An article regarding self empowerment and self development by understanding the concept of control and how it relates to religion and God.
Rinse. Wash. Repeat. When trying to make a long lasting change, repetition is key. We are habit forming creatures and we naturally gravitate towards what is recognizable, what is comfortable and what feels safe. Even the worst habits can feel safe when we have grown familiar with them. We are trying to undo years of … Continue reading Foundations_Episode 1: Repetition
We have an idea. We feel super stoked and we go for gold. It feels good to dive right in. Sometimes we need to slow ourselves down and build some foundational level skills before we go all in. These skills will help us while we work towards our goals. Wanting to improve oneself is not … Continue reading Foundations: Introduction
Control is a very interesting and complex topic. The better we understand it, the better equipped we are to handle life. Many people have written about it, from the stoics, to the catholics, to (I am sure) millions of others. Understanding the concept of control and how we can utilize it to our advantage can … Continue reading Pilot: Control
Stop pressurin’ meJust stop pressurin’ meStop pressurin’ meMake me wanna scream Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson – Scream Series discussing extremes in our environment and how they impact our health and well being. All around me I see extremes. In many different forms. Extreme dieting, fads, binaries, etc. etc. etc. Extremes in choices needed to be … Continue reading Pilot: Extremes
The fourth episode of season 7 of the show Friends includes a bit where Chandler, Monica and Ross share each others secrets. Laughter and embarrassment ensues. At the end of the episode the trio decide they do not need to tell each other everything. Ross mentions he is going to hang out with people who … Continue reading TV & Movies, Episode 1: What We Can Learn from the Friends Episode “Secrets”
Introducing a series regarding the impact that television and movies have on culture and human behavior. It’s no surprise television is a major part of society. 88% of adults watch television regularly. Revenue for subscription services is in the billions and the person who came up with the “skip intro” button should be considered for … Continue reading Pilot: You Are What You Watch