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About Joe Barnes

I do this because I share a need with every other person on this planet - to feel ALIVE. I believe that we all have a right to an exciting, prosperous and meaningful life. However, I know it isn't possible when playing by the system's rules. That's why I wrote my book, Screw the System: A modern guide to Greatness, and it's why blog, coach and run the Screw the System website.

Recent Articles

5 Bizarre Goals to Help You Live a Greater Life

Perhaps you’re fed up with regular goals? Maybe a monthly income target, or an ideal weight size, just doesn’t get you motivated like it used to. Or perhaps you’re done with goals altogether? No matter how specific and measurable they … r

How to Acquire the Knowledge of 20 Personal Development Books in Under 5 Minutes

in recognition of the way our brains work, I decided to gather 20 of my favorite personal development books and breakdown their most salient points into just one take away message. r

10 Signs You Need To Quit Your Job ASAP

A 2013 Gallup Poll revealed that 70% of the American workforce either hates, or is disengaged by, their jobs. Furthermore, a 2011 study revealed that the psycho-social impact of working a job you dislike is actually worse for your mental health than being unemployed. r

The 3 Reasons Why You Don’t need to ‘Fit in’

Today, I have a very special message for anyone who feels like they don’t belong. I’m writing for the people, who look at the world they live in, or the schools they attend or the work environment they inhabit, and can’t find their place. r

10 Limiting Beliefs to Reject and 10 Life Enhancing Beliefs to Adopt

And now that you’re aware that they are just beliefs, are you ready to adopt new and more empowering ones?

Making this shift will open up a world of possibilities for you. As your map enlarges, so does the list of things you can be and do. r

10 Quotes To Help You Live an Authentic Life

The ‘baby boom’ era is dead and the 20th century finished 16 years ago. Most of us are aware that becoming a ‘success’ in societies terms is not necessarily going to leave us feeling fulfilled. r