If you feel like you’re struggling to get a great idea off the ground, that’s normal. Whether or not you’re actually focusing on your most important ones, though, is up for debate.
What’s the secret? Let others do the work for you.
In order to succeed big, you need to accept the necessity of big risks.
Tyler Tervooren is a natural introvert who never thought he could be a strong public speaker. It’s taken a lot of work, but if you’re an introvert like him with these nine fundamental rules, you can improve your presentation skills, too.
Similar to the way we strengthen muscles, your brain thrives on the difficult work—the things you struggle with but are proud to accomplish. These tasks will help to keep you healthy for a lifetime.
For many of us, the idea of having “one true calling” is a myth. And that’s a good thing for a lot of reasons.
Most people become socially anxious in their teens. Are you still reacting to it, or trying to prevent it?
Giving great advice that actually gets followed requires you to go beyond just your expertise. You have to have a deep understanding and attention to the psychological and social factors that affect success.
There’s nothing wrong with you when you don’t feel like going to parties, or being the center of attention. Because being alone isn’t abnormal, it’s needed.
The ball’s right in front of you, but the goal is far away. You could kick it as hard and fast as you can, but the chance you’ll hit your target is slim. Tyler Tervooren shows us the importance of patience and carefully crafted skills in life.
Tyler Tervooren explains how first principles thinking can help you be smarter, more creative, and more effective.
You don’t need quackery, magic potions, or spells. Science shows that the secret to youthful life is all in your head.
Tyler Tervooren explains why changing our beliefs about relationships can mean the difference between long-lasting love and roller-coaster failures.
We all have dreams, but we can’t achieve them unless we start. Now. Today. Even if we’re tired and don’t think we can do our best work.
The majority of communication is non-verbal. Here’s how to change the trajectory of your life by understanding how to make a great first impression.
What do you do when your stress levels are through the roof and you have important decisions to make? You need a strategy.