Motivation

5 More Tips to Stop Procrastinating

Every day, it seems the tasks which are of the highest worth to us get put on the back-burner. The most creative, and lucrative, opportunities can often be framed as daunting, oppressive, time-consuming, or even “impossible.” Procrastination is a function of the subconscious mind. The loathing, destructive, annoying concept of doing something you know is… Continue reading 5 More Tips to Stop Procrastinating

Motivation · School Advice · Success

Procrastination: A Basic, 3-Step Plan to Stop Doing it

Ah. Procrastination. Bane to my Batman, Kryptonite to my Superman, and Brexit to my billion dollar portfolio (well, these guys, anyway). Procrastination comes about because you loathe a task you’re required to do, yet you know that doing it will be good for you in some way. Kind of like eating vegetables. Watching too much… Continue reading Procrastination: A Basic, 3-Step Plan to Stop Doing it

Philosophy

How Philosophers Can Explain the Meaning Of Life

The term “philosophy” is often used to describe someone’s viewpoint or opinion. I’ve heard people say “I think God does all things for good. That’s my philosophy.” While that’s a perfectly fine belief to have, that’s not philosophy, dear. Philosophy is the rigorous, logical analysis of certain viewpoints. A good argument consists entirely of good… Continue reading How Philosophers Can Explain the Meaning Of Life

Being Conscious · Success

Unpopular Beliefs, and Why You Need to Have Them

In this life, there are thousands of influences that we subconsciously register with, and don’t consciously perceive. The media, other people, your family, and your friends often say things that they don’t really believe in solely for the reason that lots of other people do. When we were evolving in tribes, shortcuts in our decision… Continue reading Unpopular Beliefs, and Why You Need to Have Them

Being Conscious · The Subconscious Mind

How to Obliterate Hatred, Anger, and Self-Destruction From Your Life

When we don’t have exactly what we want, there are two potential reactions: we either accept it, and continue with our lives, or we blame something else for inflicting this pain on us. One of them can lead to sadness, which leads to acceptance. The other one boils inside of us, causing pain, anger, envy,… Continue reading How to Obliterate Hatred, Anger, and Self-Destruction From Your Life