5 Ways to Not Go Insane During the Corona Lockdown

5 Ways to Not Go Insane During the Corona Lockdown

Let’s say it’s 2030 and the world is thriving again, and this whole Corona thing is way behind us. Will you be able to look back at yourself and say that you did the right thing? Can you tell inspiring stories about that tragic time in the ’20s where shit hit the fan and the whole world was in...

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The 24/7 Hustle: The Biggest Disease of This Era

The 24/7 Hustle: The Biggest Disease of This Era

It seems like everyone wants to be the next superstar entrepreneur, the next Arnold Schwarzenegger, the next person on the magazine covers, the next one that goes viral. And to become that we have to hustle. You know, “do whatever it takes and give it all you got”. We have to sleep just 2 hours a...

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Coming to Terms with Losing Everything

Coming to Terms with Losing Everything

Losing isn't pleasant, and so we try to avoid it at all costs. Being called a loser in high school has probably caused many traumatic experiences that still play a role in our adult lives. Being a loser in high school meant you sucked, you lost, you failed. You weren't the cool kid (anymore), your...

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Stop Watching the News, Now

Stop Watching the News, Now

Research shows we have around 70.000 thoughts a day. Not sure how one counts those, but that's a lot of thoughts if you think (whoops, another thought) about it, but not necessarily a problem. What is concerning is that another research shows 80% of our thoughts are negative, just like the news....

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The Deception of Our Aspiring Minds

The Deception of Our Aspiring Minds

In the race to the bottom, the mind has taken first place from the body. Taking the crown from heart-attacks, diabetes, obesity, and other illnesses, depression is now the number one illness in the world.  Remarkably, this is the first time a mental condition is more common than a physical...

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The Gradual Death of the Individual

The Gradual Death of the Individual

We came a long way in modern-day society. We traded our caves for smart homes and prolonged our life from 30 till over 100. And we have all the information we ever need at the tip of our fingers and went from an honest fistfight, with blood on the walls, to bashing each other on the internet. Not...

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Abundance and the Paradox of Choice

Abundance and the Paradox of Choice

Imagine four guys, age 20'ish, sitting at a table in a bar with a beer. There's no chatter because everybody is faced down with their heads in their phones, fully distracted. Every now and then one of the guys looks up and says "hey, look at this, this is funny". Two guys ignore him, one looks up,...

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