Why successful people get more done than most of us

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“I’d like to change my life but I’ve got no time.”

We all know somebody who said that and maybe this person was even us. Well, I’m definitively guilty of having said that at least once in my life. But then I learned how successful people use their time. After all, we all get 24 hours in a day, not more and not less. Life is fair at least in this regard.

So what do people who achieve incredible things differently? What’s the trick? Are they superhuman?
I’m not sure about the last one 😉 but I learned two things that successful people do differently that I’d like to share with you here. Continue reading “Why successful people get more done than most of us”

5 reasons why a pilgrimage is still a good idea even if you’re not religious

When we hear pilgrimage, we tend to think of religious people on their way to a holy place, often walking a troublesome way to get their sins forgiven. But it doesn’t have to that way. I’m not religious and walked the Camino Portugues for other reasons – and it turned out to be one of the best experiences of my life so far. 
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