Fatos Morina

Software engineering and personal development

Month: January 2016

Change your habits by protecting the bottom line

Source: independent.co.uk

Source: independent.co.uk

Big goals are overwhelming and usually paralyzing that can simply become obstacles rather than compelling destinations that pull one towards them. Habits are a set of behaviors that are triggered, done and followed by a reward that you are usually after. They can be a reasonable means of accomplishing your goals. You do something on a regular basis until that type of behavior gives you the specific reward that represents your goal. Despite sounding so easy, in fact, it is not. Sometimes, we are also procrastinating from starting the habit formation itself. Continue reading

Save a lot of time: Learn from other people’s successes

Source: personalbrandingblog.com

Source: personalbrandingblog.com

Do you often find yourself trapped in the mindset that if you fail learning something, you simply have to keep a bit harder, and then a bit harder than that? A lot of self-declared gurus try to motivate people to simply push themselves a little harder to achieve their goals, and that it takes only some efforts to do something amazing. The truth might not be too far from that, although it might take a lot of time.  Aiming for the east, but walking towards the west will most likely turn out to be a terrible waste of time, energy and effort.   Continue reading

What can Bruce Lee teach us about productivity

wheredatapp.com

wheredatapp.com

If you have watched any movie in which Bruce Lee starred, you are most probably amazed by his ability to beat a lot of his opponents simultaneously. His triumphs show a vast combination of physical skills built up through countless hours spent while training and also indicate a mental strength. A strength and a skill that you and I can use in different areas of our lives. We can use some of these lessons even in seemingly unrelated areas such as productivity. Continue reading

© 2017 Fatos Morina

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