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The Flourishing Entrepreneurial Lifestyle
FELS is a global movement to share amazing content and inspirational insights embodying the lifestyle of successful and ambitious people
Crosswords & Sudoku – Hobbies to try
Do you think crosswords and sudoku are only for the elderly? Well, think again. I, at 20 years old, find
Learning from Failure
Many of us have been rejected or fired from jobs, which can be disheartening. If this has happened to you,
mRNA: Rising Trend in BioTech
As with other medical technologies mentioned previosuly in our blog such as CRISPR and Phages, the use of messenger RNA
Book Recommendation: Believe and Achieve
A great must read for every day inspiration, this book by Chris Naylor features the World's Most Motivational Quotes. It
Benefits of living in another country
Traveling for vacation is very different than living in another country. When you live in another country you will build
Minimalism — what are your thoughts?
Minimalism is a philosophy about getting rid of excess stuff and living life based on experiences rather than worldly possessions. In
FELS 2021 New Year Annoucements
Thanks for being a fan of FELS and we hope you are finding great learnings and benefit from our content
The Advice You Wish You’d Gotten Sooner
We’re always learning, all through life - but there are some things that we wish we’d realized earlier. Here are
How will our world change after COVID?
The world after COVID is unlikely to return to the world that it was once before and that does not
The Creative Morning
Do you know what’s going on in your brain when you first wake up in the morning? Your brain is
Sleep is never a waste of time!
We spend one third of our lives sleeping and not one minute of it is wasted! During sleep, our energy
Eat well and be well
Everyone knows that your body and your mind are inextricably linked. It’s almost impossible to be productive and well-adjusted if
Take a hike!
Hiking is one of those activities that is deceptively simple. It encompasses all sorts of activities, from gentle strolls through
A Digital Detox
Over the past twenty years, the digital world has reshaped the day-to-day reality of our lives. Technological innovation has enhanced
How Increased Psychological Flexibility Can Help You
Research shows that psychologically flexible individuals show greater resilience. They have enhanced wellbeing, they’re more open-minded, they handle pressure better
Art Appreciation – Virtually!
Life is full of stress. It often seems like we spend our days hurrying from one task to the next,
Communication for Entrepreneurs
As anyone who owns their own business knows all too well, good communication and great networking skills are the foundation
Weightlifting as Therapy
Weightlifting is an interesting activity. When you deadlift a heavy barbell, you’re using every part of your body. Your arms,
How to Live the Freelance Life
Freelancing sounds like the modern dream. Being your own boss, working when you want and as often as you want,
Mindfulness Throughout the Day
Day-to-day life is a busy experience. Going through the day, we’re generally in a hurry to get our work done
A New, Greener Luxury
I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but the luxury industry has undergone something of a facelift of late. While
Ziplining: A Stimulating Mental & Physical Challenge!
Ziplining is an unusual activity, in that it’s a mental challenge as much as a physical one. The basics of
Introspection: Identifying Your Skills, Passion, And Career
Before you can make an impact on the world and the people around you, you must first understand yourself. Through
The Benefits of Teaching in Your Learning Process
The learning process differs for each person. Personal, biological, developmental, and social aspects all play a role in the rate
Keeping an Open Mind: How to Reduce Implicit Biases
We sometimes find ourselves in positions wherein we already have a preconceived idea of what we’ll do before we even
Getting Unstuck: 6 Ways to Get Your Creativity Back
There are several reasons why it’s hard to get your creative juices flowing. Here are ways to get your creativity
Arts: The Vatican Museum
As art appreciation is an effective way to inspire and widen your mindset, one of the best art collections in
EdTech: Transforming Education
Just like FinTech startups are disrupting the world of finance, businesses that are innovating in the EdTech space aim to
Fêtes de Genève
The charming lakeside city of Geneva, Switzerland comes to life each summer with various festivities and events, including this major
Book: The Stress Code
In this insightful and science-backed book, health and performance consultant Richard Sutton gives us a deep-dive into the mechanics of
Bulletproof Coffee benefits
Popularized back in 2014 by famous biohacker Dave Asprey, this special coffee mix became a global phenomenon hailed by people
Meet the person behind FELS!
