How to Rebuild Damaged Trust

If you are avoiding another person because you feel there is no safe way to communicate openly, you are probably experiencing damaged trust. If the very thought of approaching this person fills you with dread, anger, or fear, that’s another sign that you’re dealing with damaged trust. Continue reading How to Rebuild Damaged Trust

What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All

“What are your goals?” is similarly fated for confusion and guesswork. To rephrase the question, we need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Continue reading What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All

The Myth of Game Playing (Men & Women)

Men, who are already expected to take on the brunt of the risks and initiation in dating, want some kind of game plan to work with. They’re tired of making the same mistakes and wondering why women have all the power in the dating world. Continue reading The Myth of Game Playing (Men & Women)

The Seven Stages and Accompanying?

Awareness: Before you can tell your life what you want to do with it, you must listen to what it wants to do with you.
Profession: Failure is your best friend. Don’t push through obstacles; pivot around them. Let every mistake and rejection teach you something. Before a season of season of success, there often comes a season of failure.
Legacy: Your calling is not just what you do; it’s the person you become—and the legacy you leave.
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How to Know What Your Soul Wants?

A lot of people in the motivational and psychological professions recommend affirmations. You choose a sentence to say, such as, “Every day in every way I’m getting better and better,” and repeat it whether or not you think it’s true. While affirmations are a good first step to re-programming, I prefer conversations. Conversations work faster. Continue reading How to Know What Your Soul Wants?

How to Save Money convince your-self.

Think about this in the context of how much time and effort goes into achieving 1.0% of annual investment outperformance—millions of hours of research, tens of billions of dollars of effort from professionals—and it’s easy to see what’s potentially more important or worth chasing. Continue reading How to Save Money convince your-self.