An artist date is a solo date you go on, by yourself, to fill up your creative reserve. Here are 20 artist date ideas for you to try!
A blend of recommendations, theories, and thoughts on personal development, reaching goals, and questions on the meaning of life and reality (philosophy/spirituality).
The question of “What is the purpose of work?” is really interesting. Is it money, fun, helping people, purpose & meaning, or social status?
During the past year or two, I’ve finally learned how to overcome worst-case scenarios thinking, and irrational fears. Here's how I do it and how you can too.
Dreamlining is a technique for goal-setting introduced in the book "The 4-Hour Work Week", and focuses on setting unrealistic goals!
The idea of identity-based habits comes from the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. Change your identity, change your outcome.
A person who succeeds, and a person who fails, can both have the exact same goal. The important difference is what atomic habits they each live with. Big changes don't happen from one single sporadic action, but from consistent actions over time. - This is the central point of the book "Atomic Habits"
The 2-minute rule is the best trick I’ve learned to create new habits easily. It states that any new habit should be made as small as possible.
I've heard it before, but it wasn't until recently that I really learned. Life is not a race; it's an experience. While growing up, I was never very competitive. And I didn't compare myself to others. I mostly compared myself to the earlier versions myself. Getting better grades, earning more…
My experience with trying out the CBT method of pretending to be someone else (another persona). In short: It works!
One of the most important and life-changing habits I've learned in my 20s is to ask myself first, before seeking advice from others. This goes for all types of decisions, from what clothes to buy, to whether I should stay in a relationship or not, to what careers to pursue.…