An experiment recently revealed that 88% of the people who set new year resolutions fail to achieve their proposed goals.
This happens even though 52% of them are confident of success at the beginning.
What are the 14 reasons you always give up new year resolutions?
1) You don’t write your goals down
If you want to greatly improve your chances of achieving your new year’s resolutions, and generally, your long-term goals in life, pinning them down is an absolute must!
Taking the time to write down your goals is so worth it in the long run, I can’t even stress it enough! This list will provide you with [read more...]
After you go to a party – a friend’s birthday party, let’s say – do people there remember who you are the next day?
Would they say “Hi!” if they met you on the street tomorrow, would they recognize you as “that awesome guy from last night”!?
Is the person you just talked to on the phone one minute ago still thinking about your conversation? Did you give them something interesting to think about?
Well get ready, for I am going to awake the uniqueness inside you!
Being memorable can bring so many advantages in your life! People doing things for you in everyday situations, showing their appreciation and respect for you, friends being a lot closer at all times. Damn! It can even make your girlfriend or boyfriend happier! [read more...]
Have you ever felt that powerful motivation and willingness to change your life right now?
To get the money to afford that awesome car of your dreams, buy that perfect house or maybe overcome your shyness and build up the confidence to get the girl/guy that’s perfect for you?
I think everyone has felt the powerful, yet temporary motivation to drastically change their life “right now” at least once.
And for that specific moment, it feels like nothing could stop you from doing it! Yet, one week later, all that motivation and internal revolt is gone.
Staying motivated has never been easy, but in this article, you’ll learn exactly how you can maintain that great motivation as powerful as it initially is by using an awesome technique I repeatedly tested myself! [read more...]
How’s Mists of Pandaria* going? Awesome expansion, isn’t it? It indeed is, I’ve played it for a few hours myself.
It has probably kept you busy working over 4 hours a day trying to get the latest fancy gear in the last couple of months. This way, you’ll finally be able to kill that boss your guild is struggling with! Are you there yet?
Or you’ve probably spent it all in battlegrounds and farming gold. You’re probably one or two items away from becoming full Best in Slot before you can safely go into the arena and kill… things!
Now, tell me more about the rest of your life. Do you feel happy? Are the ones close to you happy? Does the current state of your social life satisfy you?
Do you win enough money from playing so that [read more...]
I see a lot of people asking how they should act in certain social situations, be it love life advice, how they can do better at their workplace, making awesome friends, etc.
The most common answer to this is to simply be yourself, and today we’re going to take a look at why this tip is so overused and most people that give this type of advice have no idea what they’re talking about.
What does being yourself mean?
You are yourself when you leave all of your cares and extra thoughts about yourself behind and focus on what’s truly important that you’re doing at a specific moment.
We, as humans, are not made for multi-tasking. We can’t think or analyze more than [read more...]
“These articles are bullshit! My ancestors were all shy, and that’s why I’m shy too! Shyness runs in families, and there’s nothing you can do about it!”
But did you even try!?
The 3 most annoying false beliefs about shyness
1) These articles are useless. Shyness runs in families, it is a genetic “affection” and you can’t do anything to overcome it!
A common belief is that you simply are or are not shy, and you can’t do anything to change this.
It is a fact that all of us are or were shy at some point. We are humans, we have emotions, and this is why we also have to feel shyness. If all of us thought there is nothing that can be changed about our shyness, we’d be living in a world consisting of only shy people that are afraid of [read more...]
I’ve mentioned the negative effects of facebook before. In this article, I’ll talk about the positives and how you can transform your profile in an awesome tool to improve your social life!
A general rule is that if you use facebook for more than 15 minutes daily without a serious reason, it becomes a bad habit and you start to waste your time with it.
You can achieve everything I’ll teach you in this article series and a lot more by spending no more than 15 minutes a day for it!
Facebook is an awesome virtual place for social groups to meet up on. It can also be a place to meet beautiful women. Yeah, beautiful and successful women!
It is the only virtual place [read more...]
“The thing I hate most about my shyness is its inconsistency. Some days I can give a speech, or walk into a party and speak to everyone there and enjoy it. Other days I won’t answer the door or be able to speak to anyone, even people I know well.”
Do you empathise with the above? Keep reading!
There are two main types of shy people
People in the first category get a strong feeling of anxiety whenever they face a social situation. They usually tend to close into themselves and can’t find the motivation to look up a solution to their problem. They prefer to be left in their own world and never be bothered to get out of their cozy and protective comfort zone.
Since you’re reading this, I doubt you belog to this type. The most people that are actively looking to overcome their shyness fall into the second category.
People that fall in the second category always look for [read more...]
People around us have a great influence on how we think and act.
Shy people are the most vulnerable to this, because of their more pronounced concern about others and what others think about them.
You are 50% of what you think about yourself, and 50% of what others think about yourself.
This is an awesome quote that puts it out there very well.
I’d like you to do a little imaginative test. Think about the 5 most important persons to you; the people you spend most of your time with: it can be your family, your girlfriend or boyfriend, your close friends, etc.
Now think about their personalitites, how sociable they are, how motivated to reach their dreams they are. Sum up all of their personalities and imagine the result. It most likely resembles you very well.