I'm a software engineer who likes to write.

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I'm a software engineer who likes to write.

About Me

The real reason tech companies ask hard questions

“Academia doesn’t want too many unmotivated people to attempt medical school, so they set up a...

Don't be afraid to contradict yourself

Are you afraid to say bold things or express your opinion because you're worried that it maybe...

How to be a high-value person

High-value people have many traits that separate them from the regular mass.

In this article, I...

The real truth why some people are bad at math

Why is math considered a subject that some people seem to get and others don't?

Why isn't, e.g...

The old man in the sky

I used to call myself an atheist. I thought the idea of some god sitting up in the sky to be pre...

Shortcut to become instantly enlightened

We often tell ourselves things like "be calm" or "cheer up". That is - we try to convince oursel...

Stop apologizing for who you are

I see this tendency where people feel the need to apologize constantly. It makes me nauseous.

A...

Best focusing app

A while ago, I wrote that the best workout app is the Centr app. I think it was about a year ago...

If you want to learn to code, start with this language

Python? Java? JavaScript?

I started with JavaScript. It was the very first language I used to w...

I'm moving to another level

I don't relate to most people around me.

I feel distant from them.

The way they talk, how they...

What is the absolute concrete sign that someone really likes you? 😍

I believe it's investment.

It's not touching the hair or the position of legs or even the eyes....

Principles

Do you know how to convert binary numbers into a decimal? How do you know that 11010 in binary i...

Men who are white knights

If you pay close attention, you can recognize these types of guys easily.

They're not necessari...

We have to take responsibility for our lives

Because nobody else will. Nobody will come to save us. Nobody really cares if we make it or not....

PC

Political correctness.

Also known as one of the most toxic diseases of the modern world.

Polit...

Stay positive!

What are we going to talk about today? I don’t know, but let’s just run with it.

It’s Saturday ...

How I learned Python in less than a week while it takes months for many

So, I just learned Python.

It took me a few days to pick up the syntax and build a couple of si...

One principle to follow in life

There are a thousand ways to achieve success in any area of life - whether it be material wealth...

The Power of No

"No" is ten times a better word than a "yes." "No" is clear and genuine, whereas a "yes" can eas...

Until you know this one thing, don't start to learn anything

My dear reader, I want to give you a little tip to be a more effective learner. Maybe you alread...

Always prefer form over speed

Form over speed is a principle usually (at least to my experience) repeated by physical exercise...

Can you stare at a blank screen for 3 hours?

Probably the most valuable epiphany I've gotten since I began coding - or rather - since I learn...

Become a Pro.

What is the differentiating factor between people who have seemingly iron-strong discipline and ...

The most important ideas about achieving unwavering focus

Focus - my favorite topic.

I've talked about it in this blog either directly or indirectly quit...

Goals? Overrated!

What a positive note to cast with a blog post during Christmas, right?

Our society is obsessed ...

A higher principle to achieve goals and stay productive

First, I want to stress that even though I believe this to be a universal principle, it's still ...

Build your empire

I think everyone should try to build their own empire.

What do I mean by that?

Let me start by...

Slow down

Many people are constantly looking for ways to do everything faster.

They are into speed-readin...

Some life-changing books I've recently read

I thought I'd share with my readers something slightly different. As some of you might know, boo...

Contraction vs expansion - how to start moving up?

The idea is this: we're either in expansion mode, which means that we're thriving and moving up ...

I fired my manager

“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret.”

...

The most important message I got from Eric Maria Remarque's 'A Time to Love and a Time to Die'

A novel from 1954 - by Remarque - taking place during WWII.

I rarely read fiction. However, thi...

An update 😉

I thought about giving you - my dear friend and reader - a small update regarding this blog.

*...

A simple guide on how to instantly change your mood from bad to good

I’ve been recently pondering whether thoughts produce emotions or do emotions produce thoughts. ...

What does it really mean to be smart?

Intelligence is one fascinating concept. And there might be more variables to it than we might t...

Reactiveness

Let's talk about social dynamics.

In every interaction, there's the person who's setting the rh...

Probably the best home work out app

Gyms are closed, even the outdoor ones. This pushed me to find a way to train at home harder tha...

Labeling feelings

Some books recommend labeling feelings/emotions. E.g., that it's a good idea to put a name on a ...

