Confusion has an messy relationship with confidence. We often believe we need to be certain – to be sure of ourselves – to avoid things like stress and depression. In this video, Dan explores how to embrace confusion and understand it as a helpful emotion for overcoming conflict, engaging in meaningful confrontations, and learning.
Are you a highly sensitive person? We all get disgusted and offended when we encounter someone obnoxious or repugnant. This is a natural emotion that allows us to detect threats, poison and bad people for us. But when we are raised to become easily offended, we will struggle to enjoy life. If we find everything disgusting it overwhelms us. We Read More
We all lose confidence at some point. We want to know how to become confident, and part of this is learning how to managing upsets. Read More
We all get sad. Sometimes this leads to feeling depressed or even major depression because we don’t deal with it properly. We see sadness as signs of depression, ptsd, and depression, when really it’s a completely normal human emotion that allows us to experience empathy, connection and understanding.
Procrastination remains one of life’s biggest mysteries. You know you should do it, yet you just can’t seem to find the motivation, courage or time to follow through. It’s time for you to explore why this is happening. It’s time to kill the fantasy, before it’s too late. Read More
We have been led to believe that jealousy is a bad thing, but what if it could build a better relationship? Being honest about jealousy creates deep connections. Read More
Are you one of those people that waits until you get a Green Light before you make a move? Do you have a fear of rejection that makes you hesitant? Would you even know it if you were? Some of us are scared to act without even knowing that it’s fear. Check out this video on Green Light Syndrome Read More
Conflicts are usually the result of one or both parties taking something personally. What if it’s ALWAYS wrong to do this? Let’s explore further… Read More
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. Read More