We live in a generation where we are expected to live, look, and act a certain way. Social media has found a way to narrow everyone’s mindset to focus on superficial aspects of life. How much do you earn? Are you making 6 figures in your twenties? Where do you live? If you don’t have … Read moreFAKE DEEP | What’s Your Name? What’s Their Name? A Simple Concept To Help Reduce Toxic Comparison
If you’ve ever listened to a motivational speaker they probably left you with the urge to do something crazy, something you didn’t really think through but after such a compelling speech, it seemed rational. Dropping out of school because you’ve were told university is nothing but a scam (and it is to some extent) for … Read moreMotivational Speakers: The Most Dangerous Drug Dealers
We’ve all reached that point in University where we’ve considered dropping out. For some the feeling is short-lived. For others, it’s almost a certain decision backed by a build-up of different emotions, excuses, reasons, aspirations, expectations and more. However in the midst of all these factors we forget to consider the logical side of things. … Read moreWhat To Consider Before Dropping Out Of University
Most people have a love-hate relationship with university. For some, it’s the time of their life. Newfound freedom, independence, unforgettable memories. For others, it’s the bane of their existence. Depression, uncertainty, pressure, feeling like they’re living someone else’s dream for them. A lot of people when asked why they’re in university say they were forced to by their parents and this is where the problem begins. Being ‘forced’. But whether or not you were forced to go to university here are a few tips on how to make your time at university feel less like a prison sentence.
Working towards a goal is like looking through glass. You can see what is on the other end, you can see what you want to achieve but you have an obstacle in the way stopping you from reaching that target. Welcome to the ‘The Glass Concept’, a concept that’ll make what was once complicated so simple!
When reading some books you can’t just read each sentence word for word especially when it comes to China Achebe’s proverbial Things Fall Apart. Things Fall Apart is a classic story about pre-colonial life in Nigeria. Chinua Achebe portrays a vivid image of aspects of the Igbo culture with great emphasis on their persistent use of proverbs, many of which could be applied to our daily lives.
We live in a generation where ‘finding your passion’ seems to be the answer to all our life problems. We’ve been made to believe that life is filled with misery until we reach the point where we have found our ‘passion’. But nobody tells us how we find this master key. The truth is there is no formula for finding your ‘passion’, you just have to keep ‘TRYING’.
Disclaimer: The Orphan Complex is in no way meant to be insensitive towards orphans, it is merely a concept. Why You Should Live Life Like You Have No Parents Have you ever thought of what life would be like if one day you no longer had parents? Would you survive or would you crumble? Some … Read moreFake Deep | The Orphan Complex – Live Like An Orphan
Can Wolves Teach Us To Be More Human? Have you ever read a book about Wolves? I highly recommend it, the Wisdom of Wolves by Elli H. Radinger would be a great start. It may seem like a weird suggestion but trust me it will make a lot more sense by the end of this … Read moreWITW 3: The Wisdom of Wolves