When You Need To Baby-Step Your Way Into The Life Of A Content Creator

We’re all guilty of thinking that our reality is very similar to that of other people. It’s how the mind works. For the most part, we’re all self-centered. When it comes to leaving a mark on the world, this can be a problem. If what you see is all there is, there‚Äôs little room for… Continue reading When You Need To Baby-Step Your Way Into The Life Of A Content Creator

Why I’ll Ignore The Market In 2021 And Focus On Creating Content From “Within”

Sometimes it’s smart to check out what other people are doing, especially when it comes to business. Why reinvent the wheel, when we can orient ourselves based on what already works? There is really no good reason to start from scratch–unless you don’t like a lot of what you see in business. That’s where I’m… Continue reading Why I’ll Ignore The Market In 2021 And Focus On Creating Content From “Within”

Smooth And Systematized: What I’ve Discovered About Deicision-Making

More than anything else I enjoy feeling clarity about life. There are a variety of states that are pleasant: excitement, gratitude, satisfaction. Neither of these moods are accessible to me all the time, even though I try to experience more of them. But clarity beats att the others. Clarity, to me, is when I know… Continue reading Smooth And Systematized: What I’ve Discovered About Deicision-Making

What I’ve Learned From Paying $1200 For An Ayuhasca-Retreat I’ve Never Went To

There are few things in live that annoy me more than buying things that I don’t need. When it happens, I’m usually unhappy with myself for a few hours. But I’m still carrying some of the trauma of spending $1200 on something that I’ve never even used. Wasting money bothers me for several reasons.  First,… Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Paying $1200 For An Ayuhasca-Retreat I’ve Never Went To

Overcoming Self-Centeredness To Benefit Your Customer

For weeks, my friend Roman have been debating whether we should to start a Youtube channel. Youtube is the place to be. Everyone who is serious about growing a following and leading a small community also needs to create video-content. There are few exceptions, of course, people whose primary medium is writing (Ryan Holiday), or… Continue reading Overcoming Self-Centeredness To Benefit Your Customer

Shadow-Work: Using Your Narcissism To Drive Success On Social

Yesterday I watched a Gary Vaynerchuck tell his audience about the importance of quantity when creating content for the web. That made a lot of sense. After all, the more you post, the more likely you will be discovered by anyone. That’s how you penetrate through the noise. Yet, this focus on quantity strikes me… Continue reading Shadow-Work: Using Your Narcissism To Drive Success On Social

How To Get What You Want In The Now: What You Appreciate, Appreciates

There are a million things we can do to improve our lives. A couple more kilos of muscle. Better eating habits. Starting a business that we don’t feel like we’re living for someone else. But when we strongly focus on the things that we can improve, we often experience a sense of lack. Things can… Continue reading How To Get What You Want In The Now: What You Appreciate, Appreciates

Slow Down Like Your Life Depends On It (Because It DOES!)

We have a tendency to move fast. On our way form A to B, we like to take the shortest possible route. When we go grocery shopping, things better be efficient. Doing stuff fast means getting onto the next thing. And then the next. About Learning Forward Society encourages such forward-learning behavior. The more you… Continue reading Slow Down Like Your Life Depends On It (Because It DOES!)