8 Different Areas of Life to Improve

One of the most common questions I get asked is regarding how I choose which monthly experiment to do. I usually follow-up that question with another question, what areas of your life are causing the most damage or limiting your potential? Experiment with that part of your life. Having done five years of experimentation, I have made the mistake of choosing experiments that were relatively easy to do. If you truly want significant change, you must be able to face

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Experiment – Asking for Honest Feedback (Ouch!)

For last month’s experiment, I wanted to involve people closest to me – family, friends, and co-workers. So, I wrote up a few questions – a survey – and emailed it to my friends. You can view this survey by clicking here. (Feel free to fill it up – I promise I will read it). I also got on the phone and got some verbal feedback. I asked each one of them to kindly answer each one of the following questions anonymously;

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Experiment – For 30 Days I Smiled at Strangers

“A smile is happiness you’ll find right under your nose” – Tom Wilson Last month, while cleaning up my room, I stumbled across my Kodak printed baby pictures which I had tucked away a while ago. I decided to take a mini break from cleaning (i-e procastinate?) to browse through them. From the handful of pictures, one picture caught my attention. In that picture my eyes had tears and lips had a smile – I was smiling and crying at

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30 Days of Positive Self Talk

Yup! I talked to myself for 30-days. With the month ending, March’s 30-day experiment of Positive Self-Talk comes to an end too! Why did I choose this experiment? Quick story time. It was a regular Monday morning and my two little nieces of age 1 and 2 came to visit me (They make me want to be a kid again!). Even though they were downstairs and I was upstairs working, they like to run around and yell gibberish – like typical

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30 Days of Being EXTRA Kind to Others

On a very typical day many years ago, I was sitting in the library with my head down to cram for the upcoming exam. Caught up in my own worries and fears, I failed to notice a high school classmate who could have benefited from my kindness – or at the very least acknowledgement. Luckily though, he came around the second time and this time I made the contact that I should have the first time around. You can read

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