Category Archives: DIK

Curious Robot Maneuver = The Witness

Scott Adams just coined a psychological method called, Curious Robot Maneuver. Here’s how to do it: "I have found that many bad moods are caused by a feeling of not having control. People can put up with extreme hardship, climbing a mountain for example, if they have the illusion of choosing to do it. But […]

Rigpa: On Pain and Suffering

via Glimpse @ Rigpa July 18 Don’t we know, only too well, that protection from pain doesn’t work, and that when we try to defend ourselves from suffering, we only suffer more and don’t learn what we can from the experience? As Rilke wrote, the protected heart that is “never exposed to loss, innocent and […]

Steve Pavlina: Lessons from 1/5 of a Millionaire

(Crossposted from zBlog:~C4Chaos) Is Steve Pavlina awesome or what?! “People who say they want to become a millionaire but are unwilling to back it up with hard work are only fooling themselves.  It’s not going to happen by itself.  If hard work is a dirty word to you, don’t bother. “However, the great thing about […]

Cardio Coach: My First Impressions

I just got back from the gym. Today is my cardio day. I’ve been working out consistently for more than a year now. But my cardio workout could use more improvements. My cardio workout is derived from HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), which I’ve learned from my Absolution program. It’s very effective. Incorporating HIIT in […]

Steve Pavlina = Tony Robbins 2.0?

Jon asks: Is Steve Pavlina the new Tony Robbins? Um, I think he is. Or, at least, Steve Pavlina is the Web 2.0 counterpart of Tony Robbins. Robbins may be pumping up people on the stage over at TEDTalks, but he has been slow to adapt to the social dimension of the web. Case in […]