How to become a master in any business? (part 2)
8. Psychology One of the reasons most people in the world can't be really good at something is because they have no talent for anything that matters to others. But…

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As always be in the money!
will rassmotrim a series of clear, today, patterns: 1. Be an expert Experts are trusted. Experts find themselves. Experts are highly valued. Expertise is not a complete doctorate, but only…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 2)
If you know that tomorrow is a day off, you will be less inclined to postpone things, because you do not want to afford such a "luxury" as a day…

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Rule 20 minutes or technique of tomato

This technique is time management and increased concentration invented as a student of Francesco Cirillo (Francesco Chirillo).

The main idea came to me in the late 80’s, when I was studying at the initial courses of the University. When the excitement of the first session subsided, I felt a decline and great confusion.”- Francesco writes in the Preface of his book.

“Every day I came to the University, listened to lectures, and came back with a terrible feeling that I did not succeed, that I was just wasting my time. Exams were approaching with great speed, and it was impossible to postpone any more.” Continue reading

Recommendations for effective use of time
1. Time to deal with the crises. Russian "maybe" rarely helps, and often gets further into a dead end, the way out of which requires much more strength and energy.…

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How to become a master in any business? (part 1)
James Altucher — entrepreneur, trader, investor, author of several bestsellers, who released and sold independently. In his blog, he openly and paradoxically teaches to live a happier life. Are you…

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Once to remember the name of the person?
Repeat the name of the person you met. "Glad to meet you, Vitaly!""Nice to meet you, Anna" This simple trick allows you to avoid a situation when in one ear…

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How to sell unnecessary things?
Perfect order means having the right things in place. However, have you ever climbed into the closet for a shirt, and pull out of the shelf sweater that is not…

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