Is nostalgia bad?

When I lived in Taiwan, I had the opportunity to stay in an apartment in one of the older parts ...

Obsession

If there’s one key component to becoming really good at anything, it’s - yes, you guessed it - o...

Don’t be a dump yard

If someone would dump their garbage to your yard, would you be cool with it? Probably not. In fa...

The law of use

The law of use - which is one of the laws of the Universe - states that if knowledge has been re...

On freedom of outcome

Spiritual teachers talk about this concept of outcome independence. It means that one shouldn’t ...

The one thing that always gives you the strength to stand up again

Purpose.

Life is ruthless. We all know that. Sometimes it feels as if the boot of life is hitti...

How to be interesting in social situations

To appear interesting, you first have to be interested in it.

We tend to focus too much on ours...

Pain = lesson

Imagine if everything we’d do would go smoothly and without any challenges. This would be a pret...

Focusing on what you can measure

We tend to focus on what business people call the “lag measures” - the things we can’t measure i...

Say “no”

I’ve come to realize that people who get things done and achieve great things - successful peopl...

Deep identity change

Now, when I say “deep identity change,” I’m not talking about a complete and total change of you...

Your reality - your rules

As human beings, we are constantly pinging off the environment.

There are a couple of reasons f...

Access your subconscious mind to solve even big problems: here’s how!

I have always been a fan of long walks, but not until recently; I started to do these walks with...

How to get something for nothing? Some thoughts on click baits

The answer is: you can’t.

The almighty Universe doesn’t work like that. If you want to take som...

Turn off internet access at home

I’ve been recently experimenting with having no Internet at home.

Before anyone labels me as “e...

Young kids are not automatically tech wizards

I find amusing the notion that the young kids nowadays are all considered “tech wizards” because...

What is social media? Are you using it, or is it using you?

When it comes to social media - there are three types of people: people who don’t use it, people...

“Will money make you happy?”

We’ve all heard this question. Some hear it constantly by their jealous peers who try to rationa...

Who are you, and where are you going?

For the past few years, I wasn’t really sure where am I going with my life. I didn’t know what d...

On New Year’s resolutions: a word of caution (+tips)

Christmas is coming, and many people all over the world promise to either quit smoking, fix thei...

General knowledge vs. specific knowledge

Have you ever heard the saying “knowledge is power”? Well, let me break it to you: knowledge is ...

There is no map

There’s an interesting anecdote about a zen master Bassui Tokushō (抜隊 得勝) in the book “Zen Radic...

What’s your uniqueness?

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

Oscar Wilde

Only you can be the best at...

5 core habits that drag you out of depression

If I had to pick five habits that I consider life-transforming, they would be the following: wak...

How to set goals: simple, effective tips

First, as Ray Dalio wrote in his “Principles”, you can have just about anything you want, but no...

Always take responsibility

Everything that happens to you is your fault. Always!

E.g., when you’re a team leader, and your...

Don’t seek for recognition

Seeking for recognition implies that you’re not in control. You’re essentially at the mercy of t...

No more waiting

The whole concept of “waiting” is silly. It’s an illusion, really. What is there to wait, anyway...

Telling others ”what you’re going to do”

How often have you seen people on social write about what they’re going to do? Many call themsel...

Two sides of the same coin

We often don’t see the polarities that are practically everywhere.

Some say that god exists; so...

The formula for growth (included book list)

Our mind is not on our side when it comes to personal growth. It’s as if it tries to sabotage ou...

What is real confidence?

Confidence is not about knowing that you will succeed. It’s the knowing that no matter what happ...

Stop comparing

Most of our problems are just us comparing ourselves to others.

If you would be the only one in...

Get two (or more) for the price of one: discounts for your brain

Our thinking process tends to be quite narrow when we consider the cause and effect aspects of o...

Sometimes the grass really is greener on the other side

We’ve all heard the saying that “the grass is always greener on the other side” - that it’s easi...

You can have it but…

Never think that a goal is unattainable.

I used to think that this or that goal is not for me b...

Cutting your losses: don’t read books that you don’t like

I used to have a mindset that when I pick up a book to read, I have to finish it - even if I don...

Accountability mirror

This is an awesome tool I got from David Goggins’ book “Can’t Hurt Me.” If you haven’t read it a...

