New post, new face! This time I want to put Alexi Panos in the spotlight. Not that she needs an actual spotlight to stand out though, it’s her vibrant and positive energy that do that. I personally love her energy. The home page of her website features a big happy picture of Alexi with the question “Want to have an EPIC life? I’ll show you how.” followed by pictures, videos, her blog and contact forms etc. A great and positive way to establish first contact with readers/viewers.
The first video I watched was shown to me by a friend, and the quirky, vibrant energy combined with cool video editing got me hooked:
It’s clearly someone who loves doing what she does, and wants to share that with the world. She’s trying to make the world a better place and is fully convinced she can do exactly that, one share at a time. I support such enthusiasm and the topic in general of course, hence this share. 🙂
Think about it for a second, reflect and look back. What have you done to change lately? With change I mean something new, something you grow from and/or something that deviates from your usual routine. Change brings variety in our lives, variety keeps us on our toes and makes us excited. Being more excited more often leads to a more enjoyable lifestyle. You see; change is important.
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Meet Henrik Edberg from Sweden, his ‘Positivity Blog‘ is simple, inspiring and right up my alley. In many ways he beat me to the punch. Luckily, in the world of people sharing their positivity and excitement for personal development and happiness, there are no competitors.
Henrik writes “practical articles and newsletters each week about simplifying life, reducing stress, social skills, self-esteem and improving your happiness and awesomeness.” Sign up for his newsletter in order to receive the same updates I do. They’re generally short and concise. Sometimes one has a major impact, sometimes it’s just the little pick-me-up you need.
Today Henrik shared the following post: 21 small ways to make life simpler.
The reason I want to share it here is because I recognise a lot of the steps, from personal experience and reading/hearing about it elsewhere. Timothy Ferriss (from the New Rich) also recommends some of the steps in his work. For instance their take on emails and time management are similar in a lot of ways, and rightly so.
It’s a short read, so read it carefully, take in the information and use what you feel is useful to you. (and more)
As our mutual friend Seneca once said:
“Philosophy calls for simple living, not for doing penance, and the simple way of life need not be a crude one.”