We hope you've been enjoying all the success lifestyle content we've been sharing lately, perhaps finding it beneficial to your
The Scoop on FinTech
The rising wave of startups in the financial technology domain (known as FinTech for short) are among the fastest-growing sectors
Thingyan Water Festival
To mark the Burmese new year (occurind around mid-April), this unique festival features the throwing/spraying of water around cities and
Book Recommendation: Stay Hungry
Famous comedian Sebastian Maniscalco poured his heart out into this humorous memoir about striving for success. Using profiund stories of
Activity: Desert dune bashing
It's always fun to be out in nature and tackle some of its inherent challenges. Desert activities such as 4x4
Apple AR Glasses
According to popular tech site Tom's Guide, Apple is working on an innovative new augmented reality wearable device called Apple
La Gozadera: a unifying song
Released in 2015, this popular "multinational" song reached over a billion views as it touched people with heartfelt lyrics cheering
The world from above
What a good time to admire how our world looks from above, naturally with its windy rivers and rugged mountains,
Antioxidants are useful in small amounts as they help clean up our cells and potentially help them survive for a longer
Gene editing technology (CRISPR)
Some of us may have seen the recent Netflix documentary "Unnatural Selection" which delves into the high-tech world of genetic
Book Recommendation: Range
In this insightful book, author David Epstein presentes well-researched arguments to explain how in our modern world "generalists" (people with
A Day in York
If you're looking to clear your mind and find some new inspiration, spend a day in York, England. With its
Are you fit for entreprenuership?
Entrepreneurship and startup culture has been a buzzing fad around the world in recent years... but can anyone be an
Have you heard some Chinese pop?
Many of us have heard of K-Pop and other forms of Asian-Western fusion music, though Chinese pop tends to be
Phages – business opportunities?
Phages are useful viruses that can be used to destroy harmful bacteria. Discovered by European scientists around 100 years ago,
Go organic or not?
Organic foods will not necessarily make you lose weight, though they are a better choice for long-term health. Such foods
Book Recommendation: Superfans
This book is a must-read for any entrepreneurs trying to build a loyal tribe on social media, as it clearly
No doubt that artificial intelligence is rising fast and strong. We've all seen recent examples like the new Google bots
Many of us have been separated from relatives or friends for a long period due to the current pandemic situation,
GLOBALISTAS! Teaser Announcement
This summer we are working on a first-of-a-kind compilation book of travel insights and learnings from the people who travel
Activity: animal safari
Seeing and interacting with animals in the wild is quite an enriching experience. typically sheltered in our city homes and
Dietary Fiber is a useful food component which can help your body digest and remove waste more effectively and also
Book Recommendation: Payoff
In this landmark book, author Dan Ariely lays out the foundations of human motivation and why people tend to do
COVID-19 Tech Options
The current novel coronavirus pandemic has given rise to several types of apps and digital platforms and also caused some
Activity: Mountain hiking
Walking up a small mountain or rocky outcropping is a nice way to clear your mind, get some good exercise
Understanding the Glycemic Index
Glycemic Index (GI) is a very important concept to grasp, as basically it describes how much different types of carbs
3-D Street Art
It's always good for any smart and savvy business people to cultivate their taste in art and culture, as that
Radioactivity is a curious phenomenon indeed, the fact that certain materials can break up spontaneously and relsease a radiation of
“Seeing the Code”
Most of us may remember the famous scene towards the end of the popular movie The Matrix back in 1999,
Book Recommendation: Genius Foods
Can certain foods actually make you smarter and more productive? According to research by famous documentarian Max Lugavere and his
With only around 500 cases identified so far, Tanzania is currently fortunate to be one of the least-affected countries in
Robots help out during the pandemic
This dog-shaped Spot robot by Boston Dynamics has been busy at work assisting humanity in various way during the current
Things to do in quarantine: Learn a musical instrument
Follow us and you’ll see a new useful suggestion for this every week!Most of us have always wished to play
Book Recommendation: Peak Performance
In this insightful new book, authors Steve Magness & Brad Stulberg show from personal experience how extraordinary performance can often
How many languages do you speak?
