Category Archives for "Personal Development"

How to eat low-carb in Thailand (or not?) – The story of my diet

Help I’m fat! The year was 2011, I was 23 years old and I was in a store, buying clothing. While looking at myself in the mirror of the fitting room, it came to me, for the first time ever. “I am fat”. Now, don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t obese by any measure, but […]

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Why I Don’t Follow The News

“Don’t you care about what happens to the world?” Is a commonly heard reaction when I tell people that I don’t follow the news. So, here are my three reasons. Reason 1: It takes time and mental energy I’d rather use on myself. Whenever you read or watch news, you are spending time and energy. […]

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A Lesson On Persistence

Any entrepreneur will tell you: persistence is one of the most important qualities required to succeed in business. Mine was tested the last two days, here’s what happened. I’ve launched this ClickBank affiliate campaign on Facebook I talked about in my previous post and it’s been doing very well. I’ve put in some more work to set up […]

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Bye 2015, The Year That Changed Everything

For me 2015 will be a year I will never forget. So much has changed for me in the last 12 (or really just 6…) months. I quit my job, after coming to the realization it was holding me back and I didn’t need the income from it anymore if I were to go do […]

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Travelling To Laos On The Slow Boat & Plans For The Future…

Due to my Thai visa expiring, I decided to take a short trip into Laos & Cambodia for two weeks, before going to Affiliate World Asia in Bangkok on December 7th. So, over the last few days I’ve been travelling from Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang, Laos. Most of that time was spent on the […]

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A Year Of Experiences In Less Than Three Weeks…

I can’t believe it’s been less than 3 weeks in Chiang Mai now. I’ve done so much, seen so much and met so many new (awesome) people. I remember when my life was exactly the same, every single day. Wake up, get a shower, make breakfast, get stuck in traffic on the way to work, […]

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