Toxic people: how to recognize and what to do about them (this can save your life)

“Pablo Picasso was notorious for sucking the energy out of the people he met. His granddaughte...

I’m different

I’m different than most people. That’s not me being cocky - that’s a fact. I know this because w...

Always learn something new

Here's the thing. If you're not moving up in life, you're moving down. Same thing with our brain...

How to become rejection proof

The fear of rejection is one of the biggest and most common fears people face. It’s the kind of ...

Produce more, consume less

Most people are only concerned with consuming without thinking about the return of value. They w...

The absolute bulletproof way to wake up early in the morning

My whole life, I wanted to wake up early in the morning, Yet I always failed at this, no matter ...

People who have good social skills all have this one trait

If there’s one thing that the people who are great at socializing have in common, it’s the abili...

How to keep going even on the bad days - secrets to achieving your goals

There are days when we feel absolutely shit. In those days, we might not feel like doing our wor...

Identity fatigue will drain you of your mental energy

In Buddhism, one of the main themes is the illusion of identity. It means that who we think we a...

Fixing internal problems with external solutions

The following story might be familiar to you. Especially if you’ve read “The Subtle Art of Not G...

Stop trying to control everything

“How’s my hair today? “, “What about this grease on my shirt?”, “What will people think if they ...

Why everyone needs to read “Can’t Hurt Me” by David Goggins

If you haven’t already, go to a bookstore or Amazon and get that book. It’s one of the best book...

Top insights I've learned about reading books

It took me until recently to realize that when it comes to read...

“She don't want to be saved, don't save her”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue5oHmUGiMM

Stop drifting through life and wake up!

_“To progress again, man must remake himself. And he cannot remake himself without suffering. ...

The ability to have sustained focus is a major skill of the future

The attention span of a regular millennial is apparently [12 seconds](https://www.visioncritical...

How not to quit once it gets tough

There’s an awesome book called “The Dip” by one of my favorite authors, Seth Godin.

What is” th...

You don't need to do everything - do what really matters

Roughly 80% of wealth is owned by 20% of people, 80% of crimes are committed by 20% of criminals...

The #1 reason behind distractions (powerful ways to remain in control)

While doing your work, have you ever suddenly discovered yourself dicking around watching Youtub...

How to get a massive productivity boost using binaural beats

I’ve been experimenting with binaural beats for a while now and come to the conclusion that they...

Think “less is better”

More, more, more, and more. This is the mindset of an average consumer, as well as the mantra of...

Why having more choices is bad for you

“Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee? But in the end one needs more courage to live ...

Focus on the other person, not on yourself

In an interaction, we usually focus only partly on what the other person says - the second part ...

The fool-proof way to make even the hardest habits stick

This method is so powerful; it’s the equivalent of using a machine gun in a fight where everyone...

The secret to control your emotions effortlessly and to stay in charge of every interaction (superpower)

There’s a great book called “The Chimp Paradox” by Stev...

We're in control

We have so much more control over our lives than we think we have.

Understanding this is, in es...

Why meditating every day is one of the best things you can do

Meditation creates a gap between the impulse and reaction.

Here’s how many people go through th...

A powerful productivity hack that guarantees you massive success (a shocking revelation)

Do the most important thing in the morning.

The first step is to find out what your goal is...

Less is more in the digital age

The price of the car is not only the price you pay to acquire the car. There's also the price of...

Stop clicking the like button

The infamous like button - first created in 2005 and then popularized in 2007 at FriendFeed (lat...

Why you need to always learn new things (not what you think)

The human brain is a constantly growing living organism that regenerates new brain cells (neuron...

How to instantly become calm and keep thoughts and emotions under control

Don't try to shut down thoughts and emotions - they're a natural part of us. Instead, do not get...

Use your unconscious mind

We need more stillness in our lives. There's too much noise. Just think about how your mind is b...

Be turned on by obstacles

Stoicism is most likely the best form of philosophy out there. The reason is this: it’s practica...

The Muse and her gifts

Apparently, Zeus had nine daughters with Mnemosyne called the Muses. They represent the source o...

On being unapologetic

Don’t ever apologize for who you are, what you like, what you enjoy, and what you want. Be absol...

How to stop judging others

For quite some time, I've been pondering about why do we judge other people so much and how to s...

You’re the average of the five people you spend your time with

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”

Jim Rohn

Many peo...

