Time to write again – It’s been a while.
There’s no better way to do this than by doing one of those really fun-fun and brutally honest life reviews.
It’s a way for me to measure where I’m at in life and reflect on where I want to go. I try to be as transparent as humanly possible in these. It also allows me to invest more into my own perception …
That would be the one word I’d use to define my state of mind.
Constantly thinking about how to control the future and re-adjusting my direction based on the mistakes I made in the past.
I’ve had a difficult time lately finding a balance between pushing myself enough and self-acceptance. Finding a sense of “inner-peace”
as lame and cliché as that sounds.
I always seem to be (neurotically) striving …
“Our brain are battlefields between our nature and our nurture.”
Life = struggle.
Life was never meant to be happy, life was meant to be
We live in a lovy-dovy fairy-tale world where we try to twist our animalistic nature with sugar-coated social narratives.
Sorry to be so dramatic – but it’s quite true.
“Every boy can find the right girl”
“Sugar isn’t bad in moderation”
“Marriage can work … Read More
Alright, three months into 2015 – It’s that time of the month again!
What these reflections allow me to do is take a step back to really evaluate where I’m going with my life. It also clarifies my priorities since in daily tasks it’s easy to lose the bigger picture of what’s truly important.
By doing this I can start to see what has been working lately and …
Reading books is cool – They allow you to learn from other peoples’ mistakes and improve your life quality
Yet there’s an abundance in non-fiction/self-improvement literature these days. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the never-ending supply of “must-have” books.
Here’s my personal top five that will
dramatically improve the quality of your life.
Just five – that’s all.
These are ones that I keep returning to, the ones …
I’ve been mindfucking myself lately.
I’ve been searching continuously for my personal strengths that I could develop into “my life’s work”. Something I had an inborn talent for that would give me a biological advantage over others.
I’ve done the
, MBTI-test , Clifton strengthsfinders DISC-assessment, and tons of introspection to find that illusive pot of gold – which was nowhere to be found. enneagram
The whole …
What is The “67 Steps” Program?
The last couple of months I’ve stumbled upon something I’ve never come across before on the internet..
It’s a video course where
(An investor, entrepreneur and author) talks about 67 important lessons he learned throughout his life. Tai Lopez
By balancing your health, your wealth and your social life you’ll reach a state of
Which is a fancy word for “excellent life quality” – … eudaimonia. Read More