LIGHTHOUSE [ˈlaɪt.haʊs]
A tall building near the coast or shore with a flashing light at the top to warn ships of rocks and other dangers. (—Cambridge Dictionary)
Useful to navigate through the Tsunami of information overload and not lose orientation.

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  • Mark Elsdon‘s Hidden Gems
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  • The Rehearsal
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  • The Morning Routine
    Successful people have morning rituals. There are fixed times in the early morning where they execute important things: they write, ...
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  • LePaul Cards and Envelope
    There is a trick in the book ‘The Card Magic of Paul LePaul’ which has fascinated me since my youth: ...
  • Focus
    The information overload is severe. It is impossible to follow everything and be up-to-date. There is something amiss all the ...
  • Trapped
    How many does a person need? iPhone, iPad, iMac, Time Capsule, MacBook, iPod, various Clouds – Dropbox, iCloud, Evernote, etc. ...
  • Chase the Ace
    That trick has been around for a long time. It is a classic for the stand-up and stage performer (although ...