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CBT Series Part II: How to Do Behavior Therapy on Yourself

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By: Halvor Jannike

Sep 4, 2014

Behavior therapy (BT) focuses on changing mindsets by changing behavior. The two options for applying it? Flooding, and Gradual Exposure.

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CBT Series Part I: How to Do Cognitive Therapy on Yourself

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By: Halvor Jannike

Aug 22, 2014

Cognitive therapy is an effective tool at breaking old, negative mindsets. The key to it is identifying these mindsets in yourself first.

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Being Afraid Can Help You

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By: Cody Lyans

Jul 26, 2014

Should you seek to rid yourself of fear? Not quite. Learning, growth, and change all require it – and fear may well be the greatest motivator there is.

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How Much Effort Does Life Take?

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By: Ross Leon

Jul 11, 2014

Many people will seek to minimize the effort in their lives to save face and look cool – but to maximize your results, you must expend effort up front first.

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How to Avoid Making the Same Mistake Twice

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By: Ross Leon

Mar 27, 2014

The #1 reason why some guys stall out and struggle to progress with girls? They aren’t sure where their mistakes are – and are doomed to keep repeating them.

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At What Point Do You Give Up?

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By: Chase Amante

Mar 19, 2014

When do you give up? Most people throw the towel in far too early… and a select few throw it in far too late. Here’s why, and how to tell the difference.

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Chase's Guide to Time Management

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By: Chase Amante

Feb 25, 2014

Forget schedules and software programs, the fad diets of time management – how do you *really* manage your day so that you have more time?

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Dealing with Failure: An Important Learning Tool

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By: Chase Amante

Oct 29, 2013

Handling the failure, defeat, and rejection that come with trying to learn something new and not go your way is most difficult in the beginning.

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The 100 Hour Rule

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By: Chase Amante

Sep 11, 2013

Some time back, I came up with a surefire new way to get myself to learn new skills: commit to 100 hours of practice – then, quit.

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How to Create a Habit You’ll Stick With

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By: Chase Amante

Aug 16, 2013

It’s easy to get excited and create a new habit that you think will be great for you, but a lot harder to actually stick with it. In this guest post by Robert King, we look at how it’s done.

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How to Be Decisive

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By: Chase Amante

Jul 19, 2013

So you want to be decisive, but you just can’t bring yourself to make decisions any more quickly or certainly. How do you turn this around and get deciding?

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Stress Coping Techniques: Stigma, Stress, and Solutions

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By: Eric Reeves

Dec 20, 2012

Coping with stress is one of those things we all need to do, but most don’t know how. Today, learn the 3 steps to coping well.

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Social Skills 101: Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone

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By: Colt Williams

Nov 4, 2012

Figuring out social skills on your own is hard, but when starting late it can seem impossible. This is your guide to getting up-to-speed.