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The Beginners Guide To Goal Setting

July 21, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: How To, Life |

Setting goals is a fundamental component to long-term success. The basic reason for this is that you can’t get where you are trying to go until you clearly define where that is. Research studies show a direct link between goals and enhanced performance in business. Goals help you focus and allocate your time and resources efficiently, and they can keep you motivated when you feel like giving up.

1. Think about the “big picture.

Ask yourself some important questions about what you want for your life. The answers to this question can be as general as “I want to be happy,” or “I want to help people,” or “I want to be fit.”

2. Break the “big picture” down into smaller and more specific goals

Consider areas of your life that you either want to change or that you feel you would like to develop with time. Begin to ask yourself questions about what you’d like to achieve in each area and how you would like to approach it within a five year timeframe.

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A Skill Every Self Respecting Man Needs To Have: How To Spot A Gold Digger

July 17, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: Dating, How To |

1. Understand what a gold digger is, and is not. There’s nothing wrong with a person being concerned about your financial stability. A long-term partnership means depending on each other through the ups and downs, and being financially reliable does help with that to a degree. The difference between a gold digger and someone who values your role as a provider is that the gold digger would deride and perhaps leave you if you lost your ability to provide for them financially. A good person can appreciate your financial resources, but a gold digger appreciates only that, and will not see the relationship as worthwhile if you’re not well off.

2. Gold diggers drop hints that they’re having trouble paying their bills (sometimes they might even ask you directly for a “loan” to tide them over).They know that you don’t want to see them get an eviction notice, or get their car repossessed, and you’re a good person who’s in a position to help. But there’s a difference between a gold digger and someone who’s just fallen on bad times. What you should be looking for is if, despite their situation, this person is making poor financial decisions. Do they buy a brand new car with luxury features when they’re struggling to pay rent? Do they buy $300 shoes or watches when their phone service is at risk of getting cut off? Do they go to expensive restaurants when their credit cards are maxed out, because they “work hard” and they “earned it”? Many gold diggers know better than to ask you to fund their more luxurious tastes, at least in the beginning; they’ll tap into your desire to help them afford the things they need (food, shelter, transportation) so that they can spend their own money on the things they want.

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How To Stop Procrastinating

June 19, 2014 | 2 Comments » | Topics: How To |

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by Heykidcatch

Many natural procrastinators I know are people who are praised for their intelligence, and misinterpret that as a sign that they don’t need to have structure for their brain’s daily activities, and don’t need to give it the proper respect and exercise that it requires and deserves. So they neglect it – let it run wild on the internet, gorge itself on Reddit and Facebook and porrn and games (the mental equivalent of junk food and jerking off), and allow it to lapse into a vicious cycle of unaccountable information binging and inevitable self loathing.

Your brain adapts to, and then perpetuates, the habits to which it is constantly exposed. That fact doesn’t work in your favor right now, but you can change that. My suggestions:

1) Structure your time. By scheduling your daily activities, you provide a motivation to be present and diligent for your responsibilities. Plus, this will discourage the huge, unhealthy blocks of surf time that arise when you don’t plan your time out ahead. As far as skill acquisition like studying goes, I recommend time management methods like the Pomodoro Technique to give your brain a healthy routine length. You may also want to invest in a timer, or a program that acts like one, so you can monitor how much time you’re actually spending plugged in, and hold yourself accountable for it in the future.

This tip also extends to structuring your sleep schedule. I assume you’re in college, and there’s always fun stuff like parties and dorm CoD seshes and recreational drug use happening at any given time in college. Even if not, there’s always the internet. Learn to pull the plug, even when you don’t feel like you want to stop, and get your 6-8 hours a night. It does wonders for your self-control, self-image, and your presence in real life as opposed to inside your head.

2) Figure out why you procrastinate. Procrastination is a type of experiential avoidance that causes itself through an unwillingness to feel uncomfortable emotions, or be in unpleasant situations, even at personal detriment. I personally was an internet/League of Legends addict because I wanted to avoid confronting my anxiety, low self-esteem, and feelings of helplessness, and losing myself in my laptop provided an avenue where I could feel ‘in control’. It’s different for everyone, but this attitude is rather common nowadays. You owe it to yourself to be honest about what it is you’re procrastinating from, and why you fell into the habit. It may take some reflection.

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What Does Your Body Language Say About You? How To Read Signs and Recognize Gestures

February 27, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: How To |

As we all know, communication is essential in society. Advancements in technology have transformed the way that we correspond with others in the modern world. Because of the constant buzz in our technological world, it’s easy to forget how important communicating face-to-face is. When conversing, it’s not only speech we verbalize that matters, but what our nonverbal gestures articulate as well.

Body language is truly a language of its own. We all have quirks and habits that are uniquely our own. What does your body language say about you? And what can you learn about others by becoming aware of what some of the signs mean?

Body language is truly a language of its own. We all have quirks and habits that are uniquely our own. What does your body language say about you? And what can you learn about others by becoming aware of what some of the signs mean?

It is said that when talking to a person the information that we receive can be broken down as:

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For All Those That Don’t Like Going To The Gym: 100 Workouts That Don’t Require Equipment By Neila Rey

January 29, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: How To |

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How To Drink Whiskey

January 25, 2014 | 2 Comments » | Topics: How To |

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If you want to consider yourself a man, you’re definitely going to need to learn how to drink whiskey and when I say drink whiskey, I don’t mean take shots with a chaser or diluted in a Jack and a Coke with a cherry on top. I’m talking about extracting and enjoying all the complexities of flavor that the distiller put his countless years of knowledge, heart and soul into making. I’m talking about swirling it in the glass, sniffing it like a fine wine, sipping it, letting it sit there and simmering on the back of your tongue while all the notes and flavors lavish your tastebuds. And who better to guide you through this process than Ron Swanson’s long lost brother, master blender for Whyte And Mackawy, Richard Patterson

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A Useful Skill That Everyone Can Benefit From: How To Avoid Pointless Arguments

November 14, 2013 | 3 Comments » | Topics: How To |

Ask three questions before engaging in any conversation:

1) Do you both agree on the purpose of what you’re arguing about?

For example, if engaging in an argument about government policy, do you both agree on what the purpose of government is? If you don’t agree on the purpose, you’ll never sway each other as you’re arguing two different things.

2) Can I change this person’s opinion?

Is the person the type of person who makes decisions based on logic and reason, or are they ruled by emotion? If they’re ruled by emotion, no logic or reason, no matter how sound, will sway them. Try literally asking them “what could I provide that would sway your opinion?”

3) Will I benefit if this person’s opinion is changed?

Let’s say you succeed and change the opinion of a random dude on the internet… and? What did you gain?

4) Am I prepared to listen and have my opinion changed?

If any of these 4 questions can be answered with a “no”, do not engage in the discussion.

You will find this process will cause you to avoid most arguments.

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“It Tasted Like A Sensual Chocolate Porrno Being Filmed In My Mouth To Slow 90′s RnB Music”

September 3, 2013 | No Comments » | Topics: Food, How To |

You deserve this.

People posting delicious things on Imgur kicked my cravings into overdrive. So I made brownies with a fuk ton of chocolate chip

Think that was it? Nope. Added chocolate chip cookie dough. Brookies, fuk yeah.

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