The mindset and philosophy behind lasting fat loss (as opposed to crash diets).
Tag Archives: psychology
Sustainable Fat Loss Part 1: Biohacking for Emotional Eating
Powerful interventions which improve mood in order to reduce emotion-driven food indulgences.
CAFFEINE: Underrated Uses & Risks
Tips on getting tactical about your caffeine use.
Investing vs. Spending Your Resources
You may have more resources than you realize – always be investing them.
How to truly become an elite-level problem solver.
Paradoxical Intention – Do Worse.
What if you took all of the pressure off of yourself? What if instead of trying to do well, you just lowered the bar and aimed for a “C-“? Or “D+”? What if instead of trying to be perfect, you aimed for mediocre? Sure, it sounds weird enough, in our society driven by performance andContinue reading “Paradoxical Intention – Do Worse.”
“Hygge” – The Danish Word for that Cozy Feeling
Have you heard about it yet? “Hygge”? It’s a Danish word to capture a certain special feeling – one that we don’t really have a good word for in English. But we’re starting to catch on here and the States – and in the rest of the world – because boy is it nice. ForContinue reading ““Hygge” – The Danish Word for that Cozy Feeling”
Problem Solving – The Ultimate Meta Skill
Video games, ambiguity, and accomplishing almost anything
The Magic of Giving a Smile
How smiling at others will directly improve your own mood as well as theirs.
Offensive vs. Defensive Thinking
Focusing on what excites you vs. focusing on protecting yourself from worries.