The metamorphosis has to happen

There are some things in life that you not only want to have or achieve - you absolutely must ac...

Finding your life’s task

If you’ve read Mastery by Robert Greene, then the following story is familiar; if not - here is ...

Have your own platform: Facebook is dying

If you’re an artist or a business and you’re building your following and business on someone els...

Tweaking your life

What brings success? What gets you to your goals? Is it some big breakthrough? No, it’s the smal...

The best way to give feedback

Giving feedback is a sort of a delicate thing. It’s delicate because it’s very easy for people t...

Seek to get triggered

What’ve I’ve noticed is that not many people have the ability to hold two or more opposing ideas...

Focus on the people who appreciate you

Focus on the people that appreciate you and your work. Don't focus on those who don't. They don'...

Show up

Show up no matter what. Show up every day, not because you need something from others but becaus...

Status anxiety

Instead of working on ourselves to look cool why not work on ourselves to actually be cool?

W...

Why escalators are dangerous

Some people use the escalator or the elevator and then go to the gym to use the treadmill or the...

“Why is this happening to me?”

So, today morning started very interestingly: first I damaged my shoe to the sharp edge of a foo...

The amygdala

Seth Godin calls it the lizard brain, Steven Pressfield calls it the resistance. However you wan...

On the importance of being authentic

I think that authenticity has become one of the scarcest resources. There’s so little of it out ...

Self-teach yourself

I think it’s so cool we can nowadays learn almost anything we want to learn. All the information...

Smaller is better

Almost anything is better at small than big. Small is compact, weighs less, is more portable, us...

Escaping life vs. living life

If you do an audit on your life, how much time do you spend escaping your life and how much of i...

The “green lumber fallacy”

What do we need to know to make decisions? It turns out we might often be very wrong about the d...

Maintaining your self-image

Here's something you might've not known about yourself: in your field, you're probably not as go...

Don’t check your phone before doing your work

Checking your phone for news, updates, emails, notifications for new messages, feed updates for ...

Survive to thrive

I like to write articles. Even though I might not write good ones every day, I write every day, ...

Do your work before breakfast

I’ve only recently started to realize that eating breakfast might not be better than eating brea...

RAS and The Secret

Have you ever wondered how much data comes on our way every day and moment?

How many pieces of ...

Categorization

There's no need to categorize ourselves. We're often too worried about who we are or in which bo...

Why I write and why you should too

Writing makes you think. It’s impossible to write without thinking at least a little bit.

Every...

Having vs. doing vs. being

There are three main levels of operating in this world. 

Spiritually speaking, people at the lo...

Self-sabotaging

Here’s the thing: our unconscious mind runs the show. Whatever is down, there affects us - and i...

We’re all tyrants inside

We all judge other people in some way or another. Even if we don’t say anything out loud, in our...

Habit in a nutshell: why we check our phones so often?

In the 1970s, Michael Zeiler experimented with pigeons by rewarding them after they clicked a bu...

Nobody will save you

Follow instructions, shut up, do as you’re told, don’t stand out too much, don’t ask too many qu...

Should we always be positive?

I think so.

Being positive is not the same as being happy or feeling great. These are emotions....

Give, and don’t expect anything for it

Help others - share tips, start a blog, or a Youtube channel. Offer value for free without wanti...

The importance of balance (compositional technique)

Hi, and good morning or evening - depending on where in the world you are - I hope you're having...

The best writing app

Typora with the Newsprint theme. ’It’s the best writing program ’I’ve ...

If you don’t get what you want...

Many people get really angry or frustrated when they don’t get something they think they deserve...

How to never run out of things to say?

I used to struggle a lot with being able to hold a conversation. I often “ran out of things to s...

Is competition good or bad?

Here are two ideas about competition. 

First, there is the idea that competition puts producers...

What's the alternative?

Some things just need to be done. We don't want to because that particular way might be uncomfor...

Strive for better problems

Everyone wants to have a better life. A life without problems where everything is easy, and ther...

Always carry a camera in your pocket or around your neck

I don’t think it’s a good idea to have a camera in your bag. 

Either have your camera around yo...

If you're not growing, you're dying

There is no middle. It can only be one or the other. You're either moving up (upward spiral) or ...

Don't lose your momentum

Momentum is one of the best things in life. It’s valuable, and if you don’t appreciate it enough...

