How to Have a Perfect Week

It's barely 7 am here. I woke up about an hour ago, and after a thirty-minute meditation session and a hot cup of black coffee, I am ready to hit the ground running. That is how all my Mondays start. To be completely honest, though, these are not the first thoughts

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The Pro and Cons of Using Productivity Tools

As I sat down to draft the first version of this blog post, my phone and my smartwatch (which I generally leave on airplane mode while I work to avoid distractions) have already gone off three times. The first time was a gentle reminder telling me to stand up because I had been sitting for over 50 minutes. The second was

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What Made Me More Disciplined

I have a secret I want to share with you today. I wasn't always this disciplined. As a matter of fact, I wasn't disciplined in several areas of my life. 

When I decided to change my bedtime from 2 am to 11 pm, it took me over a year to finally get into a consistent sleep pattern. In the beginning, the longest streaks would be two or three nights. Then something would happen (a friend called, dinner delivery was a bit late etc.), and I would find myself up in the middle of the night again.

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We can learn anything we want (excerpt from Up Your Game -the Book)

The future is looking pretty exciting and we are approaching a radical cultural and economic shift.

In some ways, the revolution has already started. We now can access all of humanity's knowledge within seconds. But the unfortunate truth though is that most people are not using this technology to expand their knowledge or invest in themselves. The majority of us still surf the net in constant search of

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Empathy and Respect As Tools to Build a Sustainable Business

Like most young professionals and entrepreneurs living in a busy metropolis, I too love the daily hustle and my productivity podcasts. I wake up before sunrise to work out and to beat the morning rush.

After completing a business degree, I was determined to get a job in sales, pay off my student loans as soon as possible, start a bright career and launch a business.

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How to Deal with Ups and Downs (and end up on Top)

There was a time in my life when I thought I could do anything I wanted without consequences. I would work for days on end without leaving my apartment. It was all about output quantity and speed. I didn't work out, and I would skip meals regularly if that meant working an extra thirty minutes on my projects. 

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How To Maintain a Winning Schedule When You're Away From Home

It used to take me weeks to get to a consistently productive schedule, and just one long-weekend away from home was enough to throw me back to a vicious cycle of late nights, bad food and lack of exercise. 

When I'd get back from a trip, I used to leave my suitcase in the living room for days and only after a few weeks I'd finally get my self to reset my mindset and get back on the right path. 

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How to Grow Your Sales with Facebook Ads

Since I started doing with Facebook Ads with my agency, I noticed that the majority of those who tried them didn't succeed in generating a positive ROI for their campaigns. 

Since each industry and product has different KPI's and best practices, I wanted to give a simple overview of what it takes to create campaigns that convert, no matter what niche you are promoting. 

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The Beginning of My E-Commerce Journey

I have been selling on Amazon for several years now and I still believe that this platform has a lot to offer. Whether you are a business owner selling your existing product online, or you are a side-hustler on your way to quitting your 9-5, you can use FBA to drastically increase your income.

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How to Stay Motivated after Failure

We all heard "it's only a failure until you stop trying" and it does sound great until you're actually in the trenches yourself. Until you are faced with having to pay the bills of an expensive business move you thought was going to take you to the next level but that instead left you with a sour taste in your mouth and a hole in your wallet. 

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Mewing (Tongue Posture), Body Posture and their amazing side effects

Mewing is a nickname for correct tongue posture. The name comes from Dr. John and Mike Mew: two orthodontists that studied the effects of tongue posture (coupled with a few other exercises) on face shape and function. In their studies, they found that when the tongue rests under the palate, it support the growth of the maxilla (cheekbone and upper part of your mouth). That means a healthy looking face, a broad dental arch and good breathing habits.

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How to be consistent with your side hustle

Since I started working on my side businesses several years ago, I have always been asked how I find the time to make everything fit into my schedule. It's no secret that working full time and running a side hustle can be extremely time-consuming but there are a few hacks that can help you be consistently productive while leading a balanced life. 

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