Challenge Your Fear

   Let’s take this example so commonly used by other people to prove this point. If they use it, it’s probably real so I’m going to use it too because I’m too lazy to think about a new one. Let’s say that you are a very hard worker in your company and you have excellent... Continue Reading →

The Anger Path

   Now let’s get to something spicy:    On a daily basis, what makes me angry and why?    This question can help us identify the main sources that change our mood on a daily basis. Anger is one of our basic emotions so it has a great potential to make our day worse. When... Continue Reading →

You made 2018 AWESOME!

Another year went by, but this year wasn’t like all the others. This year Pointless Overthinking was born and I am very proud of it. This might sound cliché-ic, but it is not just a website or a blog or whatever. YOU made it a community and I am very thankful for it. It is... Continue Reading →

A Core Belief in action

- Situation: you planned a meeting with one of your friends and in the last moment that person called to cancel it because something came up; - Internal monologue: “What? I cleared up my schedule so we can meet and this is how she treats me? We barely talk lately and I was really looking... Continue Reading →

My Christmas Gift for YOU

   Today is the Christmas Day so it’s that time of the year to give presents and everything (I don’t know why we need a time of the year for this, but anyway… we probably need something external to make us be nice with each other)! I hope you will have the best holidays of... Continue Reading →

Shaping The Dragons

   Are you ready to start a constant duel with your thoughts? I’ve mentioned before the reason why it needs to be constant. It will be harder in the beginning, but with practice, we’ll develop a habit of countering them constantly. There will be times when it might be too hard to find the required... Continue Reading →

Influence is everywhere

   Most of how we are now has been acquired through our senses. Most of us had the right set of tools before we were even born, but then we were unleashed into this wild world. If you think about it, we experienced some sort of pain right from the first second we got here.... Continue Reading →

The fight or flight mode

   The fight or flight mode is a response we have for situations that fucks with our normal homeostatic state. When we’re out of our comfort zone, this is triggered and our heart goes on like crazy, because of this our bodies temperature raises, the blood is redirected from our internal organs towards our muscles,... Continue Reading →

The 4 Levels of Learning

   Jordan Belfort talks about 4 levels of learning whenever we want to gain a new skill. Unconscious Incompetent (let’s call it I don’t know I know sh*t)    This is the first level of anything. When we start to learn something, we have no idea how much we don’t know. It’s like learning to... Continue Reading →

About Communication

   Jacques Salome and Sylvie Galland wrote in their book If Only I’d Listen to Myself the following:    “To express does not mean to communicate because it’s only one way ticket, while communication is a two-ways ticket.”    They also identified four steps that complete a true communication process: Expressing yourself; Getting confirmation that... Continue Reading →

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