So there you are:
The New Year is coming…
To achieve stellar results and truly transform your life, you decided to go wild with us :-)
You Too Rushed Headlong For The One Goal Strategy.
This is a GREAT strategy, and it will help you move mountains.
That said, you just made the awesomely bold decision to bet everything on one goal…
So it’d better work!
In this last post of the year I’d like to give you a fool proof way to execute your one goal strategy.… Click to read more
In last week’s post I told you that the PTE Team brainstormed the best advice to help you move mountains next year…
And that we decided to share just ONE powerful thing with you …
So What Is The One Crucial Thing You Need To Focus On To Achieve Astonishing Results Next Year?
The secret is really simple.
It is only one word long.
And this word is: ONE
Let me explain:
Take a deep breath, close your eyes.… Click to read more
I don’t know about you, but my 2016 life experience was kind of … surprising.
I’m not even talking about the Brex’out, the Trump’s-in or stuff like that.
But if we focus on what we wanted to achieve in 2016 at a personal level …
Was 2016 Really As You Dreamed It?
Did it go according to your plan?
My year wasn’t bad, but it certainly didn’t go according to the plan!
There were few big moments worth remembering: I became British (strange for a French man), joined Paid to Exist, discovered Costa Rica and made a crazy decision to move there in the next year or so!… Click to read more
In 2002 Diet Coke launched their new marketing slogan:
“Do what feels good.”
It was just another ploy in a slew of ad campaigns designed to hijack the human desire to seek pleasure. We’re wired after all to move toward pleasure, and away from pain.
So it’s no surprise that sales skyrocketed.
Whether it’s messages to inhale soft drinks or to buy the latest smartphone, we’re habituated to elevate feeling good over everything else.
And it’s no wonder, because pain/pleasure impulse is a natural evolutionary trait that has served us well as humans for millions of years.… Click to read more
Perfectionism is a sneaky mental illness. I know because I’m a recovering perfectionism addict.
On the surface, the voice of perfection makes you think that it’s only trying to help.
After all it only wants to help you be all that you can be, right? Not only that, but it’s supposedly protecting you from the devastating effects of failure. It’s there to shield you, so you don’t let yourself and others down.
Cloaked in its desire to help you be the best, to avoid failure, to reach your potential, the devious voice of perfectionism can lure you into thinking it’s doing you a service.… Click to read more