I just read Smarter, Faster, Better by Charles Duhigg, and I’d like to share some key ideas and insights from the book. Here’s what I learn…
I would like to share some insights from reading The Courage To Be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga.
In this post, I would like to share about finding our true passion. Sometimes we are sure about it, but it’s not true after all. So, how does one find his true passion? Ask these questions to yourselves.
In this third part of Humans = Habit-based Programs post, I will share about the ways of maintaining your habit and what to do if you have a setback.
In this second part of Humans = Habit-based Programs post, I share about the ‘how’ to consciously program a new habit.
This is the first part of the Humans = Habit-based Programs post. I’ve been learning quite a lot about habits, implement it myself, and it works so far. I would like to share about it, on how it could make oneself better or worse, and the things one must be aware about habits.
I am too excited on writing my next post: it’s about habit, not a programming tutorial, sorry. I intended to write this as an introduction, but my fingers just kept on typing, and it became this long. It’s about why I want to write about habits. Enjoy your reading!