9. INSPIRE PROJECT: Inspire at least 100 people to start their own projects within 2015. Help them, coach them through their journeys and follow their progress. (Deadline: Dec 31st, 2015)

I really need your help in this, as:

  • if you want to start your own, please let me know.
  • your followes may be interested, so please share the idea briefly with a reference to my35project.

I will provide free coaching through the way as an ICF (International Coaching Federation) certificated coach 🙂

Thank you all, and thank you Nicole x to be my inspiration for this goal!

Please follow Nicole’s project and support her with this link.

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Alex - Project Lady

35 year old woman who has hit the rock bottom tryin to get up again and reach her 35 dreams I am a psychologist who suffers from major depression and severe fibromyalgia. It was all about career to me. But today, I have no job, no husband, no kids. Alone. And, I want to change my fucking life.


      1. Yay! I’ve just read it! So happy so happy!
        About being an organized student, I would love to help. For me, I was very unorganized but had a very high GPA 3.7/4.0 and graduated with double major + a minor. I made the school organize me.
        There are some tips:
        – Attend to all classes, never miss the classes. This organizes you a lot.
        – Participate in class, ask as many questions as you can. When listening, try to think like the instructor. If you were the instructor, what would you ask in the exam? And, ask that question in class 🙂 Therefore, you don’t need to study for any exam. I did not 🙂
        – Talk to your advisor at least once a week, Make him/her informed and make him/her organize you.
        – attend to office hours, learn everything that matters to the instructor.
        – If you are not good at note-taking, take them from a friend who is good at it. People help each other.
        – Always do your best in assignments. Never miss one. Ask for help from the instructor by attending office hours.

        Actually, I did all of these + worked part-time in college + won several scholarships.

        The key is,
        1. attend classes and be present
        2. be close to instructors
        3. think like the instructors.

        Those will also help in business life as
        1. Do not miss meetings, be there, participate
        2. get to know your managers
        3. think like the customer

        If you can manage this, it will give you lots of spare time that you can use for part-time jobs, hobbies or just for fun 🙂



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