Kickstart Your Habits with Chains

We are just over a week into the new year! Still, I want to wish you the best for 2013, may all your dreams come true.

So, how are you doing on those resolutions? Nine days in, big chance of already having a screw-up or two.

Not me. My new years resolution? Making my bed every […]

Four Weeks with a Kindle – Thoughts and Recommendations to You

I love to read. At least, I did love to read. But somehow, the last couple of years I fell asleep watching the latest episode of How I Met Your Mother, rewatching Friends or playing the new episode of Diggnation.

Anyway, I did anything but read. And back in my childhood, I read for hours […]

By |February 27th, 2012|Observations, Personal Development, Reviews, Study Hacks|4 Comments

Adobe Contest + Sweepstakes Microsite is Live!

As promised, I would share this link with you, the microsite of the Adobe. Adobe is organizing a challenge especially for students, called the ‘Imagination Challenge’.
Express yourself and win $10,000 in the Imagination Challenge
If you show the power and depth of your imagination using the Adobe CS 5.5 Student and Teacher edition software you […]

By |August 16th, 2011|Observations, Reviews|1 Comment

Language Hacking Guide

I haven’t done many reviews on this blog. That has a reason, I only want to do reviews on products I stand behind. And this one is.

I would like to introduce Benny Lewis, Benny is the author of Fluentin3months.com, a site about learning new languages. Benny currently speaks 8(!) languages. That is why he calls […]

By |November 2nd, 2010|Reviews, Study Hacks|1 Comment

Learn More, Study Less review

Interested in Learning More and Studying Less? Nice, same here. Scott H Young from ScottHYoung.com wrote an amazing ebook on that subject. Besides the book, Scott has also recently launched a video course on it, where he discusses the book in 12 modules. I will review both in this post.
The Book
Learn More, Study Less is […]

By |September 14th, 2010|Personal Development, Productivity, Reviews|0 Comments

DiscussCampus, for all your college questions

Since the start of StudySuccessful.com, you have the ability to ask questions in the comments. But the questions I get are mostly questions about the topic I just wrote. Another option is writing an email, or contacting me on Twitter. This can become too personal maybe. These reasons are probably why I don’t get […]

By |May 17th, 2010|Observations, Reviews, Tips and Tricks|0 Comments