to reach…
No matter if:
There are always days in which:
That always means feelings of guilt, anxiety, frustration, sadness… those sensations in the stomach you and I know too well…
It’s a must to overcome those negative feelings to go back to your highest performance, the right pace you keep on doing things as the productivity machine you know you are.
As I’ve been there many times, I’ve…
I know you know what it is because I know what it is.
I’m referring to setting priorities to achieve your big goals in life.
You see your days draining down, and you’re not moving forward in any of your tasks, projects, goals.
It’s a feeling of emptiness. The void.
I know it because I’ve been there. I know the feeling, the sensation, how bad it is.
Today I can say I overcame it.
When talking about feeling and being productive, face 2 enemies:
On the one hand, procrastination is mainly not doing what you should because you’re…
Energy: “the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity.”
You have a limited amount of energy within each day. You start with your tank full and, little by little, you spend it.
That’s why you have to take care of it.
Depending on how you manage it, that’s how you’ll perform, the results you will get, and how you will feel about yourself.
Your life depends on the energy you dedicate to many things: your work, your kids, your family, your friends, yourself.
If you become a good “energy manager”:
Rejection appeared in my life pretty soon. Fortunately, my parents trained me on this skill almost since I was born, 45 years ago.
Overcoming rejection is one of the essential skills in anyone’s life.
It’s not accepting it. It’s using it as motivational leverage that makes the difference.
That’s what I mostly heard whenever I became an entrepreneur 20 years ago.
People love that word because it’s the easiest that humanity has ever invented. Destroying is always easier than creating.
Any attempt to:
When I understood and believed in that, I began the way to fulfillment, which always ends up in happiness.
I’ve always been skeptical but, as soon as I changed my mindset from that position, is when I did really grow in life.
I understood that I needed to give things a chance to fail. Even to myself.
I first heard about mindfulness in 2010, when a friend of mine told me he had been practicing it in a retreat.
It sounded odd to me, and I perfectly remember what I thought: “Another stupid thing to sell to stressed people”.
When I learned that important people such as Marco Polo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Ludwig van Beethoven, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Winston Churchill, or Frida Kahlo practiced it, I always asked myself: could they all be wrong?
I wasn’t (and I’m not) any of these geniuses, but I thought that if I could copy any of them, I was pretty sure my life would grow and become better.
Today, I’ve been journaling for a long time, and I have to admit it: it’s been life-changing. I 100% recommend it to any human being.
I could list dozens of benefits of journaling:
As a pragmatic guy, when I was younger, I just believed in tangible things.
If I couldn’t touch it, it didn’t exist. I was like doubting Thomas.
It was by growing and studying the human being to increase my performance how I became more spiritual.
Today, I combine body, mind, and spirit to perform at my best.
Life is growing, as Ray Dalio said:
“If you don’t look on yourself and think, ‘Wow, how stupid I was a year ago,’ then you must not have learned much in the last year.” — Ray Dalio
The more I dig into the…