What is Causing Our Miseries?

All our miseries are caused by one thing: Mind Of course you wouldn’t believe it. Sounds stupid. It probably is. But that only proves my point that the mind causes our miseries. Because the mind always works against us. It is designed that way. From the very beginning. Why? So we can stay alert, survive, … Continue Reading →

 

Everything is in the Present

Your life is happening right now. Not when you get that promotion. Not when you get that dream job. Not when you get that client. Not when you finish school. Not when you become a millionaire. Not when you become famous. Not when you achieve something. Stop fantasizing. Do what you need to do. Prepare … Continue Reading →

 

“Problems” and How We Interpret Them

All problems you have right now can be solved. Even the biggest problem you imagine, there’s always a solution to that. Of course, everybody knows there’s always a solution. Where most of us differ is how we interpret these problems. Two groups of people: Group 1: People interpret problems as a challenge for them to … Continue Reading →

 

A Healthy Person Wants a Thousand Things

A healthy person: I want to get rich. I want to live in a mansion and own luxury cars. I want to be recognized. I want to be admired and become famous. I want to inspire and help people and become an influencer; a celebrity. I want to change the world. A sick person: I want … Continue Reading →

 

One Wrong Move

You can’t just dismiss all the right moves you did because of one wrong move. No matter how destructing that action was, you still made enough right moves in the past. And that’s enough. You aren’t where you are right now if not because of you. Sure it’s OK to feel embarrassed and guilty. Acknowledge … Continue Reading →

 

Minimizing Reaction, Maximizing Solution

It’s so easy to get drowned when there’s a problem. So easy to blame. Easy to run. Our default is to react (and curse) — “Shit! Stupid! Wtf! Come on!” But any form of action has an equal or opposite reaction (Newton’s Third Law). That means those you consider “problems” are actually the “reactions”. Something … Continue Reading →

 

Unnecessary Anger, Unnecessary Energy

Every time you lose control and burst anger, you’re releasing energy. Releasing means reacting. For most people, that’s better than hiding their emotions. But that doesn’t mean it’s always the way to go. Reactions are not always valid. Especially if the cause isn’t something you should be angry about. But yes, it happens. It’s not … Continue Reading →

 

Focus on What You Feel

Maybe the reason you started a creative project is you’re curious to try it. Curiosity was the starting point. Eventually you’ve learned to love it. And you want to become the best of it. Because being the best could make you famous. Being famous could mean more opportunities. And more opportunities could mean more money. … Continue Reading →

 

Don’t Trust the Process, Question It

A common belief among young people pursuing their dreams is: “Trust the process.” But trusting the process without questioning it can be dangerous. Imagine studying at a university for 4 years to become a so-called “professional”.  Imagine sacrificing everything you love doing to gain financial freedom. Imagine undergoing chronic stress and unnecessary pressure for the … Continue Reading →

 

Status and Validation

When you’re young and naive, you’d be tempted to pursue things you think would elevate your status. Your desire is irresistible since you wanted to impress your family and peers. All you want is get their validation. Without their validation, you are nothing. That’s why it’s common to see a young adult (early 20s) doing … Continue Reading →