Mind Over Matter: How to Train Your Subconscious Mind Part 1

Do you think it is possible to train your subconscious mind? Changing your action without changing the program is futile – in the end. Here’s a quick test to check this: How many of your (or your friends/family) new year’s … r

5 Crucial Results of Self-Education

Where do you get your education? Teachers. College and university.If you stop there with the answer, your concept of getting educated is utterly wrong. Education is not something other people give to you. It’s something you earn by yourself. It’s … r

Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

What are our major gripes? For most people, our greatest fears never see daylight. The cataclysms, the darkest outcomes that we imagine, those things that keep us up at night usually never end up actually happening. What does happen, daily, … r

Introverts: How to Trump Over Our Social Anxiety

“Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.” Albert Camus Not too long ago, I was assigned to lead a fairly large project at work. It involved heavy interactions with various departments, endless meetings, lots of … r

The Myth About Writer’s Block and How to Get Through It

We’ve all heard the term before. Writer’s block is a common, and often overly used, reason people give up on writing. Now, before you get upset and accuse me of blasphemy, let me explain. Writer’s block is a real thing … r

7 Ways Journaling Can Save Your Life

“Whether you’re keeping a journal or writing as a meditation, it’s the same thing. What’s important is you’re having a relationship with your mind.”      ~Natalie Goldberg My passion for journaling began at the age of ten when my … r