Author Archives: Yonason Goldson

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Compartmentalizing Our Free Will

When we do succeed, it’s often because we manipulate ourselves. We buy pricey gym memberships so we’ll feel we’ve wasted our money if we don’t use them. We hire trainers to push us out of our comfort zones. r

5 Strategies for Choosing Long-term Gain over Short-term Pain-Avoidance

The error we make is not properly evaluating the difference between short-term pain and long-term pain. Long term pain is almost always worse. But short term pain is now. r

How to Take Charge of Your Moods and Your Choices

It’s okay to be wrong, okay to change your mind, okay to admit error. Much better, in fact, to acknowledge one’s own mistake than to have someone else discover it and bring it to light. r

4 Steps to Acquire the Gift of Giving

What happens when we give? We expand, literally, by pushing our personal boundaries outward to include others. r

Four Ways to Clean up Your Act and Become a Better Person

As much as we might like to see life’s choices as black and white, personal growth occurs in the gray areas. r

Why Asking Questions is the Key To Personal Success

Sure, there are boundaries, and sometimes we do cross them. So if these scenarios arise often, you might need to examine whether you’re overly needy. r