Comedians Bring Humour to Anxiety Comedians are modern-day philosophers. A line of work, revolving around controversy. Because they go up on stage in front of audiences. We view them as earthly superhero. Immune to feeling anxiety. Fortunately for humanity, they’re as relatable as they come. In particular, feelings of anxiety. 1.) Dave Chappelle keeps Sane … Continue Reading
Being confident is healthy. There are paid classes to become confident, not arrogant. Today we examine what psychologists, dictionaries, and celebrities. And what they tell us about the differences between confidence and arrogance.
Introduction to Ted Talk Impostor Syndrome Impostor syndrome, AKA ‘imposter phenomenon’. A word used to define people. Who struggle with the feeling of being incapable, despite proof of their success. That’s why I’ve ranked the Top 5 Ted Talks on Fighting Impostor Syndrome. For viewers looking for inspiration, or who are just curious. Curious on whether … Continue Reading
By Heather Mathews Author of Manifestation Miracle“Don’t accept the fear that scarcity exists in any corner of your life. There is enough love, enough time, enough healing to go around. Give what you wish to receive.” ― Jewel Lisa, a stay-at-home mom of three kids, recently got back into the workforce. She decided to focus on … Continue Reading
Andrew Schulz is a writer, entrepreneur, and a stand-up comedian approaching stardom. His brutal, yet logical approach to tough topics, gives life lesson for audiences to learn from. While pushing them into fits of laughter. 1.) Speaking out In public can be scary, yet rewarding “As a comedian, I am at the low spectrum of … Continue Reading