You and I know both know that each book, good or bad, has a beginning and an end. However, even though a book comes to an end, reading and learning never stop. This is why I’m sharing another 5 books that changed my mindset, in addition to the top 5. Here are the books, in a random order: #5 The Subtle Art of Not Giving … Continue reading Another 5 Books That Changed My Mindset
This is a topic vastly approached by our today’s society and whilst all of what it is saying is true, there is a slight different approach to that and I must say, it’s less selfish. Ok, we all know the phrases “we only have one life” and “we should put ourselves first so we can help others” and all of that, but what if … Continue reading Treat Yourself like You Matter!
We know that practice makes everything better, but does that apply to writing as well? I mean, how does writing improve? Based on what? If I write the same crap over and over again that makes me better? Probably not. It will probably be easier to find the same words and phrases, but if I don’t learn new things, I don’t think my writing will … Continue reading Is Writing Self-Improving?
Provided by MyStori from Believing & Learning Reader, I have a specific question for you. Are you ready to change the world? Jordan Peterson, a now widely known and respected “intellectual” doesn’t seem to think so. His ideology of the ability to change and even give advice to the world can be simply stated as cleaning your room. “So can you even … Continue reading How To Change The World
Rephrasing is a therapeutic technique developed by Carl Rogers which represents the expression in a more concise way whatever the other person just said (rephrasing is different from reframing which is another therapeutic method, but this second one is used for changing the context or the perspective with a different one that fits at least as good). Since he was a psychologist, he developed … Continue reading Rephrasing – A path to a better communication?
Have you ever wondered how do we know to interact with other people? We know to interact by instinct, but what about all the rules we respect without even knowing them? How do we develop our personal space? Jordan B. Peterson talks in his book 12 Rules for Life about the fact that children develop most of their social skills by the time they reach … Continue reading Our social skills
I’ve read in Jordan B. Peterson’s book 12 Rules of Life about how important our physical posture is in sending a message about our status in that society. He is fascinated by lobsters and he describes how they stand after a fight. The winning lobster stretches as much as he can to look bigger whilst the loosing lobster tries to look as small as … Continue reading Body posture as a signal
Today I decided to let some experts talk so I put together a list of quotes that I found interesting. “Failure is just an opportunity to start again in a smarter way.” – Henry Ford “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill “You should live like every action you have should become an universal … Continue reading Pointless (or not) Quotes
This guy is my idol. Jordan Peterson is a psychologist and a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto (you can read more about him here). I say that he is successful because he has the ability to change people’s lives and he does it! He has a very easy and specific speech and this gives him the ability to express his thoughts and … Continue reading Successful People – Jordan B. Peterson