Best mindset articles

A collection of the best articles for becoming social, building discipline, and dealing with anxiety. Create a strong mindset the smart way.

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The Power of “Fuck It”

When things aren’t going your way, saying “fuck it” can be the driving force to push you over the edge. It can help you be calmer, overcome fear and take more smart risks.

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What Most People Get Wrong About Addiction

We usually reserve the term addiction for those with long-term substance abuse, without realizing how common addiction is in everybody’s life. Here’s how to deal with addictions to sugar, alcohol, smoking, coffee and more.

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How to Talk to Girls (Easier Than You Think)

When it comes to being social, lot of guys have trouble talking to girls. This is the ultimate guide to understanding social dynamics and attracting women without being creepy. Remember, it’s supposed to be FUN.

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3 Essentials Rules to Control Your Anxiety

Anxiety is something all of us experience, but most of us never deal with. As a result, anxiety disorders and overthinking develop and cripple our minds. This is how to prevent this.

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How to Build Confidence and Develop High Self-Esteem

Imagine this scenario: you go to the store to pick up some paper towels. You feel good as you walk in the store, grab the towels, and head to the register. But once you get there, you realize that the cashier looks mad. Uh-oh. If you’re like anything I used

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How to Get People to Respect You

“How do I make people respect me?” This was the burning question that a close friend came to me once. He was sure that he needed to go to the gym every day and consume all forms of supplements so he would become physically bigger than “anybody who might disrespect

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How Our Perception Creates a Different Reality

This is an excerpt from the complete guide to mindset change. The starting assumption of our judgments is that all of us share the same reality. And this is completely, utterly, and irrevocably wrong. I mean, sounds simple enough; we may differ in our political views, movie preferences, or outlook

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