My biggest psychology hero

I can barely put into words how excited I am to share today’s video. One of the things Comfort Zone Crusher prides itself on is that all of our work goes back to evidence-based psychology. And in today’s video, I sat down with one of my most important therapy role...

4 Things You Believe That Mess Up Your Social Life

Sometimes I hate socializing. Sometimes when I’m at a party, or a meetup, I would rather be at home, not having to talk to anybody, and just spend some quality alone-time. It took me a while to be able to admit this - both to myself and to others -, because a)...

Thoughts Are Like Kindergarten Kids

Have you ever been to a kindergarten? There are kids everywhere, running around with greasy fingers full of snot. And if you ever wanted to know how to deal with all the mess that’s going on inside your head, just think about one of those kids. #1 Some Are Just A Pain...

My Biggest Lesson From 2016

Have you ever had this experience… You thought if you just accomplish this one specific thing, then you will finally be happy. Maybe you thought living in a bigger city, dating your cute neighbor, getting the job, having a few more friends, or looking a tiny bit...

How I Beat Loneliness

Everyone has their inner demons… And today I will share mine with you! People often see me and just assume I’ve got it all figured out. They see this twenty-something dude running his own business, living in Hollywood, being married, hanging out with “influencers” and...

The Mindset of Successful People

What is the difference between successful and unsuccessful people? Any Idea? I give you a clue: It's not about talent. Why Talent Is Overrated   In 1921, Stanford psychologist Lewis Terman identified 1500 children all across California. But these were no ordinary...

A New Kind of Hero

January the 2nd, 2007 At a subway station in Harlem, Wesley Autrey was waiting for his train.The 50 year-old construction worker had his two daughters with him, because he wanted to drop them off by their mother, before commuting to work. But while they were waiting,...

A short story about compassion

He had a very long day. In fact, he had a very long week. For this reason he was more than happy to finally sit down. The subway was fairly empty. For a second he stared out of the window, let out a long sigh and grabbed his book....

Three Values For Social Interactions

Last week I wrote about values and why it’s important to know yours. The basic notion was, when you regularly find yourself adjusting to other people and have trouble “being yourself”, the best antidote against this is to define your values. Values act as a compass,...

How to be yourself and stop adjusting to others

A couple of years ago I went back to my home town and visited family and friends from back in the days. The following happened: “What’s up, bro? How’s everything going?”, my friend asked me who I haven’t seen for years. “I’m great. I’m doing a lot of public speaking...

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