How Being “Lazy” Got me off the Couch

When I was growing up. All I wanted was a success. I was an honors student, that did what I was told. I always wanted to pursue the creative field; However, I still Ignored these feelings, thinking that making a living off creative was too risky. I chose to study to become a Doctor. Uh-oh.

Podcast: Episode 2 – Tunnel Vision, Growth

Today in the digital world, keeping your head above water and keeping up with everything seems damn near impossible. Today’s podcast speaks on the concept of tunnel vision and how being lazy can actually make you productive. There’s also a deep dive into the importance of setting up a proper workspace.

Overcoming Procrastination Anxiety Pt. 1

Objective Overcoming Procrastination is a huge roadblock for many. Because being able to complete an important task is simply not taught. Especially in many school curriculum. Rather than trying to find the time outwork your procrastination. Distractions like facebook and twitter. Why not learn how to overcome your procrastination? The objective of this article is … Continue Reading

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Social Anxiety Made me a Great Public Speaker

The root of my social anxiety Like many people, my social anxiety stemmed from my childhood, where I was brought up by abusive parents. Growing up in an impoverished neighborhood, mental health was not a top priority, especially considering how stigmatized mental illness can be in many cultures.

Managing Procrastination When Feeling Overwhelmed Pt. 2

Objective: Staying Ahead and not Falling Behind Are you struggling with work that you’re more than capable of doing? Improving procrastination habits means improving your mental well-being. My favorite part! Get more work done in less time, have more fun while working, and lowered stress with increased results. This article is more than a motivational … Continue Reading