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Category Archives: BRAVE Reviews

Surviving an Evernote breakup – with 3 good replacement apps

This day was supposed to never happen. We were on our way to our happily-ever-after, always in sync, always working together – Evernote, my devices and I. So what happened? And how do we move on? Did you enjoy this post? There’s more. 1 full ebook, 4 exclusive guides and all the sneak previews: get […]

Five good things that happen when you learn – and five bad things that happen when you stop

I want to share this with you – it’s not scientific in any way, but a process that me and my dear ones / friends / colleagues have all observed (and we deal with learning a lot). It turns out that when we begin learning, the same things can happen quite often – and when […]

BRAVE Review: “The Dip” by Seth Godin

Summary: Every page in this short book teaches you about situations worth quitting, and those worth persevering through. Seth Godin shows you why hard times may be the best thing that’s happened to your study or career. Did you enjoy this post? There’s more. 1 full ebook, 4 exclusive guides and all the sneak previews: […]

5 great questions to ask an Otaku

You can learn a lot from passionate people. In Japan, the term “otaku” is used to describe a great fan of something. Here’s how to make an otaku conversation you’ll never forget! Did you enjoy this post? There’s more. 1 full ebook, 4 exclusive guides and all the sneak previews: get your welcome pack emailed […]

BRAVE Review: “The Happiness of Pursuit” by Chris Guillebeau

Summary: this book is a tale of finding meaning in life through quests. Its soft approach and determined style will make you feel OK about gazing beyond your comfort zone – and its countless stories can make sure that you will find someone among its pages to inspire you. The big questions remain unasked, but […]

Two new tools and why I like them so much

Spend a week with me and you’ll know this for sure: I like my resources and my gadgets. This has changed in the past years. But I still sometimes get excited when a new tool comes along. I tend to blog about it then. This is one of those times! For learners, doers and for […]