Part 1 to the Movie Samadi, that explains the concept of Maya, and how our identification with our egos prevent us from knowing our true selves
Understand why a large number of our habits are linked to our most evolutionary learning practices (i.e. positive & negative reinforcement), and how you can use mindfulness to break these evolutionary reinforcement chains, making it easier to change your habits.
Feeding your mind with positive ideas and thoughts, help develop a positive personality. Use the following keys – (1) Positive self-talk (2) Positive visualisation (3) Positive people (4) Positive mental food (5) Positive training & development (6) Positive health habits (7) Positive expectations.
The TED talk by Barry Schwartz, the author and creator of ‘Paradox of Choice’, that explains why the modern concept of having greater freedom of choices, actually leads to negative outcomes for people – in terms of happiness, decision paralysis and regrets.
Leaving 9 to 5 is not about building a million dollar business, but simply figuring out how much money you need to live and how quickly you can earn that without doing a job. This is easier than you believe, especially if you can (a) downsize spending on things you don’t really need (b) start simple practical side hustles on the internet.
A 60-minute seminar by Robert Kiyosaki, that provides personal insights into how to get rich – including the rich mindset, how to read financial statements, the importance of understanding the cash flow quadrant and learning how to invest.
Learn 3 vital techniques that help increase your discipline – (1) Finding your strong reason why (2) Develop discipline through singular activities (3) Pre-plan for temptations.
Dandapani speaks about the 3 key ingredients of affirmations – (1) Concise choice of positive words (2) Clear visualisation (3) a Corresponding feeling. All 3 ingredients are essential for affirmations to be effective, with visualisations providing clarity to your mind, while feelings adding the all-important emotional energy to your affirmations.
BJ Fogg shows us that the key to lasting change does not lie in planning big, monumental changes, but in thinking really, really small. By celebrating small victories, you build the momentum and incentivise positive behaviour to create lasting change.
Kevin O’Leary speaks of the hard truths of entrepreneurship. As compared to fantasised notions of freedom and millions, the reality is that entrepreneurship involves tremendous sacrifices – the ability to keep moving despite failures, constant criticism, the loss of free time and time spent with your family & friends.