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.

Mindset

Why your Ego is a Child and Not your Enemy

No matter how many friends, family members, lovers, or acquaintances you might have, there is only one person you literally cannot live without – yourself. Even though there’s only one of you, most of us make an effort to differentiate our “inner voice” as a separate entity, the puppet master

How to Become Fearless Using the Micro-Avoidance Theory

Meet Mark: he is sociable, comfortable with women, playful, and dominant. However… With all the experience he has and the dominance he exerts, he still feels incredibly self-conscious. Most of the times when we go out he feels anxious is afraid to talk to girls, so he mostly spends his

Why?

Method often used in business to get to the underlying root of the problem is to ask the question “why?” five times. This popular thinking strategy was pioneered by Toyota founder Sakichi Toyoda and is used to determine the cause and effect relationship of a problem. It can also be applied to

Grab the World by the Balls

Are you familiar with the movie Project X? It’s about an unpopular high school kid who decides to throw the greatest party of all time when his parents leave him alone for the weekend. It starts small but, sure enough, by the end of the night the neighbourhood is filled

How to Successfully Fail (and Why)

Those who want to become winners and reach success will never accept failure – and this is exactly why they fail. There is no success without failure.

Best Motivational Article Ever

Hey there, looking for some sweet ass motivation? Well, you’re in luck, because I got the most awesome, most unoriginal motivational content you’ve seen a hundred times before. And what do you know? It happens to be exactly what you’re in the market for. So here is the ultimate 3-step

Change Your Habits with the Yes/No Principle

How many times have you said you wanted to change? To break a habit? Or make one? Stop procrastinating? Become more productive? Blablabla whatever? The desire for change is something that really surges after the New Year. Gyms become packed, to-do lists get made, people of seemingly iron will dedicate

How to Become Lucky (using Science and Psychology)

Luck is believing you’re lucky. — Tennessee Williams Back in elementary school, when I was around nine years old, I was part of this extra-curricular journalist club. We would research stories and design our own broadcast. As luck would have it, our teacher managed to arrange for us to visit

The Importance of Harsh Advice

I won’t tell you what you want to hear, but what you NEED to hear. Most people want sunshine and rainbows. I give them thorns and thistles and harsh advice.

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