Languages are quite interesting, they’re something like an operating system for humans. Not only do they carry all the words
System Sounds: a new perspective on the universe
Want to expand your mental horizons a bit? Have a look at this inspirational TED Talk by astrophysicist/musician Matt Russo
Try the Keto Diet
You have probably been hearing the word “keto” or the ketogenic lifestyle in general lately as it has been buzzing
Things to do in quarantine: New business Ideas
Follow us and you’ll see a new useful suggestion for this every week! Are you an aspiring entrepreneur who is
Book Recommendation: Indestructible
While many of us are getting used to working from home lately, it becomes important to learn how to keep
Have you tried meditation?
You may have heard a lot about meditation, mindfulness and related exercises like yoga and tai chi. Several recent studies
Song of Ambition: Proud
What have you done today to make you feel proud? This question of encouragement is posed by UK singer Heather
Eat More Fish!
As you may have seen in one of our previous posts, the key supplements for a strong immune system include
Things to do in quarantine: Skills Inventory
Follow us and you’ll see a new useful suggestion for this every week! When’s the last time you sat down
Online business always prevails!
I have always been a proponent of online business, recommending it to people through my entrepreneurship consulting practice. As we
Song of Ambition: Am I Wrong?
Would you be wrong to have ambitions and dreams bigger than those around you? Is it bad to stretch yourself
Things to do in quarantine: research new destinations
Follow us and you’ll see a new useful suggestion for this every week! Here’s a good one to start with
Social distancing… forever?
Not sure how everyone feels, but I for one have taken a liking to this recent social distancing phenomenon. Less
Who’s your quarantine buddy?
At this time of social isolation we all need someone who can support us through tough times and help us
Eat well, sleep well, and stay well these days!
With people in many countries confined to their homes in this period, it’s important to maintain and healthy diet and
Remote work gets a boost
If there is one thing that the recent CoronaVirus (#COVID-19) #outbreak has taught us recently, is that commuting to work
The COVID-19 Outbreak & Robotic Cars
Self-driving cars have been developed over the last decade or so by companies like @Tesla and others, but the wake
Book Recommendation: The Book of Awesome
This cute little book by Neil Pasricha enlightens us on how to notice, savor and enjoy the little pleasures in
Computer games are good for you!
With lots of people stuck indoors during these coming weeks, it can be a refreshing experience to download and play
Song about human solidarity
In this testing time for humanity, this song by Michael Jackson is a soothing reminder for us to support one
Tips to boost immunity against disease
With scares of a viral pandemic propagating around the world, here are some tips to help improve our immune systems
The Deal with Energy Bars
Everyone seems crazy about energy bars lately, and you find huge section for them in most supermarkets or health stores.
Song: Do you really want it?
Back in 1994, this song went “viral” along with its electrifying stage performance by Ricky Martin. Combining catchy lyrics in
SXSW Sneezes for Corona
The world-famous annual conference known as South by Southwest (#SXSW), which happens every spring in Austin, Texas has been canceled
Food on a hot plate
Some restaurant food chains in Asia (such as Pepper Lunch) serve this food concept where the meal is presented to
Book Recommendation: Game Changers
Coming from Dave Asprey, the renowned biohacker and creator of the Bulletproof Diet, this interesting book presents optimal lifestyle habits
Exploration of celestial objects
Until now, space probes have been able to land and take pictures on at least 4 large objects in the
The Modern-day Constantinople
Istanbul, the city at the crossroads of Asia & Europe, has come a long way since the Ottoman Turks captured
New Gadgets: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Released earlier this month, this innovative design solves the common problem of carrying a large #smartphone in a small pocket.
Book Recommendation: Contagious
This book outlines the power of word-of-mouth and the six basic principles that drive things to become popular or viral.
The Power of Tropical Fruits
Brazil is known for its fresh and juicy coconuts, which are a very healthy source of fat and make refreshing
Carnival in Brazil
It is that time of the year where the streets of Rio de Janeiro gather two million people per day
Anyone been to Kyrgyzstan?
