Category: Personal growth

Categorized as: Personal growth

5 life transforming books on personal development you should read this summer

Summer vacation and reading go hand in hand. With Kindle and all audiobook app options out there, it’s a no brainer to bring a ton of books with you. It doesn’t take up space if you read on your device, but if you read the old fashioned way, i.e. paper books, you can’t bring thousands … Continue Reading 5 life transforming books on personal development you should read this summer

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Let go of morality

What is morality? Philosophers have discussed this issue since the beginning of time. We want to do the right thing, and be the best that we can be. But sometimes doing the right thing for us means that we also judge others for not being or doing what we expect them to do. The problem … Continue Reading Let go of morality

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Happy money – what it is and why you want to adopt this abundance mindset

What is happy money? Have you ever heard about “Happy money”? Today we’re going to discuss this exiting idea and how you can use the technique to attract abundance in your own life. Happy money is a concept invented by the lovely japanese “Zen millionaire” Ken Honda. The idea is that you want to establish … Continue Reading Happy money – what it is and why you want to adopt this abundance mindset

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What is JARS?

Have you ever heard of the JARS system? When I found out about this system, I was blown away. It is such a simple and elegant, yet effective way to make sure your money goes where it’s supposed to. Today I will go through this elegant money management model and we will also translate it … Continue Reading What is JARS?

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Intuition vs ego

How do you tell the difference between intuition and ego? And how do you start listening to your intuition more? Find out how in this article.

Categorized as: Personal growth

Let go of resentment

Resentment is like trying to kill someone by drinking a cup of poison yourself.  Today we are going to talk about resentment. Why do we sometimes feel resentful towards other people, and why is it so hard to let go? It is clearly the other person that did something wrong to you, right? So why are … Continue Reading Let go of resentment

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