The Time of Your Life

Time is one of our most precious resources. Unlike money, health or knowledge, it’s not something that we can guarantee we’ll have more of if we work for it.

It might be worth pondering the follow questions about your use of time:

  • What would you regret not doing if you found out were about to die?
  • What do you need to invest your time in to be happier and healthier?
  • What activities are robbing you of time?
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Are Our Argumentative Politicians What Our Country Really Needs?

The other day, I switched on the TV during a meal. I observed what was apparently “Question Time” for the House of Representatives (forgive me if this is incorrect, but politics is not a forte of mine).

What I observed, however, was hardly what I would describe as “question time”.

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Why I Changed My Style of Handwriting

When I was young, I learnt how to write in cursive, or “running writing” as we called it. I used this style of handwriting for years to follow.

Eventually, large amounts of writing became more and more important at school. When I sat exams, I thought my style of hand writing was readable, not like a lot of other peoples’, and therefore I would be fine.

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A Master Guitarist’s Opinion on Achieving Success

In December 2009, I got the chance to ask a world master guitarist’s opinion on achieving success.

For those that don’t know him, John Petrucci is one of the world’s best known electric guitarists. Being me, I couldn’t resist asking him “What is the most important thing in achieving success?”

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