Finding Flow in Everything You Do (Ikigai)

You are entirely focused on skiing as well as you can. You know exactly how to move at each moment. There is no future, no past. There is only the present. You feel the snow, your skis, your body, and your consciousness united as a single entity. Continue reading Finding Flow in Everything You Do (Ikigai)

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

Money and Happiness – What is Difference between Money and Happiness

If you are looking to wealth to make you happy, you’ll be disappointed. If you are looking to money to make you powerful/ younger/ sexier/ more vital/ more interesting/ better looking/ whatever, you’re going to be disappointed. Continue reading Money and Happiness – What is Difference between Money and Happiness

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)

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.

How to Beat the Professional at Their Own Game of (Stock Market).

The stock market is indeed a dangerous place for beginners, which is why some investors choose the trusted advice of Wall Street professionals and advisors over their own intuition. For some, I do not doubt this is a sensible choice and worth the extra money that comes with employing a professional in the field. Continue reading How to Beat the Professional at Their Own Game of (Stock Market).

The Five Stages of Freelance to Freedom

At the same time, most do have a dream to do something different. Commonly, it is not to find a different full-time job. Instead, they feel drawn to starting a side business doing something they have a passion for. They have a desire to help others in some way. Continue reading The Five Stages of Freelance to Freedom