The Consequences Of Lying
This video explores the degeneration that results from lying. Depending on the situation, some consequences may become irreversible and have serious psychological implications. (more…)
“You,” he said, “are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe, is why you are in so much pain.” – Emilie Autumn
The falsehood in the world can sometimes get you down but if you’re feeling that way it’s probably because you are a genuine person. (more…)
How To Be A Good Friend Part 2 (Inconsistency, Disrespect & Mind Games)
This is part 2 of How to be a good friend, and in this video, I talk about friendship issues surrounding inconsistency in behavior, being disrespectful, and playing mind games. (more…)
How To Be A Good Friend
I made this video because I noticed that many people struggle with finding good friends and some people seem to be unable to be a good friend. (more…)
The course of true love never did run smooth. – William Shakespeare
Life seems to always come with a serving of the good and possibly two servings of the bad. We romanticize about our lives but then reality hits. Something goes wrong, an argument erupts, the economy changes, someone bullies you, or you injure yourself down some stairs. Those two servings of the bad announce their existence by disrupting our dreams and squelching our love. (more…)
Guest Post On Lifehack.org – 5 Things You Can Do To Build Trust Quickly
Hello, my creative people!
I’ve been accepted as a guest contributor for lifehack.org and have just published my first contribution. You can read it here: 5 Things You Can Do To Build Trust Quickly.
I hope it inspires you. Your feedback is welcomed.
Lots of love,
Pathetic people are the type to act nice while simultaneously trying to put you down. This post explores 3 reasons why you should never worry about these types of pathetic people again.
Why are there so many pathetic people?
There are too many pathetic people in this world. These pathetic people try to dress nice, climb the corporate ladder, arrange social outings, and post big smiley pictures of themselves and their partner on social media. Each photo they post is inadvertently saying ‘hey, we’re still together and we look happy – see!’ These are the type of people who seek status and put other people down.
Of course, it’s okay to dress nice, do well at work, and post nice photos… but I’m just giving you a profile of what these people are kind of like. I’m referring more to an attitude than to any particular action. I’m talking about pathetic people who are always in ‘competition mode’ and put down other people so that they can feel better about themselves.
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You might be wondering, ‘how soon am I allowed to fart in a relationship?’, and it’s a humorous question, but I believe deep inside you are asking another question to yourself. ‘How soon am I allowed to be myself in a relationship?’
Think about it, if you are wondering how soon you should be allowed to fart in a relationship, then you’re probably holding a lot of gas inside. That’s not healthy, because ‘it’s better out than in’, right?
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There are so many pick-up artists online teaching sleazy versions of how to influence people. These guys are usually teaching quick and sleazy persuasion tactics.
There is nothing wrong with learning persuasion tactics, but many of these ‘pick-up-masters’ are doing so because sex is their chief aim in life. There is nothing wrong with sex, but many of them are advocating for the manipulation of relationships, and sometimes, the outright abuse of other people.
I’m not a hater, and I know that not all people who label themselves as pick-up artists or persuasion masters are evil, but a lot of them are definitely sleazy. Some aren’t even sexually sleazy but they’ve got a sleazy vibe and attitude.
This post will show you how to influence people without being sleazy. You’ll discover the 5 authentic traits that true influential people have. You’ll understand the difference between manipulation and genuine influence.
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