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Have you ever felt depressed? Depression is something that is familiar to pretty much everyone. When depression hits us, we tend to all react in a different way. Depression can be extremely deadly if you don't know how to deal and manage with it. So it's important to understand how this Lethargy Cycle works. The Lethargy Cycle First, have you every said to yourself "there's no point" or "it's too difficult?" Well, those are really self-defeating thoughts. Which is how this Lethargy Cycle begins.  This is followed by self-defeating emotions—when...

Your ability to have powerful social skills is crucial, whether it's networking, finding people to believe and invest in your vision, or to have someone take you under their wing to show you the ropes. It all comes down to a few principles. Don't be intimidated. Intimidation brings forth fear. Contrary to popular opinion, all fear isn't bad. You should fear having a bad life. This will inevitably motivate you to do some work if it's in the right balance. When I'm talking about intimidation, I mean the insecurities that...

Whether we like to admit it or not, we all thrive on being social creatures. Even our introverted friends need a certain level of interaction. Fundamentally, our brains are wired to help us function in social settings. It's one of the major keys that helps our world go around. We interact with friends, co-workers, family, whether we like it or not. Yet, with something so fundamentally important, I am always left wondering why the information in this book is not taught in schools. I see far more value in knowing...

You can't only rely on will power. The bigger the change, the more it will sap self-control. Why? It causes exhaustion of mental muscles which are needed to focus, inhibit impulses and persist when facing frustration or failure. In essence, you are exhausting muscles needed for change. Change is hard not because you are lazy, but because you are wearing yourself out. So it's important you respect the signs your body tells you. We aren't super human. So don't try to be. Putting yourself in a position to win and...

"To get what you want, you have to deserve what you want. The world is not yet a crazy enough place to reward a whole bunch of undeserving people."  ― Charles T. Munger   If you're not investing and improving on yourself everyday, you will not be successful. This doesn't mean putting in 15hrs a day of continuous studying, but it does mean learning at least one thing before you go to bed for the rest of your life. At the end, it adds up. Most of these determinants are...

  From beginning to the end, the life of John D. Rockefeller is a powerhouse.    Described both as a man possessed by the greed of wealth and a man of great work in philanthropy, Ron Chernow’s leaves this legacy’s judgement up to you.   Conclusions and verdicts are often easy to come about with biased information. But similar to how Rockefeller made business decisions, an argument’s side should be made when you can defend both sides of a story.    This isn’t going to be a complete cliff notes...

Everything revolves around being compelling. If you have a huge, large or even small crowd you want to get your message across, you're facing a challenge. How in the world are you going to get someone's attention when you are competing with 3,000 ads a day? You have to start thinking of the common similarities from the things that usually capture our attention. Why are conspiracy theories so compelling? Why are scandals so riveting? Why are we so intrigued about stories of the downfall of a celebrity or athlete? Why...

Growth happens naturally...right? I mean as babies, barring any abnormalities, we grow naturally. At least when it comes to it physically. But what about when it comes to personal development? That's on you. Often, we seem to use the same tool (hammer) for every problem we come across. Being that life is dynamic and constantly changing it would be safe to assume that we can't approach every problem with the same mindset. With that said, there seems to be a misunderstanding that suggests every obstacle in life naturally just gets...

Have you noticed growing up that almost everyone’s career advice was: Follow your passion. I’m sure you have. In fact, I’ve actually been given that advice countless of times. Find and do what you love. It’s the only way.  But what if I were to tell you that it’s all a mirage. The advice sounds good.  It feels good. The thing is it actually practiced by the people who say it? Sometimes we say things that don’t line up with what we actually do in the real world. Sometimes our...

The ability to handle multiple shifting variables can determine how successful you are. That’s according to The Self-Made Billionaire Effect by John Sviokla.  Think about it.  How many times do we experience change in our lives? A lot. How many of us adjust to this change? Very few. Most can’t or won’t ever shift with the changes. And for the small sum that do adjust, they usually shift too fast.  Put this into perspective when it comes to achieving your goals, people tend to either have a lot of imagination/vision...