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Questions To Ask Yourself

Found these questions great to really ask yourself. Found via Shawn Blanc. It's from a great article by him, "Honest, Clarity, and Action" that everyone should read. An excerpt from that article. TONY ROBBINS’ 5 QUESTIONS Marc Benioff’s V2MOM method (Vision, Values, Methods, Obstacles, Measurements) which are based on Tony Robbins’ five questions help us be [...]


Rockbottom At 26, Van Gogh Began To Draw

Fascinating turn of events with how he came to be. From his failures, a great artist emerged. Can you imagine what would have happened had he succeeded in becoming a preacher? From Alastair Sooke: Although ultimately his ambitions to become an evangelist would be thwarted – things got so bad that at one point his [...]


What Doesn’t Seem Like Work?

Nice article by Paul Graham. Hope you're able to find what's suitable for you as well. If something that seems like work to other people doesn’t seem like work to you, that’s something you’re well suited for. via Marco


Vintage Logos of The 70s

I sometimes see this pop up every once in awhile, but it's always nice to take a look at these. Surprising how well some of these hold up! Vintage Logos


The Illusion of Life

Fun animation video based on the 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. http://vimeo.com/93206523 via quipsologies - the12principles.tumblr.com


The Power of Array Formulas

By Bob Flisser, bob@swschool.com Using an array formula to attach an IF to a function that doesn’t have one. In a previous post, I showed how you could use an array formula to simulate an IF function that has two conditions. But arrays can create other types of what-if analysis, too. You may know that [...]


Demystifying Excel Array Formulas

By Bob Flisser, bob@swschool.com Use an array formula to create an IF statement that has two conditions The IF function in Excel lets a cell display one of two possible values, depending on whether a condition is true or false. The syntax is: =IF(condition to test, value if the condition is true, value if the [...]