The Courage of Being Yourself – Reblog

We can learn a lot from nature (I guess that’s why it’s called Mother Nature) regarding how unique can something be. Think about trees, for example. There are not two identical trees in the whole wide world. It’s impossible to have the branches exactly the same and the flowers/fruits/seeds/roots with the same size. Each tree... Continue Reading →

Can you truly know someone? – Reblog

If you think knowing yourself is hard, try getting to know someone else. Like truly know that person.  It’s another difficult task and we often hear about friends that betrayed themselves after 20+ years of friendship. Is it because of repressed feelings and frustrations? Is it because a low level of self and peer knowledge?... Continue Reading →

Thinking versus Acting

Yes, we do both, but what is the percentage? How much of your thinking turns into acting and how helpful is that for you? Do you need to think more before you act or you need to act more based on your thinking? Both influence your world, but in two different ways. It’s a tough... Continue Reading →

Triggers are Everywhere

Did it ever happen to you to go peacefully through your day and them someone said some dumb sh*t that means something to you and that blew off your “peaceful day”? I’m sure it did, but how often does that happen? And why does it happen in the first place? It’s mainly because of our... Continue Reading →

Daydreaming: Helpful or Hurtful?

Have you ever wonder if letting your mind free to whatever it wants it is helpful or not? Is there a line between helpful and hurtful? Studies show some interesting results. It seems that our daydreaming process interferes with our goals, but not how you’d expect. The daydreaming process has multiple aspects and influences different... Continue Reading →

Why is Fear so Important?

We’re always afraid of something. It’s part of our human nature and it’s a survival instinct. When we’re afraid of something we tend to avoid that thing or to run away from it, which will strengthen both the fear and our response to it. However, fear is just an emotion, just like joy. It’s not... Continue Reading →

How Powerful is Your Self-Talk?

Usually we tell ourselves whatever we want. The thing is that our repetitive conversations modify the way we think and behave. We are free to say whatever we want to ourselves, but that shouldn’t give us the permission to do it. Our self-talk influences our current and future life on several areas: similar situations trigger... Continue Reading →

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 →

Hard work is… Hard

The more I listen to different successful people on YouTube, the more I wonder why not more of us get to similar levels of success. While writing these words I realized something: working hard is hard. Yes, it’s not a surprize or a revelation, but without a strong commitment, there is no way someone can... 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 →

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