How to Systematically Face Your Fears with This Unstoppable Habit Stack (Guest Post at Develop Good Habits)

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There are tons of articles out there about how to face your fears. The problem is that they either just pump you up and give you motivation with no information on what to do… Or, the information doesn’t take into account drilling down to the root of your emotional motivations which can give you UNLIMITED power to push through whatever’s …


5 Tips On How To Conquer Fear In The Moment

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The following is an edited excerpt from Mastery Of The Mind. Check it out if you are looking for some help on learning lasting habits and tools you can use to fight off things like procrastination, anxiety, fear, and jealousy. I have talked about progressive desensitization (the ladder method) as a fast and simple means of getting over fear. Basically, instead …


5 Dating Fears Men Must Conquer

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Men (or more specifically masculine energy), are expected to lead relationships. Women want men who are confident and go for what they want – in life and with them. The problem is that nobody’s perfect. Many of us have an inherent fear of dating, hence the entire creation of the men’s dating advice community. We all have fears built up from …


What It’s Like To Drop Everything And Travel The World, Part 3

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Sean Ogle talked about how many people who do a continual 9-5 grind for years become stuck in habits that they are not even aware of: watching TV for hours at night. Never trying anything new. Not working on personal dreams… I would extend this to say that anyone, including entrepreneurs, the unemployed, aliens, etc. could fall victim to this …


What It’s Like To Drop Everything And Travel The World, Part 2

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Cover image: The Bitexco financial tower and street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. So upon entering Vietnam as a digital nomad and trying to glimpse out of the plane window to catch my first glimpse of the country I started to feel it… The humidity. Unfortunately I didn’t have a lot of drinking water left, so I was sparingly …


What It’s Like To Drop Everything And Travel The World, Part 1

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Cover image: Walking along the seawall in Vancouver, Canada. Nearly a month ago, I dropped everything I had in Canada and became a digital nomad. I took a suitcase, a backpack, and flew to Vietnam. So I decided to write a 5000 word multi-post about my experience thus far. In this three-part post, I’ll discuss the lead up to the trip, …