Firstly, I want to welcome you back to my website.I do not know about you,but I was working on animating a few of my structural projects that I made over the last 2 years ( using Tekla Structures from Timble, an American company or Advanced Steel,from Autodesk ) and uploading the videos in which I showcase the projects ,and you can see some of the projects on youtube,take a look at this for example.
As a bit of a backround tour – I am a Civil Engineer,working for an American multinational firm,currently working from European Union,and I do international projects with my private firm ,and as a freelancer.
You can find me here
Contact links David Mead Freelancer for Structural/Civil Engineering projects Upwork - Click HERE FIVERR -Click HERE You can see my projects on youtube or on my Google Drive account Google Drive Youtube
And I stumbled in my break over an interesting article from a fellow blogger and financial betterment enthusiast,on his website,called underforward.wordpress.com a list of ways on how to better expand your knowledge. I highly recommend his website and I do hope that he will publish more quality articles like that .
I think that this is a great idea for a blog post,especially when you factor in the fact that the average man does not retain a lot from his intellectual adventures with e-books/paperback books/audiobooks/ podcasts and so on …And I do believe that we can do a lot to improve the our intellectual performance .
But first,let me remind you the presence of the buttons to LIKE,SHARE and Subscribe to my website,whether with WordPress or email, so that you are always notified when I post something new!
A few pointers for maximum results
I must remind you the importance of proper rest ,proper nutrition and the importance of the art of meditation,which will bring a whole new light over the quality of your life.
I also offered more pointers of what you can do to get the most of this lockdown period in THIS ARTICLE called 18 THINGS TO DO AT HOME.
I strongly suggest you check it out.
- Online courses -I recommend Skillshare and Coursera
- Taking notes while reading – An often overlooked tip ,but will do wonders for your retation
- Simple Puzzles– here is an example.
- Board games with friends like Cards Against Humanity
- Meditate-Learn HOW EXACTLY using this Book
- Sleep more with no devices in your room
What about you?What are the tips and tricks that you are willing to share with the world?