Today’s a pretty rough day because I barely slept last night. And it’s not like I did anything… I only had a constant thought-flow with things that could go bad in my life (that and the fact that one of my cats made strange noises all night long). The thoughts were so bad that I … More Thoughts Manager
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, adrenaline … More The fight or flight mode – Reblog
“What if I feel no emotion when I think about my goals? Does that mean I have bad goals?” The answer to this question depends on how you are from an emotional point of view in other circumstances. This question might help: On a scale from zero (rocks don’t feel anything) to 10 (I … More Focus, focus, focus
This question came to me while I was writing yesterday’s post. So can procrastination become an addiction? If so, why and what can we do about it? Even though we all know that procrastination is a problem, I don’t we think about it as something very severe. However, procrastination is a big blocker in our … More Can procrastination create an addiction? Two reasons why this might be true!
This potential lack of proper social skills is one of the things that creates problems when we interact with other people. It’s funny how this people problem can be solved by spending time with people. It’s not funny that this people problem creates social anxiety so we avoid people because if it. Do you see … More Ego is always a trigger
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 … More Why is Fear so Important?
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 … More How Powerful is Your Self-Talk?
Many people “cheat” on their morning routine and they hit the snooze button. Maybe hitting that snooze button is part of the morning routine now. How hard is it for you to wake up in the morning? Do you like pushing that snooze button? Have you ever wondered why? Research shows that hitting the snooze … More The snooze button is stronger than You? Read this!
Have you ever wondered why that cliché with you are the result of your 5 closest friends’ mindset exists? It’s because it’s real (“No shit, Sherlock!”). The idea behind this is very simple: the more time you spend with certain people, the more of their mindset will sip into you because you’re going to talk … More How to surround yourself with the people you need
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 … More How to Manage Your Time Better
“Who cares? It’s not like the brain can make a physical difference between positive thoughts and negative thoughts!” Well, in his book Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (2007) Joe Dispenza talks about how do our brains make a difference between these two types of thoughts. Most of us have neurons, right? … More It’s in your head, and it’s physical
I know you’ll probably say that your family and things like that, but think about your daily life. How much time per day do you spend getting mad about a sh*tty cashier or some crazy stupid drivers or some rude co-worker compared to how much time per day do you feel your love for … More What is really important to you?
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 … More Challenge Your Fear
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 … More The Anger Path
Provided by Reginald Spittle from carryoncouple As I read Fighting the Inside Dragons, I was half a world away from Bogdan Ignat, but his book made me feel like he was sitting in my living room, sharing his wisdom in a casual, conversational way. He was sassy, sarcastic, funny, and most importantly, real. … More Fighting the Inside Dragons – Third Book Review
– 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 … More A Core Belief in action
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 … More My Christmas Gift for YOU
The second review of my book is up and I want to share it with you! Thank you so much Ashica for taking your time to read the book and for posting the review on both of your websites (the original blog post can be found on Scribblers Arena and on Ashica Ayyappa)! Book … More Fighting the Inside Dragons – Second Book Review
Since I launched my book, I’ve shared free PDF copies with some of you and yesterday I had the pleasure to read the first post review about it. Thank you so much Little Lady for this wonderful post (the original blog post can be found here)! This past week I had stumbled onto a … More Fighting the Inside Dragons – Book Review
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 … More Shaping The Dragons