Not everyone will like you

We all have that need to be liked. Some more than others but nevertheless we all want people to ...

Quality is not always better than quantity

I think in most cases, quantity weighs over quality. Especially when it comes to making art.

Th...

Top photography tips from Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry (born 1950) is known mostly for his amazing portraits - especially for the famous ...

We’re in the future

Everyone is constantly on their phones. People don’t say “hi” to each other, let alone know thei...

What is depression?

We tend associate negative emotions with something "bad" and positive emotions with "good."

How...

The 'thank you' economy

I was having a small dinner at the Kou Xuan Pin Spicy Stinky Tofu restaurant - a restaurant ...

Why it’s crucial that you do what you love

How many people are stuck in a job that they hate? Why is it so?

The answer to the first questi...

Project Luxembourg

As some of you may know, I am based in Luxembourg officially the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (_Gro...

Art and imaginary drawn lines

People like to put art into boxes: “this is a painting, this is sculpture, this is photography, ...

Secrets to become inspired and effectively smash creative blocks

I believe all artists have these “blocks” every once in a while. Feeling of discouragement or la...

How meat eggs and coffee will make you happier

If you avoid eating carbohydrates and eat healthy fats, your body will start to burn fat for fue...

5 important lessons by a master of photography - Lu Nan (呂楠 )

Lu Nan (born 1962) is a legendary Chinese photographer and a Magnum correspondent....

On dreams

Step number 1: Write down what you really want to do in life.

Step number 2: Watch Into the W...

2 key lessons you can learn from Mikhael Subotzky

Mikhael Subotsky (born 1981) is a South African artist. At the age of 25, he was o...

Fear of photographing mannequins

By “fear,” I mean more the “what do other people think of me?” type of thought process.

Lately,...

What to photograph?

Here’s a thought: it’s not about what you photograph, it’s about how you photograph.

We put so ...

The worth of pictures

Everyone has heard the old adage “A picture is worth a thousand words.” It implies the notion th...

Art x self-development

I hope you're all having a great day so far.

Some of you may be wondering why I write about top...

8 important insights Marc Riboud can teach you about photography

Marc Riboud (1923 – 2016) was a French photographer. He joined Magnum in the fifti...

On the importance of doing deep work

I’m not going on a long rant about social media and smartphones and how these things significant...

The hard thing about hard things

This is the title of Ben Horowitz’s book. The guy who built a company from scratch and then sold...

How to know if your photo is good?

I recently received an e-mail from a follower who asked me how to know if a photo is good enough...

I need more information

The US intelligence services were highly criticized for not detecting the 9/11 attacks even thou...

You are not your stories

“I’m a professional; I don’t do this; I don’t do that; I can’t do that; this is not me” are some...

10 lessons on getting good at photography fast

By “good,” I mean good. I don’t mean becoming a master - that’s another sto...

What do you find funny?

A couple of days ago on one evening I took a piece of paper and wrote on it: “What do I find fun...

3 tips for street portraits

By no means am I good at portraits. I'm just learning, but there's a couple of things...

Be turned on by your own work

I regularly look at some of my own photographs and re-read my own articles. Not because to evalu...

Don’t be a sheep

This is the tendency I have noticed (and I’ve been guilty of this of course): we read or listen ...

5 tips on being more productive

This is the term Steven Pressfield uses.

What he means by turning pro is t...

Find your lane

This is a follow up to my article [“Focus on your strengths.”](https://kristjanvingel.com/posts/...

External vs. internal metrics

I think the biggest issue with social media is not even that its mostly a waste of time and it...

Top 10 lessons Austin Kleon has taught me about art and creativity

If you do any kind of art or creative work, then I really really really really recomme...

Marketing lesson #8: email newsletter

As is true for so many things, the best time to have built your network was yesterday. The sec...

Marketing lesson #7: own your platform and your followers

Many photographers and artists don't have their own website. They rely solely on Instagram or so...

Marketing lesson #6: price is marketing

Every once in a while, there is an article or a story of a photographer who complains about clie...

Marketing lesson #5: find your people (following)

Business geniuses Eric Ries and Peter Thiel talk about this false hope of” build it, and they wi...

Marketing lesson #4: use your real name

One of the best ideas I got from Erik Kim (besides owning your platform) is to use your real nam...

