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Sunday Column (515)

Hello. I got about seven regular Sunday Columns left. That means Christmas is not far away. I managed two early Christmas presents for my boys, one is a trip to Manchester in order to see Man City play; the other one is a basketball hoop. Latter is also an early present for myself, but that aside. I can’t stop myself supporting the boy’s ambition to play sports, be healthy and exercise. How could I? Today it has been 100 years since the end of World War One. It is hard to believe. My grandparents would be over 100 years old now and the world has moved on. Thinking about it, I introduced my youngest to some ‘oldies’ music from the 60ies and 70ies, another (Vietnam) war generation only 50 years ago. He wasn’t too keen. It reminds you to appreciate the peaceful times we live in. Despite mid term elections in the US and Brexit. A year from now, the world is a different place. On that note, I read an article on the BBC about the decline in fertility rate. It is scary that we might not have an overpopulation problem but a problem of not too many kids

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Thursday Flash (38)

Flash… Similar to my book about being better, #BeBetter, the first article looks at personal success and the 5 todos for a personal transformation. The second article from the Energy Project looks at our lifestyle and distractions through media, delivered through phones mainly. A good guide to maybe go on a digital detox? Addicted to distraction. And the last one for this week looks at successful people’s habits: the compound time vs. conventional time. Why Successful People Spend 10 Hours A Week On “Compound Time”.

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