What many of us long for more than anything else is a simpler life; we feel overwhelmed by our responsibilities, schedules, commitments and obligations. This is a film about how to create the simpler life we deserve.
The path of nonconformity is alluring to those who don’t seek to follow the herd known as a society. Instead, they want to make unique individual choices in life, disregarding other people’s opinions and defying society’s norms. And in doing so, they follow their inner compass, their own definitions of right and wrong, and ideas of what’s desirable and undesirable. However, such a way of life could evoke resistance from one’s surroundings and lead one to become a social outcast or get in trouble
We often tend to refer to someone as ‘antisocial’ when they decline to engage in social interactions. But being antisocial and introverted are very different things. So what are some differences between Introverts and antisocial? Watch this video to find out.
A minimalist lifestyle concerns itself with minimizing the number of material resources we need to be satisfied. A tremendous benefit of this approach is the reduced cost of living. The less we need, the more time, money, and energy we save. So, can we also apply minimalism to our social connections to gain the same benefits? Can we be happy with a minimal amount of friends, or even without friends? This video explores the benefits and downsides of friendship, the current state of friendships, a
In this YouTube Video, Lisa A Romano discusses 5 signs that indicate you're still seeking approval from others outside of you. If you are codependent, and you struggle with self-love, you may not realize the signs you're seeking approval from others. Childhood trauma and emotional neglect lead to a sense of feeling unseen. If you feel unseen, you may seek approval in odd ways. It may not be obvious when you are looking for validation from others. In this video, Lisa A Romano breaks down these 5
Have you ever felt like you're a fraud who doesn't belong? According to a recent article published in the International Journal of Behavioral Science, seven in every ten people have or will experience impostor syndrome at some point in their lives. We couldn't see our tribe suffering from this anymore, so we brought in the person who'll help you ditch this feeling for good. In this video, peak performance expert Shadé Zahrai joins Vishen to discuss how to supercharge your life and improve your s
Highly intelligent people often deal with specific struggles that the rest of us never realize. These problems, which only smart people have, can make their lives very emotionally taxing. Perhaps these are signs of intelligence - but they can also be a burden.
Do you make a good first impression? Like it or not, people judge you when they first meet you. It’s human nature. We all do it, and there’s a psychological reason why. Our brains are wired for self-protection. We pay attention to appearance, body language, voice, speaking style, and other details to determine whether someone seems trustworthy or not.
Have you ever expected yourself to succeed in making life changes, however, you do not designate any time or mental space to accomplish them? This is an example of self sabotage. So, how to stop sabotaging ourselves? Let’s delve into the ways together, shall we?
How to be a genius? When you hear the word “genius”, what do you think of? We generally think of people with remarkable achievements in areas of art, music, and science far beyond that of anyone else. However, scientific research into people with notable achievements reveals some surprising traits that anyone can learn from, including you! Turns out “genius” is a trait that anyone can nurture. So here are a ways to unlock your genius.
Do you think, therapy, coaching, psychology, and self-focus will cause you to become selfish or even narcissistic? Many do. But this is untrue. Jerry Wise, life and relationship coach, suggests we first must learn about the how self-focus and selfishness works. He uses a Bowen/Friedman approach to helping and coaching. Learn how self-focus and self-love and compassion for others flow from the same stream.
On this episode of On Purpose, I sat down with Katee Sackhoff. Katee is an actress, most well known for playing Lieutenant Kara "Starbuck" Thrace on Battlestar Galactica. She is also a cancer survivor. We discussed everything from failure, to work ethic, to overcoming false beliefs about ourselves. She brings a unique and profound perspective to the table, in how she’s able to situate herself from the negative external opinions we too often let creep up on us. We dove into her strategies for ove