120 Days to TOPIK #10 – Reduce, Reuse, and Reward your way to Fluency

Inspiration The 3R’s (and icons) of maintaining a healthy environment and planet can be re-purposed to also remind us how to maintain a healthy, active, and rapidly learning brain. Reduce → Reduce Reuse → Reuse Recycle → Reward 1. REDUCE Reduction is synonymous with simplification. Remember we talked earlier about how “studying harder” is less effective […]

April 2014 In Review

In April, I read both of Darren Hardy’s Success books: The Compound Effect and Living Your Best Year Ever. Thanks to some of the advice from these books (as well as some I’ve read in David Allen’s Getting Things Done), I’ve determined that it’s a good idea to set a limited number of goals at different levels. Here […]

In the Habit Management Triangle, Reducing Scope is More Important than Modifying Schedule

In this series of posts, we’ve already talked about: The Difference between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation My Personal Habit Creation Experimentation How to Create Habits by Understanding Triggers and Rewards How to Understand Will Power and Make it Stronger The Difference between Perfection and Progress Continuing along the same vein, today’s post will discuss the […]