Marketing lesson #3: the power of word of mouth

Forget about SEO and all the fancy optimization methods, word of mouth is probably the most powe...

Marketing lesson #2: be authentic

There’s a story of Isaac Asimov having great admiration for Carl Sagan and his books. This is wh...

Marketing lesson #1: provide value and create trust

Providing value means continuously putting stuff out there. Blogging consistently, making videos...

Why artists need to market themselves?

So that, you the artist, wouldn’t starve to death.

No, but seriously. Otherwise, you risk endin...

The willpower myth

We tend to think that some people have stronger willpower than we do. If we give in on something...

Create urgency

We all have that thing we want to do, but we’re not doing them. I’m not talking about some to-do...

There are no wrong choices

We are sometimes too quick to judge and categorize events as good or bad. E.g., you want to get ...

Street photography is a social thing

Other than paparazzo’s hunting down celebrities, street photography may be the most controversia...

Photography: Look for simple backgrounds

In photography, isolating your subject(s) is essential, and a sign of a quality photo. There are...

You’re already awesome

We have this tendency to think we have to do XYZ to become good enough. Right now I suck, but if...

Crabs in a bucket

We want to fit in and that’s what we’re being told to do. We want to be different, but not to th...

Real artists ship

Steve Jobs said that. At least, it's attributed to him.

There's a story concerning the shipping...

Stop theorizing, go test it yourself!

I'm find it almost always amusing when someone comments on some video or article that this or th...

Focus on your strengths

You've probably heard about the famous 10 000 rule (popularized by Malcolm Gladwell). The idea i...

What do homing pigeons and humans have in common?

If you take a homing pigeon, put it in a cage, cover the cage and drive the bird thousands of mi...

Share your work

A lot of us want to make art and share it with others, but we also feel that something holds us ...

Hating is a luxury

One of my articles got recently published in [PetaPixel](https://petapixel.com/2019/07/06/a-guid...

Input = output

The idea behind the title is this: the quality of your input, determines the quality of your out...

Collaborative vs. competitive frames

When we are in an environment where we don't know anyone or most of the people, we tend to be in...

Busy

We live in a world of too much. There’s so much going on all the time and so much to do.

I reme...

The ultimate guide to overcoming fear in street photography (and in life)

First things first. For me, street photography is more than just taking candid photos....

If you would be a machine

How much differently would you treat yourself?

If you’d look at yourself from a third person’s ...

Simple formula for success

If there’s a formula for success, it would be this: simple actions + time = success.

We often t...

On the importance of providing value and being open to receive

One of the biggest epiphanies I have had is the importance of giving value. I'm pretty sure that...

Everyone's a photographer until M

I see a lot of these “Everyone’s a photographer until M” T-shirts on Instagram. For those of you...

Photography: vertical vs horizontal, how to know?

Ever wondered why some photos are shot in horizontal (landscape mode) and others in vertical (po...

Why it's bad to be result oriented

To be “goal oriented” is something you can see a lot e.g. in job advertisements. “We're looking ...

Stop this bad habit

Leonardo Da Vinci started his day by writing down the things he wanted to learn that day.

Most ...

On congruency

What is congruency?

It's when your thoughts, words and actions are aligned. It basically means ...

A very important principle many photographers miss

The subject to background separation. This is one of the most important aspects of photography a...

Embrace chaos

I posted about this on Twitter as well a while ago and thought elaborating on it a bit further. ...

Why it's not a good idea to tell others what you're going to do

Ego gratification, that's why.

I'm going to write a book, I'm going to establish a business, I'...

Why it's not a good idea to tell others what you're going to do

Ego gratification, that's why.

I'm going to write a book, I'm going to establish a business, I'...

Forget big heavy cameras and get a compact camera

The main reason is this: You'll be a lot more happier. You'll be able to actually enjoy photogra...

How to form a habit? Powerful techniques to increase your success 10X

I am quite curious about the subject myself and read couple of books about it as well. Perhaps t...

Secret to take great photos of people: the one thing that makes a huge difference

Whether you're an established portrait photographer, aspiring street ...

How resistance is blocking you becoming who you want to be

Note: This is a long one, but depending where you are in your life, it might change your life. L...

How to be an artist?

First, we need to understand the “what.” This is my understanding of art: It’s not just painting...

On being indispensable

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