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Behavior Weekly #10

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Hey Behavior Architect,

Below you will find the „Behavior Weekly,“ a list of recent educational discoveries that helped me to upgrade my life in a significant manner.


🤯Quote Of The Week

“To cheat oneself out of love is the most terrible deception; it is an eternal loss for which there is no reparation, either in time or in eternity.”

― Soren Kierkegaard

💻Article Of The Week

The Habit Matrix 

In this article, you are going to learn about the Fogg behavior model and the habit matrix – a model I created in order to help you to grow healthy habits and break bad ones.

What is this article about?

  • A habit teaching tale about a wise gardener
  • The Fogg behavior model
  • How to tap into the power of triggers
  • How to surf your motivational waves
  • How to align your environment and your identity with your vision

💻Podcast Of The Week

My interview with Dr. Aziza Yaser

The 21h episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features psychotherapist Dr. Aziza Yaser.

What is this episode about?

  • What it’s like to be a psychotherapist in the middle east
  • Her journey from dentist to mental health expert
  • What love not is
  • Relationship red flags
  • Overcoming trauma
  • Secrets to a happy and rich life

🧠Mental Upgrade Of The Week

90 Minute Marketing Masterclass with Jay Abraham and Tony Robbins
Jay Abraham and Tony Robbins talk marketing, business growth, and entrepreneurial success for almost 2 hours at Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery program in Las Vegas. He shares his wealth of knowledge to help you grow and build your business to the next level of success. Get your notebook out and get ready to take lots of notes from this amazing session!


📚Book of the Week

A Farewell to Arms – Ernest Hemmingway

A Farewell to Arms is not only considered the best American novel to come out of World War I, but is the epitome of all things perfect about the Hemingway style. Stark, unadorned prose paints the life of protagonist Frederic Henry, a paramedic serving in the Italian Army, as he attempts to exit the war and fall in love with nurse Catherine. Juxtaposing themes of fear and courage, masculinity and femininity soak into the reader with as much speed as a shot of arsenic. You can’t help but be pulled into this world of bedridden alcoholic soldiers and forbidden love among two so-imperfect people. I won’t ruin it, but this book has one of the most knock-you-in-the-gut endings in all of literature. But the beauty of Hemingway is that he manages to knock us out with a light tap on the shoulder.

That’s it, folks! 

What was your favorite hack from this week’s Behavior Weekly? What would you like to have different in the future?

Remember that I’m here to serve you, so feel free to share with me your most powerful discoveries on Instagram so that I can share them with other Behavior Architects and enable them to grow too.
Just post a story on Instagram with your favorite hack and tag me in it so that I can repost and reply to your story.

Have a wonderful weekend and live your best life!


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