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  1. DougRMR

    Some Updates on my Journey (Need Help moving forward)

    Hey guys, 27 yo dude here, still living with his parents. I've been feeling very down on myself and kind of a loser (I don't wanna beat myself up but I'm just being honest). To make a very long story short, here's a review of what I've been through in about a year: 1) Tried to start a web...
  2. Stan_

    BAD advice you wish you did NOT hear

    I saw some threads here about good advice, books, habits etc. that people wish they read / heard about earlier. I am actually curious about the opposite. What BAD advice, BAD books, BAD habits etc. did you wish you never read / heard about ? I think that achieving what you want is more times...
  3. Antifragile

    **This thread will change the way you think.**

    GOLD! HOT! 
    Here are notes on things that aren't obvious but will change the way you think about life. An eclectic collection. Your habits are what drives your mood, and mood is a filter through which you experience life. Happiness is not some fantom state of joy, it is how your mood filters experiences...
  4. Justin L

    New Strategy for Goals and Habit Change?

    Hello all, The other day, I was brainstorming a way to keep myself on track with forming new habits and breaking habits that are bringing me down as a person. I eventually landed on an idea of a points system. For me, it helps to really see my progress from week to week or month to month. So...
  5. Levit

    What are your rules of personal finance?

    When it comes to personal finance, what are some self-imposed rules that you follow? What has worked for you and what hasn't? Are there any particular personal finance habits you've adopted that you've found particularly valuable? This may seem a little Slowlane, however, I think it's still...
  6. JDE

    What does a day in your life look like? (Daily and Weekly Routines)

    Hey fastlaners - so I am at a point where I will be transitioning to entrepreneurship full time in a few months, after working a traditional job for many years. I believe very strongly that we become what we repeatedly do, and that our daily routines and habits have a big impact on our success...
  7. BellaPippin

    The science of making habits stick

    Hi all, looking for some support as usual... I figured a lot of you have read/heard and looked into how it works to develop/break habits, from a scientific perspective. I've read the "The Power of Habit" and some other texts related to it. So, I want to paint, right? I want to be a painter...
  8. J

    Powerful Daily Habits

    Helly my name is Jason, I am new to the forum. I am 24 and working heavily on self-improvement. I am starting to realize the power of habits and how they can make a HUGE change over time. Some of my favorite habits now are writing my goals daily and reading self-help books every day. I am still...
  9. Roli

    What Do Productive People Do?

    I have recently been inspired by the book we've been discussing on the forum, Atomic Habits by James Clear. A quote that hit me in particular, was the one whereby Clear tells us that our identities are the trailing sum of our habits, ergo when we take on new habits, we are actually attempting to...
  10. luniac

    Do you practice a routine?

    I've come to conclusion that routinizing my life is the only way i'll have a chance at success. I've avoided routines because i felt they were unnaturally constraining but i think i was wrong. every time i try living with flexibility, keeping my goals in mind, my important to do's, and "go with...
  11. ChrisV

    Author spent 5 years interviewing 177 selfmade millionaires to find their secrets. Findings inside.

    "Corley conducted a survey by interviewing 233 wealthy people who make $160,000 or more in annual income and hold at least $3.2 million in net liquid assets (177 of whom were self-made, coming from poverty or the middle class) and 128 poor people who make less than $35,000 per year and have less...
  12. Gepi

    Fastlaners of TFLF, what are the 3 main choices that led to your success?

    Greetings everyone, I am always very curious about successful people's habits and daily activities. Maybe some of you are willing to share the TOP 3, which could either be things you do daily or a choice you consciously made once. I am interested in the essence of what you think had or has the...
  13. Florian

    This is Flo 2.0 (+ my Trackrecord of ACTION) + FREE Market Analysis

    Hey was geht ab?! It's Flo. FIRST give value: I've done a few market analysis about IoT, Collaborative Transport, Energy Distribution, ... to see where I can penedrate the market the best (You can find it somewhere down in this thread.) So I want to cut the BS and come to the most important...
  14. jsk29

    Learning something new? Learn THIS first

    When learning a new skill, have you ever... Had trouble retaining information? Felt frustrated and lacked confidence due to knowledge gaps? Struggled with procrastination? There is one "meta-skill" which can mitigate all of these problems. What is this magical "meta-skill"? Well, for only...
  15. Byakko

    Fastlane through habits

    I am one of those persons that believes in "We are what we repeatedly do. Greatness then, is not an act, but a habit". Therefore when I want to achieve a goal I try to build a set of habits that will get me there. I have been doing this since I was 12 years old. And I have been able to...
  16. TheKing

    How to get more energy – and get more things done

    Hello Fastlane Forum, This post will (hopefully) teach you how to expand your energy reserves so that you can get more done, usually in less time. I recently finished reading "The Power of Full Engagement" written by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwarts (guy who co-wrote The Art of the Deal with Donald...
  17. MJ DeMarco

    Friendly reminder for the start of 2017...