Saturday Rap #2

So this is my attempt to include my site updates AND provide some great links of information I thought were worth sharing in a single post. I really hope not to do any site update posts by themselves anymore unless they are HUGE changes. So here we go… So my Saturday Rap should actually be […]

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Control Your Food Portions, Control Your Waistline

Recently I have been reading a book about making decisions and the psychology behind it. Actually this book is more about neuroscience than psychology but more on that later. One of the studies in the book talks about how we automatically eat more when we don’t control our portion sizes. It was a study done […]

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Carnival Of Personal Development: April Fool’s Edition

Welcome to the March 30, 2009 edition of carnival of personal development. The Carnival has finally made it back to it’s home here at Insight Writer. I must say I am excited to have it back. It has been about 4 months since it started and has been really successful. Not only do we constantly […]

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Stumble Upon, Stumble, Stumbled: The User Guide to Stumbling

Right off the bat, I am going to say that this is a user guide for new and experienced users alike. So if you are new to Stumble Upon, read the Intro. If not, scroll down for the advanced class and a list of resources at the bottom. Intro: What is stumble upon? Basically, stumble […]

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How to Save a Million Dollars

Believe it or not this is one of the easiest things for anyone to do… here is the answer… Sock away a measly $286 a month for 40 years and you will have a million dollars! Here’s the link… How to Save a Million Dollars At Any Age. But, you know what they say… If […]

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Still thinking about education.

You know, I still have a lot to say about education. I feel like I made the point that education should be specialized. However, I also feel like I only outlined a personalized program that would work for me. I just read Eric Hamm’s article on ADHD. It was really good and had me thinking […]

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How To Deal With Unemployment

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Dan from Giveacar Ltd. In it he talks about dealing with unemployment in a constructive way. Enjoy! Almost immediately before I graduated from University, the entire economy tanked and no companies wanted to hire anybody because they didn’t want to spend the money on anyone with less […]

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Know when to hold them, Know when to fold them.

For those of you that play card games such as poker, there always come a point in the game where you have a decision to make… Your calculating your odds of winning with the hand you have been given… Does one of the other players have what it takes to win…? Or do YOU have […]

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In Praise of Lifelong Learning

You have all heard it before, but how many of us apply it? This whole theory of lifelong learning? Last Saturday I mentioned an article by Tim Ferris called The Top 5 Reasons to Be a Jack of All Trades. The stuff he talks about is really sticking with me! I feel like there is […]

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How to find the best and most valued news on the internet…

This post actually has two points. One, to really tell you how and where to get the best news on the internet. Two, to speak a little about our current economic crisis… Everyone wants to know about the current economic crisis we are in. The news media has done a great job instilling fear in […]

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