How To Stay Calm In The Eye of the Storm
Sep24

How To Stay Calm In The Eye of the Storm

Have you ever wondered how people tend to remain calm amongst the insurmountable challenges they face? No they’re not superman but they do possess a powerful skill which is remaining calm. So why should we remain calm? Isn’t it better to lose your sh*t and vent it out instead of sitting there and about to explode? Although there is a time and place to vent out your frustrations, I do kickboxing by the way, but most of the time, you...

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When People Come Into Your Life For A Reason
Sep17

When People Come Into Your Life For A Reason

Looking back over my life, there were times when people have come into my life at just the right time. It usually occurs when I’m going through a major change in my life. It could be a big breakup, change of careers, health scare or something else. Whatever it is, it seems as if it was all predetermined and the people who entered my life were sent from god. I’m sure you’ve experienced this before. Sometimes someone comes into your...

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How to Instantly Change Your Emotions By Using The Contrasting Technique
Sep16

How to Instantly Change Your Emotions By Using The Contrasting Technique

Have you ever had a bad day where everything just seems to go wrong? I’m sure you have, on many occasions. No matter what happens, you just can’t seem to catch a break and things just seem useless. You feel as if you’ve been cursed and nothing good ever happens. However there’s also the good days where things just go right, but mostly, there’s crap days isn’t there? If you ever feel like you need to get out of your depressed and sad...

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My Thoughts On The Flyod Mayweather and McGreggor Fight
Sep04

My Thoughts On The Flyod Mayweather and McGreggor Fight

Today I watched the Floyd Mayweather and McGreggor fight and couldn’t help noticing Mayweather’s strategy. Although what he did pissed me off, kept on defending himself and not really going all in, his strategy worked. He also used the same strategy on the Paciqiuo fight which made him victorious once again. So let’s ignore that Mayweather is a bit of a tool but analyse his winning strategy. After watching a few Mayweather fights,...

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The Power of Practicing Daily Gratitude and How It Shapes Your Life For The Better
Aug20

The Power of Practicing Daily Gratitude and How It Shapes Your Life For The Better

For the past month, I’ve be practicing the habit of gratitude. Every morning when I wake up, after writing my goals and planning my day, I begin writing down a list of things that I’m grateful for. It could be a good morning message from my friend in Germany, waking up in a house with running water and food in the fridge, living in Sydney, all my learnings and grateful for just being alive. Doing this every single day and focusing on...

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How To Preserve Your Energy By Cutting Emotional Cords
Aug19

How To Preserve Your Energy By Cutting Emotional Cords

One of the biggest problems with stress is that we tend to absorb negative energy from people and events. For example let’s say that you’re at work and you’re minding your own business. The day is going well, you’re on top of your projects and you’re feeling pretty productive and happy with yourself. All of a sudden, a co-worker walks in and screams at everyone because someone stole her phone. She immediately blames you and tells you...

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How To Lose Weight, The Boring Way
Jul21

How To Lose Weight, The Boring Way

I’ve been a health fanatic for many years. I’ve signed up to many gyms in my life, dieted, lifted a ton of weights, bench pressed, ab crutches, cardio and more. I’ve gained a ton of weight, I’ve also lost a ton of weight. My weight has seriously been a yo yo where it’s consistently going up and down. However if I were to chose one single method to losing weight, it would be this. Count your calories. I know. Super boring. It’s not fun...

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What Can We Learn From The Chris Brown and Rhianna Breakup Back In 2009
May27

What Can We Learn From The Chris Brown and Rhianna Breakup Back In 2009

If you’re a fan like me, you love Chris Brown and his music. He’s been doing his thing for over a decade and he continues to pump out great music every year. So back in 2009, you probably heard the news that Chris Brown assaulted Rhianna and was pretty shocked. Prior to the whole controversy, Chris Brown rose to fame with his hit albums and remained #1 in the genre of hip hop and r&b. He was indestructible and so was Rhianna. They...

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The Top 11 Quotes for Quitting Alcohol
May09

The Top 11 Quotes for Quitting Alcohol

Today I met with Peter Swamwick who is the founder of the 30 day no alcohol challenge. I must admit to do what he’s doing takes tremendous courage to go ahead the social norms of drinking alcohol. I tried the 30 day no alcohol challenge and I found it to be extremely beneficial in my life. I was able to sleep better, think more clearly, save money, lose weight and also be more productive too. I think people need more encouragement and...

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How To Apply Stephen Covey’s Sharpen The Saw Concept In Your Life
May05

How To Apply Stephen Covey’s Sharpen The Saw Concept In Your Life

If you’ve read the book 7 Habits of Highly Effective people by Stephen Covey, you’ll come across the chapter whereby he talks about “Sharpening the Saw”. Basically the concept behind this is that when you’ve got 6 hours to cut down a tree, you want to spend 4 hours sharpening the axe. Another example would be to always make sure you take care of the golden goose that lays the golden eggs. In this chapter, Stephen Covey begins by...

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