Haim Pekel wrote this on February 5, 2013 / 10 comments
If you’re a person who knows how to plan, then are probably calm, positive, and resourceful. Why? Planning has several effects on your nervous system that can help you achieve Zen. Planning releases endorphins when planned objectives are reached, helps with the creation of habits, and helps bind those habits…
Haim Pekel wrote this on April 10, 2012 / 3 comments
One of the best feelings anyone can have is that “job well done” feeling, you know what I’m talking about, right? You did your best and everything fell into place, just the way you planned it.
One of the worst feelings you can have is that “I’m stuck and falling…
Haim Pekel wrote this on April 6, 2012 / 4 comments
I first dabbled in Getting Things Done (GTD) – David Allen’s book about productivity during my college years; I was looking for a way to tackle stress from exams, long hours in front of my desk and noisy classrooms effectively. (It obviously came in handy with my current position as…
Haim Pekel wrote this on September 9, 2011 / 1 comment
Just a few days ago, I asked my girlfriend to marry me … she said yes!
We were on cloud nine. We started talking, as most newly-engaged do, about our future plans, house and kids. The next morning, a bit of reality set in…I found out that we need to…
Chris wrote this on June 6, 2011 / no comments
I'm always on the lookout for a good deal when I travel, which I do often enough that I’ve gained some experience organizing trips. Nowadays, I have a little help from my IQTELL Workspace.
When I got off the phone with the airline after buying tickets for my upcoming trip,…