Being aware of your own mental state before you make a choice will enable you to make better choices and have a stronger integrity. Let's talk about how.
When I say self-discipline, what comes to mind? Does it have to do with forcing yourself to do things you don’t want to do? There's a better way!
Many believe that in order to do something that we're afraid of, we first have to become unafraid. But there's a better way, that's a lot easier.
While it's tempting to try to learn techniques to "make" people like us, there's a better and more healthy option we should explore.
When you truly understand rejection, you’ll eventually stop being afraid of it. So let's dive deeper into the facts and psychology behind rejection, and help you stop worrying about it once and for all.
Want to know how to turn your excuses into an advantage rather than let them hold you back? Let me give you a simple way to do that.
Have you ever noticed that although you understand something logically, it just doesn't feel true - or affect how you do or experience things? Let's take a look at why that happens, and how we can help our emotions catch up to our intellect.
How many times have you meant to do something but never really gotten around to it? It turns out that starting something before we're ready to will often get us better results than to wait for the right moment.
Do you actively and consciously choose how you're going to show up in your own life? If you don't, try it - it will help you get a lot more of what you want.
How often do you think you trick yourself without realizing it? Most people say "never" or "rarely", but we all do it, all the time.
How people will behave is something we all think about at times. And there's a simple, almost obvious, way to predict it that everyone knows - but most forget about.
A lot of people think that introvert and extrovert are synonyms of shy and outgoing. But that's not quite true, at least not in psychology. Let's explore what it really means, and how that helps us.
Information junkies know a lot about a lot of things, but their knowledge rarely seems to translate into real-world results. Let's look at why, and how to avoid the trap.
The mind-body connection (called the psychosomatic effect in psychology and medicine) can help us do incredible things. And quite a few fun ones too.
There are many ways to improve yourself. You can work on your health, your social life, your success, your confidence, and so on. And they will all be helped by doing this one thing.
I love to scare people. And it's not (just) because I'm mean. It's also because I'm fascinated by the psychology of irrational fears and I like to play with it.