Manage Your Expectations, Else They’ll Choke Your Confidence and Happiness Entirely

“I say never be complete, I say stop being perfect, I say let… let’s evolve, let the chips fall where they may.” – Tyler Durden, Fight Club One of the most rewarding things I do as a confidence and communication coach is to help others pinpoint and overcome the irrational beliefs that sabotage them. There…

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Spectating and the Spectator Culture

Spectating is the act of observing and taking in an event from an outside or peripheral position to it, as opposed to being actively involved in it. Watching a movie, a play, a concert or a sporting match are all classic examples of spectating. Reading celebrity gossip and fiction books qualify as spectating as well.…

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The Meaning of Life: A Paradigm Shift

At some point during their lifetime, most people begin to concern themselves with living a meaningful life. They find themselves wanting to see some sort of purpose to their existence. An array of social actors is quick to jump at meeting this want, by telling them what the meaning of life is and how they should…

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The 10 Commandments of Casual Relationships

Sometimes you just don’t want a serious relationship. Sometimes you’re interested in something more casual. As the old stereotype goes, this desire is characteristic of men and uncharacteristic of women. But I think that’s bogus. It’s not a gender-specific desire. It’s a desire that often holds true for both men and women. Just not necessarily…

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