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7Life System: The Simple Structure That Will Change Your Life

Today I have been given the honor of sharing with you a simple system that I have found to be an excellent way of structuring goals into an …

8 Books For a Higher Existence

Books are magical inventions. By carrying meaning, they gives us glimpses of experience and knowledge from a different world. Phonetic language, …

5 Modern Da Vinci's Rules of Success

Walter Russell is the 20th century Renaissance man you’ve probably never heard of.<p>When I say Renaissance man, I mean it. Here’s a short summary of …

Productivity Tip: Stop 'Working So Hard'

In the early 1990s, three psychologists began studying the habits of a two groups of violinists at the Universität der Künste.<p>The first group was …

10 Things That Will Make Your Life Better

<b>I have a bunch of random things I’ve been wanting to share with HE for a while, but never found a good way to go about it. So I’ve thrown them all</b> …

The Simple Truth About Happiness

“The opposite of happiness isn’t sadness — it’s boredom.”<p><b>Tim Ferriss</b><p>Over the past 4 years, I’ve read a countless number of articles on following your …

Square brings its mobile payments service to Japan

Jack Dorsey's little card reader that could TM has made its first journey beyond continental North America, and is now available in Japan. In order to make the leap, Square has teamed up with Sumitomo Mitsui Card Corporation, the business that introduced Visa to the country. The transaction rate …

'Around 5 million' HTC One phones sold since launch

HTC has sold "around five million" of its flagship smartphone, the One, since launch. The impressive figure will abate fears that HTC is dead in the water (the company is struggling internally) but does confirm what we all suspected: it isn't able to keep up with Samsung in sales. The company's …