How do you spend your time? Action vs. Priorities

Action expresses priorities – Ghandi

Do you have any regrets on how you spend your time? Are you doing the things that matter the most to you in life? If so, this article is NOT for you:) You fall into the category of the few that live life I accordance with their priorities. For the rest of us, the ones who strive to get to the things we want to do by often doing things that we do not enjoy — this article is for you:) In my opinion life is pretty simple…

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Party time! Or why I stopped drinking alcohol:)

Its party time! You get a few drinks with buddies, you dance the night away, you get some more drinks, everyone is high on “life” with some extra kick from alcohol, everyone is “happy” smiling, CHEERS and smiles and high fives continue all through the night. Most of the conversations are a blur, the most meaningful thing that comes out is some twisted “I really love you bro” or something along those lines… Next morning you wake up, head hurts, mental capacity is at 10% for at least a day if not more Continue reading

Working out as a great metaphor for life’s challenges

I am a huge fan of working things out on my own without mentors, psychiatrists, doctors etc. Part stubborn, part curious if I can, part stupid I assume:)

Either way – one of my favorite discoveries was that while I was not able to work through my emotional problems, fears etc. through just logic and thinking about them…. I WAS able to work on my body without any problems really (other than some pain, lots of will power and dedication.) Continue reading

Values – or the “nonsense” we learn since birth

Now here comes a big one…. Values we are “sold on” by observing our parents, teachers, other kids, peers, authority figures etc.

Why sold on? Because it is almost like this mass hypnosis where everyone agrees on what is to be considered valuable – and in order to protect their own mental and emotional structures in life – they convey to everyone else that this is whats important in life. Continue reading