What you think is just part of everyday life might actually be a huge distraction. And even though you might already know that things like Netflix and Facebook are pretty distracting, you’re probably not aware of just how much time they’re sucking away from you. That’s time you won’t ever get back. Here are a few facts that put things into perspective.
I left my 20s in 2016 and I’m writing this New Year’s Eve to tell you a bunch of things that will potentially save your life (because they saved mine). Let’s all Woo and Yay for an incredible 2017.
Not caring about what other people think is way easier said than felt. Why do we feel so bad when we get rejected anyway? Well, as I’ve come to realize, it’s actually programmed into our subconscious minds in very subtle ways at a very early age. This is what gives rise to what I call, “the divided self.”
“Being authentic” is all the rage these days. So much so that it’s become a huge trend. If it’s trendy to be authentic, though, are you really being authentic? What does it even mean to be authentic? Is this some kind of bullshit, abstract idea that isn’t even real? Allow me to clear up what we all ought NOT to assume what authenticity really means (as well as what it should mean).
How the heck did we turn into a such goal-obsessed society? Don’t get me wrong — I’m one of them (or used to be) so I’m not hatin’ on anyone. But wow, if there’s anything that’s become more obvious to me as of late about how wrong we are in assuming what creates a happy life, it’s our addition to wanting to achieve our goals.
It’s natural to feel inspired by summer and how everything around us springs to life. Doesn’t it just make you want to do more with yourself? The thing is, we often come up with these elaborate fantasies of summer fun and epic goals, but then often never end up fulfilling most of them. Here’s what I figure is really going on.
Man, don’t you just hate the term “time management?” I definitely do. It took me a long time to figure out that the only way I can accomplish more is by focusing on just the most important things that will move me forward and cutting everything else out from my schedule. Here are 50 things we could all really consider doing less of to get more done.
We’re practically reborn every morning when we wake up. So why aren’t we happier about it? If anything, waking up is regarded as the most loathsome part of the day by the general public. Myself included. Well, until recently. Find out how I trained myself to wake up happy.
We’re constantly being victimized by the beliefs, assumptions, and thought processes that have been hard-wired into our subconscious minds. If deep down you don’t want to do something bad enough, how can you change that? It’s a lot more simple than you think.
Habits are hard. There are so many books and so many articles and so many YouTube videos out there that discuss this very topic, and yet we all still have trouble cracking the code required to develop and maintain lifelong habits. Here’s where I weigh in on all this stuff.