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Best for: Hill’s Law of Success is best for those who have explored psychology and self-development at length and want a historical look at what best-in-class advice was almost a hundred years ago. Difficulty to digest: This book’s tone is conversational. Some references or word choices will be a bit […]

The Law Of Success By Napoleon Hill – Book Review


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I’ve been producing content and courses for quite a few years now. As my online presence expands, occasionally people drop by to ask for a favor. I don’t mind, in fact, I encourage it. I do my best to help everyone the best I can. Over the years, however, I’ve […]

How (Not) To Ask For A Favor


Before getting too far, I want to make a disclaimer that the phrase Intrusive Thoughts is often spoken about in the context of OCD. I don’t have the expertise to cover the topic from a clinical angle. If this is your situation and you’re looking for specific content of that […]

Unwanted Thoughts: Managing Our Relationship To Intrusive Thoughts



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I don’t want to write this post. I don’t really want to do anything. I’ve spent the entire first half of the day laying on the couch thinking about all the productive things I aspire to but don’t want to do. I’ve opened this page, then browsed to social media, […]

I Feel Unmotivated, Now What?


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Best for: The Carrot Principle is best for those interested in effective leadership, who also enjoy data and statistics. Difficulty to digest: The core concepts and conclusions are easy to digest, though some understanding of the scientific method is useful for parsing out the data. Especially in the back of […]

The Carrot Principle by Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton – ...


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I always saw myself having a Master’s degree, a six-figure, enjoyable job, a family, and a house by now. I always saw myself having traveled the world by now. I thought I’d be a professional athlete. I always thought I’d……by now. Why isn’t my life going as planned? Do thoughts […]

Why Life Doesn’t Go As Planned