The Power of a Checklist: How to Stay Disciplined and Avoid Stupid Mistakes

In today’s world, we have more information and knowledge than ever before. Most of it is readily available and easy to access – all it takes is a quick search on Google or Wikipedia and you can pull up a … Continue reading

Change Your Voice, Change Your Attitude: Record Yourself And Listen Back To It

Your voice plays an important role in how you communicate your attitude and emotions to both yourself and others. Of course, we understand that when we feel a certain way, we talk a certain way. And when people listen to … Continue reading

Listen to Epic Movie Soundtracks to Pump Yourself Up and Get Inspired

A big part of self improvement is being smarter about your environment. In psychology terms, this means paying attention to the types of stimuli you’re feeding into your brain on a daily basis because they can have both a short-term … Continue reading

In Defense of Your Comfort Zone: Observing Your Sensitivity Threshold

In self improvement literature, there is a lot of talk about “going outside of your comfort zone.” Your “comfort zone” is typically seen as playing it safe. It’s when you choose comfort, familiarity, and security rather than novelty, risk-taking, and … Continue reading

How Asking Good Questions Can Make You Seem Like A Genius

Picture yourself in a classroom or at a meeting at work, and you want to impress your teacher or boss by showing them you are knowledgeable about a given topic or subject matter. Which do you think would make you … Continue reading