Not knowing this can cost you 1000s of wasted hours and keep you away from your goals forever.

Goal setting is straightforward, right?

  1. Pick a goal.
  2. Choose when you want to achieve it.
  3. Go at it with full force.
  4. Don’t be distracted.

It seems easy — put in the work and resist temptations.

Should be a cakewalk, you think. But, when you act out your plan, you soon realize the problem.

Kanye West smirking — Sidhant Kisshor Medium Article
Kanye West smirking — Sidhant Kisshor Medium Article
Kanye West (probably) thinking how easy it is to be President.

The first week probably goes well. It’s challenging — you almost give up a couple of times — but you somehow manage to hold on. You don’t let your limbic (emotional) brain win. You tend to stick to the plan. Then one day, the plan BREAKS APART!

You end up sleeping late. …

Ideas To Help You Knock Out That Stress

If you feel stressed out, strung out, or just plain fed up, then keep reading this article for advice on how you can deal with the things that are currently giving you that stress, and ways that you can avoid stress in the rest of your life. There are plenty of things you can do.

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1. Avoid factory farmed meats, eggs and dairy products.

These products are filled with adrenaline due to the horrible cruelty experienced by the animals. Excess adrenaline will raise your levels of the stress hormone, Cortisol. This will cause you to experience excess stress levels, decreasing your level of overall health and happiness.

2. Create a Scrapbook

A great tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to create a scrapbook. Making a scrapbook is a great way to be creative, and it also allows you to reminisce on good times that you’ve had. You’ll be able to keep your stress down and have something to show for it. …

Stop feeding your EGO. You’re losing yourself in the process.

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Everyone is a victim of life. Everyone has gone through something that they didn’t want to. Everyone would rather have it better than they already do.

All the standards that you’ve set in your mind that you relate with an IDEAL/BETTER life are inherently flawed.

  • People with a lot of money are better off? Financially, yes! But, do they have time for friends and family?
  • People with a lot of friends are better off? They’re extroverted, yes! But, do they have real friends?
  • People with a silver spoon are better off? They’re born with more ‘wants’ fulfilled, yes! …


Sidhant Kisshor

I help people find meaning in their lives without going to the Himalayas. Personal Development Coach | Business Consultant |

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