Motivation versus Commitment

We talk so much about motivation and how it works and how it can help us get sh*t done, but I believe we forget one thing: motivation goes away from time to time. So what are we going to do in those times? How do we still go forward? In my opinion, this disappearing motivation... Continue Reading →

Nature changes your mood

Have you ever thought about using nature’s benefits to change the way you feel? And no, I’m not talking about making a tea out of some magical plants or eating some mushrooms. I’m talking about landscapes and walking “freely” in the nature. This is not something new. I’m sure you all noticed how powerful a... Continue Reading →

The Art of Observing the Others – Reblog

Our assumptions can are not always helpful so I think we need another way to gather information so we can make accurate predictions (because we cannot help ourselves trying to predict things). In my opinion, the best way to do this is through observation. Actually, this is even a “tool” used by researchers to record... Continue Reading →

How to Manage Your Time Better

Would you like to get more things done on a daily basis? Do you feel like losing too much time with… nothing? And nevertheless, you still are afraid of a tight schedule? Regardless the general impression, a tight schedule brings more freedom than anything does. And it allows us to get more things done. I’ve... Continue Reading →

The 80/20 Rule – Reblog

   These days I realized how much time we spend doing things that might not bring so much value in our lire, but we still need to do them. I remembered there is a dude that actually did some math (or maybe meth? Who knows!?) and he figured out that 80% of our actions bring... Continue Reading →

Are you obsessed with your craft?

   Obsession is something not so well seen by society simply because it means that the obsessed person is somehow tied or conditioned by that obsession. Yes, of course this is right in certain situations, especially when those situations are hurtful for us, but is it bad when it comes to our craft?    Let’s... Continue Reading →

Not everybody takes advices!

   Have you ever given an advice and the person that received it did nothing with it? How did you felt when that happened?    Even though people need advices, they’re not always prepared to receive it because they’re not prepared to act upon it. Maybe they can’t or maybe they don’t want to do... Continue Reading →

Animal-Assisted Therapy

   Have you ever thought that humans are so hard to deal with and sometimes the outcome doesn’t even match the effort? Or maybe your social anxiety is so big that you don’t want to seek for help from fellow humans? Don’t worry, animals are there for you.    The animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a... Continue Reading →

The Dance/Movement Therapy

   Continuing the not-so-common types of therapies series, I’m writing a few words about the dance/movement therapy (also called dance movement psychotherapy in UK). “DMT (or DMP) is the psychotherapeutic use of movement and dance to support intellectual, emotional, and motor functions of the body. As a modality of the creative arts therapies, DMT looks at the correlation between movement and... Continue Reading →

Music – A great therapeutic tool

   Have you ever heard about music therapy? I’m sure you’ve experienced how music changes your mood or state or mind and because of this, some dudes went deep into this and they set up the bases of this new-ish type of therapy. “Music therapy is the use of music to improve clients' quality of life... Continue Reading →

About Communication – Reblog

   The more specific I try to be in my speech, the more ambiguity I can notice in how my phrases initially try to come out. It’s interesting how something as common as language can create so many different thoughts and ideas, which can modify our behavior. Because of this, I’m reblogging my post about... Continue Reading →

Perfection equals Paralysis

   In the search of creating a post, I stumbled across this video that reminded me something I often forget: perfection is a self-imposed standard impossible to achieve. But we all want to achieve it in whatever we do.    It’s healthy to strive for perfection, but it’s not healthy to expect to achieve it.... Continue Reading →

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