95: The Lag Between Taking Action & Actually Noticing Results

95: The Lag Between Taking Action & Actually Noticing Results

There is a lag between taking action to improve yourself (diet, exercise, meditation etc) and noticing the results of those actions.

Keep this in mind whenever you start a new positive habit. If you know that it will take a while to see any benefits. then you will persevere with it long enough to actually see those results.

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94: My Morning Routine (& How You Can Make One Work For You!)

94: My Morning Routine (& How You Can Make One Work For You!)

For me, sticking to a morning ritual is key, both for my mental health, but also for my productivity. In this episode I break down my morning, I talk about why I use a routine, as well as how you can implement one in your life.

My mornings in a nutshell:
- Wake at 6am
- Green tea with jasmine
- Meditate (40 mins)
- Black coffee
- Russian language lesson #1 (3 mins)
- Exercise (45 mins)
- Russian language lesson #2 (3 mins)
- Prioritise my day (3 mins)
- Respond to social (5 mins)
- Post on social (5 mins)
- Cold shower

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93: Meditation - The Lead Domino For Good Mental Health

93: Meditation - The Lead Domino For Good Mental Health

If I could only choose one treatment option to manage my mental health, I would choose Mindfulness Meditation.

It is the lead domino for mental health. It will enhance your focus, clarity and ability to detach from negative thoughts.

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92: Making The Impossible Possible - Then Remembering How To Do It Again

92: Making The Impossible Possible - Then Remembering How To Do It Again

You have done the impossible, but it just doesn’t feel that special because it is a thing of the past. You have grown since then. The person that found it ‘impossible’ no longer exists. Thus it is increasingly easy to discount those accomplishments.

Try to remember how hard it was, and despite that difficulty, you persisted and succeeded any way.

Realise that this will happen again. What you think of as impossible, will (with time and effort) be overcome, and it too will become easy.

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91: Who Is Worse Off? Is It Possible To Ever Tell?

91: Who Is Worse Off? Is It Possible To Ever Tell?

How can you ever know if one person is worse off than another? Given that we all view the world through a subjective lens, this may be impossible. In this episode, I talk about how I approach this issue, and use it to help myself and others.

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90: Are You A Wage Slave?

90: Are You A Wage Slave?

Do you work to live? Or live to work?
87% of people hate their job, to me this is sad, absurd and unnecessary.

In this podcast I Introduce my fourth book ‘Wage Slave’' and discuss how you can free yourself!
I also introduce my next skillshare course: Learn To Lucid Dream: 101

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89: Why You Need To Stop Complaining and Start Taking Action Right Now

89: Why You Need To Stop Complaining and Start Taking Action Right Now

Complaining about something does nothing to fix the problem. Unless you realise that you are responsible for your healing and recovery, it won’t happen.

You need to seek therapy, do the meditation, read the books and take the medicine. No one else can or will do it for you!

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88: Relaxation Breathing To Overcome Anxiety (Ch 1.2 of How To Get Your Sh!t Together)

88: Relaxation Breathing To Overcome Anxiety (Ch 1.2 of How To Get Your Sh!t Together)

Slow breathing relaxes the body which in turn relaxes the mind.

Being told to take ‘a slow deep breath’ is so cliche that it is often not even attempted. This is a shame, because it really does work …

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85: How Can You Trust Someone With A Mental Illness?

85: How Can You Trust Someone With A Mental Illness?

By definition, those of use with mental illness think differently to ‘normal’. With that in mind, how can we know if we can trust someone with mental illness? And as a sufferer of mental illness, how can we gain the trust of others?

In this episode I talk about judging people based on actions, not labels.

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