I am not the Ahmad Azizi poet!

If you've searched for "Ahmad Azizi" and landed to this webpage, you should be informed that this website (and my other websites) does not belong or have any relation with Ahmad Azizi poet.

This website belongs to a different identity, and by the time I'm receiving messages from people who have confused me with "Ahmad Azizi Poet", "Ahmad Azizi politician", "Dr. Ahmad Azizi" and some other Ahmad Azizis in the world.

Anyway, if you were not looking for any of the persons above, hopefully you're on the right place! That's me!

Breaking Bad

Mindset

I just thought of sharing you with some of the best concepts that I really live with everyday.

All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. --Walt Disney
The perceived complexity of a task will expand to the time allot to it. --Parkinson's Law

 There are Lots of ideas, rules, points, laws and favorite quotes that a person likes best, but a single one is enough to change one's vision of whole life. No need for too many, a few can be enough to start a journey or survive! The most complex things, the greatest achievements have always been based on a simple but clever idea or concept.

Be wishful,
Nov 2010, Ahmad,
the AmdZ.

My Notes

  • Nights by dots [Posted on 5 January 2013]
    Starting tonight, I'm going to add a single dot(.) at the end of this note to see how many dots I'll get at the end of this month. There is defference between deciding to do something and actually doing something and there are meanings behind every dot. Every dot means an stable state of mind at a certain time to remember some important aspects of life which I need to take action on it. [View Full Story]
  • Mission clean-up has been completed! [Posted on 10 December 2011]
    During November, AmdZ.com ran out of hosting space and I was able to free up space by 60%. [View Full Story]
  • Eliminate the anxiety of time by applying the best time management strategy [Posted on 16 May 2011]
    Time boxing is the most effective time management tool that I've found. It is about to simply fixing a time period to work on a single task or group of tasks. In this note, I'll try to introduce you to the Pomodoro technique, a great, lovely time boxing strategy that I'm applying for almost a year to manage the time. [View Full Story]
  • A whole new Look and Feel for AmdZ.com [Posted on 27 March 2009]
    AmdZ.com has a whole new look and feel since March 27, 2009. [View Full Story]

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