The following articles talk about ways to improve your skills and/or learning new ones, and more generally how to develop your talents & potential. The goal here is to enhance your quality of life—and I like to believe too, make you a happier person.
Personal development is vast body of knowledge and I cannot cover all its aspects! So I’ll cover what I feel are the essentials. For example, I am particularly interested in a sub-set of personal development called productivity. In this day and age of information technology, many people do not fully leverage some basic automations that could save them hundreds of hours over the years. I consider topics such as time management and task management to be essential to master, and that should be taught to all kids at school.
Somerset, 21 September 2023 — Sometimes we resist taking a break from something whereas that's the best thing we could do!
Toulouse, 22 August 2023 — Choosing is an act of creation. Regretting is an—unnecessary—act of self-torture. And making mistakes is an essential part of life!
Somerset, 9 July 2023 — Gratefulness is a key practice to accelerate manifestation and tap into the unlimited creative power we hold inside each one of us.
Somerset, 20 October 2022 — Read on to understand why there's no perfect choice and how your ego will try to convince you to change (even when you have little to gain out of it).
Provence, 22 August 2022 — Happiness is a quest in which we believe the destination matters whereas it was the journey, all along. Fulfilling our desires can be seen as a sure way to make us happy, but often we are bad at predicting what the real outcome will be. Yet, there's still hope and knowing a few things will help you on your personal quest.
Provence, 20 August 2022 — FEAR. A big word. A bit taboo, a lot misunderstood, like emotions in general. What can fear teach us?
Somerset, 29 June 2022 — Regrets are a disease of the mind that bring nothing but misery to our wellbeing. It's time to understand why we should let go of them.
Somerset, 29 June 2022 — Conflicts are inevitable between people and group of people. So how do we learn to deal with them in the right way, instead of becoming victims, aggressor or staying silent?
London, 30 November 2021 — The old saying has it: 'Know thyself'. Discover one of the fundamental tools to achieve that!
London, 7 August 2021 — Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a simple yet powerful tool to understand one's journey throughout the needs of human life.
London, 30 May 2021 — Heard about bitcoin? Tempted to invest some of your money in it? You'd better read this then.
London, 29 January 2021 — The use of modern technology such as smartphones has become the norm yet they have the potential of becoming extremely addictive. Are you aware of your daily screen time? Could you live a single day without your smartphone?
London, 27 January 2021 — Personal productivity is linked to 2 essential disciplines: task management and time management. Discover their core principles and best practices. Learn how to really focus on what you do. Make a real impact on the way you use your time.
London, 23 January 2021 — What is money: an abstract concept or a tangible reality? What if the system we take for granted was in fact an organised giant fraud? Just like Science, Finance has to make some base assumptions in order to build its discipline. And just like Science, it has made some incorrect assumptions. Except that unlike Science, this has consequences on the life of everyone.
London, 10 January 2021 — We do it everyday: we choose certain things over others. Our life could be described as the succession of decisions we've ever made. Yet few people take the time to really reflect about the process of decision making. Is that not worth some investigation?
London, 7 January 2021 — Have you ever wondered why so many people are inclined to dismiss some apparently whimsical beliefs as 'conspiracy theories'? Are you really sure that ALL what you believe in, even some of the most fundamental aspects of your understanding of this world, is true?
London, 15 December 2020 — As absurd as it seems, some people 'resist' doing things that would make them feel good—or at least what they assume would. Read on to find out why.