Paul Barisich.

The owner of the Productivity, Health and Wellness website goes by the name of Paul Barisich. While the name may not be catchy, he aims to offer value in various ways. With 40 years of experience working in different industries and jobs, including a brewery, farming, nightclubs, the Australian Army, and even trying to be a pilot, he discovered that his most incredible talents and passions lie in technology. Therefore, he devoted most of his life to it.

Through this website, he aims to share my knowledge and learn more about improving the quality of life. He also hopes to inspire, educate, and potentially make new friends.

The Story

I have a story of trial and error, which I believe I inherited from my father. He was very opinionated and never hesitated to express his thoughts directly. Following his advice didn’t always work out for me. When he told me to go right, I went left instead. He warned me that my path would lead to tears, and unfortunately, he was right. However, my stubborn nature, which I developed in my early years, persists today.

I’m sure many of you can relate to my situation. Until recently, my life could be compared to Thomas Edison’s famous quote about creating a light bulb, although I haven’t come close to inventing anything as impressive as that. Currently, I’m still in the early stages of the inventing process.

There are many versions of his life during that period.

He was working on creating a practical light bulb or a new battery. He and his team of researchers conducted a series of unsuccessful experiments. A visitor to the lab, a co-worker, or a reporter sympathised with Edison regarding the failed experiments and the lack of results. Edison countered by saying one of the following:

I have not failed, not once.  I’ve discovered ten thousand ways that don’t work.

Thomas Edison

Or maybe this one

I have not failed 700 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving that those 700 ways will not work.

Thomas Edison

There are a few more. However, you get the drift of learning through failure and all that.

Once I realised my approach to life, it was simple: I just had to fail a lot faster than most. Towards my 40s, I had learned enough tricks, hacks and generally the right way to problems that got on in life much better.

I enjoyed reading and could read reasonably quickly, which was helpful when I managed large teams. I eventually did learn from others, and now I’d like to share.

The Mission

I aim to establish a successful online platform that promotes productivity, health, and wellness. The forum will offer various resources to help individuals enhance their personal and professional lives. By providing expert advice, practical tips, and a supportive community, we strive to motivate people to make positive changes that will lead to a more balanced and satisfying lifestyle that promotes mental and physical well-being. Together, we will embark on a journey to self-improvement, unlocking the potential for greatness within each individual and creating a world where productivity and well-being coexist in perfect harmony.

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