At some point, we’ve all doubted ourselves. It’s what makes us human by nature. Once you go down that path, it’s easy to convince yourself that you’re not good enough, smart enough – the list is endless. There’s a term for this. Impostor syndrome. A phenomenon that causes people to doubt their accomplishments and have consistent and internalized fears. In healthy doses, self-doubt protect you from bad news or negativity. But sometimes this results in your mind hindering you from growing. Sarah has experienced it herself. On her journey to find confidence in herself, she has collected some tools and techniques that have helped her to overcome self-doubts which she shares in the article below.
A story about economic disparities, cultural dichotomy and how these differentiations are a mental construct. This article explores how evolution impacts this mindset and asks the question if we will ever change our thinking? How can we achieve, and how does coworking help, to bring people closer together and let go of these boundaries?ind.
An article between the beauty of Indonesia and its waste and environmental crisis. How local traditions and beliefs can help to connect local communities to maintaining our nature. And how our concern about others becomes key in preserving our planet.
What is the worst punishment a prisoner can be given? Solitary. The reason for this? It causes them to lose their mind. Unfortunately, these days you can experience that sort of isolation in your mind without having to step foot in a prison. Here’s a list of 7 things you can do to combat loneliness in your life.
I live a life many consider unconventional. I tried to conform but it didn’t work. End of story. I wouldn’t say I chose my life. Most of the time I was running. Everything was an accident. But then one day, things started to work out.
This note on Nyepi is a personal reflection on the importance of taking a moment of silence. For me personally, Nyepi became the most special moment in my life, a time when I can refill the energy I’ve spent for a year and collect the pieces of my life that may have been left behind. In solitude of Nyepi I was invited to explore the meaning of my life.
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