Browsing Archive: November, 2012

Motivation Restoration

Posted by Kelly Mitchell on Thursday, November 29, 2012,
Motivation is a really interesting phenomenon. It is the basis for any sort of activity – creative or otherwise. It is the difference between a productive employee and one who is barely working. Motivation is really fragile – it can be broken in the blink of an eye but luckily, it can also easily be restored (or at least a part of it) in the matter of minutes. It was boils down to how well you understand people.

Frequently, if you show people some understanding and pay some attention to th...
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Jimmy’s Games

Posted by Kelly Mitchell on Thursday, November 22, 2012,
The time comes in every man’s life when he has to grow up. In that moment, after he’s been dragged through all the Nine Circles of Hell, he has to get up, look at the Devil and say: “Is that you’ve got, you miserable twat?” He has to grow balls of steel. That’s when he can tackle any challenge.

That moment in Jimmy Irons’ life came when he was trying to complete “Mario, the Lost Levels” on speed run, without dying. He had trained for months and that was the moment of truth. H...
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The Realisation

Posted by Kelly Mitchell on Thursday, November 15, 2012,
Connor woke up with an uneasy feeling. It was a clear day, but there was something he didn’t like in the air. There was something making him want to stay in bed all day and not go anywhere. It was a Saturday, so he could generally afford it. Except for cleaning his apartment he didn’t have any appointments. He was feeling depressed for some reason but he wasn’t sure why. Only later would he realise that the reason was a sudden realisation he had come to – that his life was completely ...
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Maxwell’s Law

Posted by Kelly Mitchell on Friday, November 2, 2012,

Julian Maxwell postulated his law about four years ago, twelve months after he began working for the cleaning company. His law stated that the quantity of work was proportional to what day of the week it was. So, for example, Mondays were pretty much free and Fridays were a waking nightmare. Nobody has managed to disprove Maxwell’s law yet.

When he postulated his law, Julian was the oldest cleaner in a small cleaning company in West Yorkshire. The business grew in the years to come, ho...


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