Mental Technique To Create Clarity Around Difficult Life Decisions + Other Adaptations

Use this thought exercise to gain clarity over a life decision that is troubling you. I don’t promise clear-cut answers or solutions, but I reasonably expect that you will gain some clarity from it. Instructions: Read the following context prompt and try as much as you can to hypnotize yourself into thinking that you’re actually … More Mental Technique To Create Clarity Around Difficult Life Decisions + Other Adaptations

An Extract From Gary Vee’s Audio Experience – On Company Culture

G: In the last year and a half, I’ve gone from 300,000 to 3.7m followers on Instagram, mainly 15-25 year old dudes and I’m make videos pounding into their fucking skull that gratitude, kindness and empathy and not bottles and models and watches and cash in their face, is a much better way to live … More An Extract From Gary Vee’s Audio Experience – On Company Culture

The Doors of Life

I stared at the offer sitting before me. I’d been in this spot many times before, but the difference was: previously I’d smoked through accepting an offer and moved on to the next phase of my life without a second thought. But for some reason this one in particular felt like a big decision for … More The Doors of Life

Volunteering Part II

Ever since this experience I’ve been trying to decipher what it exactly was that helped to unlock the potential within this student. Of course I’m assuming that my help actually was the catalyst for this student’s positive growth – which I guess is a rather big claim – but I’m reasonably confident that, insufficient as … More Volunteering Part II

Volunteering Part I

I recently began volunteering at a local primary school near my house. I’ve helped out there before in a volunteering capacity: when I was an auditor, I was part of a volunteering project that went into primary schools to teach children about financial literacy and how to be better with money. Being the introverted and … More Volunteering Part I

A Home To Go To

I’m at University, walking across campus towards the bus stop to head home for the evening. I’ve just come out of the library after watching a film adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as homework for one of my courses, and my head is filled with the various confused wonders and oddities that often … More A Home To Go To