Samurai Book Review/Preview: 禅、シンプル生活のすすめ or Zen: Suggestions for Simple Living by Shunnmyo Masuno I am going back to the roots of Samurai Mind Online. When I began this blog I was inspired by Japanese self-help writers as way to learn how to use my mind better while learning Japanese . I was browsing through a Numazu […]
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Posted in Mind, Reading, Samurai Time Management, Uncategorized, tagged 30 minutes, 5 minutes, creativity, flow, immersion, learning, lifehack, memory management, mind body, notebooks, self-help, success, zen habits on May 25, 2012 | 4 Comments »
Little pieces floating back to the edge of consciousness. Samurai reviews old pages. Review your notebook, change your mind.
Break out the soy sauce, because Samurai Mind Online is lost in translating another Japanese source today! In this chapter of １日３０分」を続けなさい！人性勝利の勉強法５５ Learn to Win by Yukio Furuichi (古市幸雄) asks the simple question, what is the best way to read?
Posted in Deliberate Practice, Mind, Reading, Samurai Time Management, tagged diet, libraries, lifehack, memory management, motivation, self-help, success, time management on December 27, 2011 | 1 Comment »
Okay, not completely true. When I forget to turn in my daughter’s DVD of, let’s say, Barbie: A Fairy Secret (a cinematic tour de force-harrumph!) and am asked to fork over six bucks, my heart doesn’t sing. But then I remember that it is a forced donation to an organization that I have voluntarily given […]