Identifying Your Core Values

Identifying Your Core Values

0 Self worth, Valued Living

Everyone talks about being authentic, but what does that even mean? If you're sick of feeling not good enough and want to explore living with more integrity, check this out.

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How to Overcome “Impossible” Barriers

How to Overcome “Impossible” Barriers

0 Beliefs, Facing Fears Series, Self worth

  Often we believe we just CAN’T do it, right? The voices in our head say “It’s too hard”, or “I can’t afford it”, or “Maybe I should wait until X, Y and Z”. And yet despite these voices sounding rational, like there’s clear evidence that we can’t do it, later on we find out [...]

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Are You a Victim?

Are You a Victim?

1 Beliefs, Self worth

  At any given time you are either being a Victim or being Responsible. Which one you choose will determine the quality of your life. When you choose to be a Victim, you will create a safe life that is actually full of suffering. When you choose to be Responsible, you create an unsafe life [...]

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Being OK with Not Being OK

Being OK with Not Being OK

0 Beliefs, Self worth, Uncategorized

There is a lot of stigma around mental illness like depression and the discussion of suicide is a social taboo. If you suffer feelings of helplessness, read this...

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Are You a Toxic Approval-Seeker?

Are You a Toxic Approval-Seeker?

0 Beliefs, Relationships, Self worth

Nothing kills confidence like approval-seeking and people-pleasing. If you feel like you're not completely living by your values or lack integrity, this is for you.

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Letting Go of Outcomes

Letting Go of Outcomes

0 Beliefs, Self worth

When we focus on the process rather than the outcomes, we ironically are more likely to get the results we want. But as soon as our efforts become about getting results, we start making short-term decisions, increase our anxiety, and generally lose our love of just doing stuff.

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How to Free Yourself from Regret

How to Free Yourself from Regret

0 Beliefs, Brain, Self worth

Regret is caused by your tendency to create "counterfactual realities". If you're a Nice Guy you tend to only see the past as being a failure. Live by your values instead...

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Everyone is Full of Shit

Everyone is Full of Shit

10 Self worth

Notice how full of shit everyone is? Probably not. Your cognitive biases will have created insecurity that know-it-all people take advantage of. Let's talk about building more confidence in your decisions.

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Overcoming Shame

Overcoming Shame

0 Facing Fears Series, Self worth

  “Shame occurs when you attach the concept of ‘wrong’ or ‘bad’ to something you feel is true about you” – Dan Shame is the biggest barrier to self-confidence. Ultimately, confidence is just another word for being shameless. When you deeply and genuinely believe that there is nothing ‘wrong’ with you, and you feel absolutely [...]

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The Benefits of Being More Assertive

The Benefits of Being More Assertive

0 Facing Fears Series, Relationships, Self worth

  It might seem strange that I would say being assertive is ‘giving’, particularly if you have a belief that attaches negativity and shame to the word ‘assertive’. Before we go further, allow me to share my definition of this word/concept: Assertiveness is the use of power to express yourself fully. It’s a motivation that [...]

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