From the monthly archives:

November 2010

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This video brings us to the end of the Video Challenge!

It’s been a great experience, and I’ll continue to be doing video on this blog.

The people I thanked in the video are:

And, of course, you fine people for watching the videos and giving me feedback! :D

I noticed many, many things I need to work on to make the videos more entertaining and useful.

Some of them are:

  • Use more facial expressions… Make that, any facial expression! :P
  • Improve tone (I’m too monotonous at the moment)
  • Add more humor (I tend to freeze up in front of the camera)
  • Include video effects
  • Prepare more for the videos

If you have any comments to share, please feel free to share them in the comments section! :D

Oh, and in case you were wondering why I was posing in the beginning of the video, you can check out my Twitter profile pic here: @haideralmosawi, and feel free to follow me if you’re not following me already. And don’t forget to say hi. ;)

You can visit all the previous video using the links below:

Day 1: Introduction

Day 2: The Self & The Self-Image

Day 3: Labels & Anti-Labels

Day 4: The Role of Self-Talk

Day 5: Negatively Positive

Day 6: The Success Triangle

Day 7: The Observer Effect

Day 8: Degrees Of Success

Day 9: Your Thoughts On Life Balance

Day 10: Tunnel-Vision vs Funnel-Vision

Day 11: The Meanings of Life Balance

Day 12: Why Life Balance Is Difficult

Day 13: The Maximum Way

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Video Challenge – Day 13: The Maximum Way

November 12, 2010

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OK, so this Video Challenge wasn’t conducted during consecutive days, but at least I’m getting the hang of video!
Today’s video looks at how life balance doesn’t involve compromise, but aiming for The Maximum Way.
So what’s The Maximum Way? [...]

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Guilt-Free Play

November 6, 2010

In theory, recreational activities are meant to bring joy, but rarely do so in practice.
Instead, we are filled with guilt whenever we take time off, and end up stressing and worrying more than relaxing.
If play isn’t fun, then it’s not serving us in the way that it should. So why do we feel so guilty [...]

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Balance or Harmony?

November 5, 2010

During my off-days from the Video Challenge, I’m looking at some of the opinions my thoughtful friends have shared with me about life balance.
My blogger friend Gina pointed out the negative sentiments that might arise from the use of the word “balance” in her comment on my twelfth video in the Video Challenge.
… I see [...]

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Life Areas: Separating the Inseparable

November 3, 2010

I won’t be posting a video today (and most likely tomorrow, either, unless Panadol tea is a miracle cure), due to an unwelcome cold and an unholy runny nose. Instead, I thought I’d address a couple of issues that were raised by a couple of blogger buddies of mine on the topic of life balance.
In [...]

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