Full of culture and history, this country is an inexpensive destination for #adventure #travel and discovery. The capital city of
Amazing Superfood Salads
Salmon and avocado have all the good fats, plus the fish protein and fiber from beans will help keep you
The Oscars – Foreign Winners?
Have you seen the Oscars last week? What do you think of acting winners Renee Zellweger, Juaquin Phoenix, Laura Dern,
5-Minute Daily Habits That Will Make You Smarter
In this article by LaddersHQ, several useful #habits are described which are in line with our #My_FELS way of living
The Age of Digital Assistants
With very expensive advertising spots (around $3 million for each 30 seconds), the American SuperBowl game features some of the
What’s the deal with tandoori chicken?
Not commenting on Indian food in general here, but this particular dish with the famous oven-roasted chicken can be healthy
Abu Dhabi – A Rising Star of Business & Culture
The UAE’s famous capital city has been quietly growing to become a hot-spot for arts, entertainment and tech business. Abu
Book Recommendation: BEHAVE
This recent book by Robert Sapolsky provides deep insights on human behavior at its best and worst, while shedding light
Have you tried EVERYTHING?
Ask yourself this question each time you feel down, and listen to this motivating and uplifting song by Shakira which
What’s Your Fuel?
Do you think you or anyone should be eating these foods? We all know that excess sugars and carbs can
Tallinn – Fusion of Old & New
The capital city of Estonia has an interesting dichotomy with a historic old town area over 1,000 years old neighboring
Book Recommendation: The Startup J-Curve
This profound book by Howard Lowe confirms what most savvy entrepreneurs should already know – that startups take a big
Who Listens to Trap?
Romanian music producer Inkyz has given a new flavor to the Trap genre by fusing various eastern & western tunes
Healthy or Not: Keto Ice Cream
Popular creamery chain Kind Kones presents some healthier alternatives to ice cream, including sugar-free and Keto varieties sweetened with xylitol
Growth Activity: Indoor Skydiving
This safer alternative to the real extreme sport can be useful for those who have a fear of dropping out
Sprawling Jakarta: Fast-Rising Center for Business & Tech
Jakarta, Indonesia has been exploding in urban sprawl and modern architecture, and more recently with a new super airport terminal
Book Recommendation: 12 Rules for Life
Written by a renowned Canadian psychologist, this thoughtful book provides life advice through essays on abstract ethical principles, psychology, mythology, religion, and
Decade in Review (2010-19)
CNET presents a summary of the major technological advancements of the past decade, starting with Steve Jobs unveiling the iPad
The Kuduro Dance – dazzling 10 year on!
Take a moment to watch this catchy song again, which brought up a dance & Zumba craze to the world
Healthy or not? Chinese Crispy Duck
Duck is generally healthy, even with its fat – though much better roasted rather then fried. Just go easy on
Activity: Flying a Small Plane
This thrilling activity can help you improve focus and develop a heightened sense of awareness with fast reactions. Find an
Old Athens: Cradle of Greek Civilization
This amazing archaeological site once held the capital of ancient Greece with its renowned literary and philosophical centers, also creating
Book Recommendation: The Formula
In this pioneering examination of the scientific principles behind success, a leading researcher reveals the surprising ways in which we can
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon launch event
The advanced rocket system successfully performed an in-flight abort test this week, which is a crucial safety function for carrying
Healthy or not? Quinoa Salad
Great combination of quinoa grains, leafy green vegetables, fresh avocado, and half-cooked egg. What do you think?
Activity: Base Jumping
This fun activity is guaranteed to push you out of the comfort zone and jolt you with an invigorating thrill!
Genting Highlands: Entertainment Above the Clouds
This huge and modern complex sits on top of a mountain peak in Malaysia – offering countless options for shopping,
Book Recommendation: The Science of Social Intelligence
This book can help you learn advanced social skills for building charisma and magnetism, based on top psychologists’ research.
CGI Cats – Creepy or Cute?
Computer-generated imagery has transformed the theatrical makeup and costumes of the original ‘80s Cats musical into their modern tech equivalents…