Over the past few years of diving into Jungian Psychology I’ve realized that it has, in turn, shaped much of the understanding of psychology we have today and much of my own understanding of how I view myself and humanity. The most frustrating part I see when I read online in places like Reddit or…Read More
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The Discipline Gap.
I didn’t really plan on writing about this book, The Confidence Gap, and it’s not because the information in it wasn’t valuable, but to me, it just wasn’t anything new. This is in no way to sound snobbish, but I’ve read (more than I can remember really) so many books that talk about confidence, motivation,…Read More
What You Can Learn From Crime and Punishment
There’s a handful of books that will eternally go down as the “Greatest Books of All-Time”, one of them, undoubtedly being Dostoevsky’s Crime And Punishment. If you’ve not already recognized the title, I’m sure the name of the book at least sounds familiar. And if you are familiar, you’ll know there are hundreds even thousands…Read More
Beyond Order by Jordan Peterson. Worth the Hype?
It has been quite a long time since I’ve done a book review. And that’s not to say I’ve not finished any books recently, because I have, and many of which I would have loved to sit down and write something about, but I just didn’t feel that push to do it. I’m not sure…Read More
An Honest Conversation With Myself
Today is February 28th, 2021, also known as the very last day of the second month of the year (if it’s not a leap year). What’s significant about this day? It’s a day where 80-90% of people who embarked on their “New Year’s Resolution” have now officially put it off till next year. From my…Read More
A Modern Approach to: How To Win Friends and Influence People
So this is going to be a little bit off-topic then my more recent posts. I’ve recently been listening to the audio-book How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, a classic if you may, and I’m not really trying to provide any kind of summary, as you’ll find about 10 million of…Read More
Notes from Underground
There are few books in my life, maybe even none at all, that I can truly say they changed my life after reading them. I know that’s such a cliche thing to say, as, it’s cliche to say things like “this book changed my life”, but after reading Notes from Underground, by Dostoevsky, and it’s…Read More
The Problem isn’t with Small Talk, it’s You.
I read something today that really struck me, and I don’t mean that lightly. I find that I’m consistently reading things that continuously make me question my own beliefs, and I think that’s a good thing, but it could also mean I don’t have very strong beliefs, but that’s not what I’m trying to get…Read More