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Behavior Weekly #14 – Fortes Fortuna Adiuvat

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Happy Tuesday!

Below you will find this week’s version of my newsletter “Behavior Weekly”, a list of things that I feel will make your life better. Happy pondering!

🤯Quote Of The Week

“Above all, don’t lie to yourself. The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or around him, and so loses all respect for himself and for others. And having no respect he ceases to love.”
–Fyodor Dostoevsky

💻New Podcast Episodes

The 24th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Marcus Kowal, fighter, entrepreneur, activist, and author.

What is this Podcast about?

  • How to infuse suffering with meaning
  • How to mourn
  • How not to mourn
  • How to use pain as fuel
  • How to deal with loss
  • What to do when adversity hits you in the face
  • Relationship adversity secrets
  • What successful couples have in common
  • How to heal through meaning
  • How to stop messing up your own relationships

The 25th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Dr. Dorothy Holinger, Harvard psychologist, author, and grief expert.

  • How to cope with the death of a loved one
  • How to mourn
  • How not to mourn
  • The anatomy of grief
  • Dr. Holinger’s story
  • What to do when a person you love is in grief
  • How to infuse suffering with meaning
  • What most people don’t get about grief
  • The consequences of the covid-situation for grieving rituals

The 26th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Kevin Carroll – serial author, instigator of inspiration, and creative catalyst.

  •  Kevin Carroll’s journey of becoming
  • How to become a high performer
  • How to use play in order to change the world
  • What Kevin Carroll learned from working with people such as Oprah, Bishop Tutu, or Kobe Bryant
  • The importance of recovery and leisure
  • Kevin Carroll’s friendship with Paolo Coelho
  • How to collaborate with the smartest people in the world
  • How to stop being an overworking grumpy idiot.
  • The dangers of workaholism
  • The importance of rituals

The 27th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Tom Butler-Bowden, a best-selling author, educational entrepreneur, and world-leading authority in the field of personal development.

  • Tom Butler-Bowden’s journey of becoming
  • What he learned from studying the most successful individuals of all time
  • How to write a best-seller
  • The power of long-term thinking
  • How to find one’s life purpose
  • Commonalities of the greatest thinkers of all time
  • What he learned from Carl Gustav Jung
  • What he learned from reading and condensing the best books of all time
  • Advice for people who want to live a nobler life
  • His ideas on good and evil
  • The importance of truth, beauty, and conscience

📺Video Of The Week

How To Become Successful by Daniel Karim & Tom Butler-BowdenTom Butler-Bowden (best-selling author, educational entrepreneur & success expert) sits down with me in order to talk about his journey of becoming, his relationship with the greatest thinkers of all time, what it’s like to sell 500.000 books, and what kind of advice he would give to people who want to become world changers.

This is my first video podcast.

I shied away from speaking in front of the camera for years because I did not feel confident enough to do so.

In my last interview with best-selling author Nada Lena Nasserdeen (will share that with you in next week’s newsletter) I learned that my work is not about me, it’s about you. ´

I am not here to get but to give and if this requires me to make a fool of myself – so be it.

So, in spite of my imperfect English and my big nose, I will do my very best in order to bring you guys videos, content, tools, books, and technologies that will make your life better.

It’s my dream to help 1.000.000 individuals to live a more meaningful life in the next 3 years and I won’t let my narcissism interfere with my desire to serve.

This means that you can expect many videos from me on Youtube about personal development, psychology, and character improvement.

(Right now I have 85 subscribers, it would be awesome if you would subscribe to me so that we can reach that magical 100 benchmarks?! Let’s build a community of world-changers!)

📺Book Of The Week

Thoughts To Build On M.R. Kopmeyer This is a book of Thoughts to build your Life on. It is a unique book. It is the purpose of this book to stimulate constructive thoughts, to give your thoughts improved direction and greater substance to provide the kind of motivational thinking which will enable you to deal successfully with people and problems.

🧠Psychological Exercise Of The Week

The Success Contract In this exercise, you are going to tap into the power of accountability and get somebody else on board to help you follow through with your goals.

This worksheet is a success contract.

Cut it out, fill it out with your most important goals and find a contract partner to review your results at a specified date, and make sure both of you sign it. You know, your journey is serious business.

Apply For A 1-1 Behavior Strategy Call With Me

Do you feel stuck? Are you tired of having the same problems in your life? Are you interested in finding out how behavior architecture can help you to produce the desired life results that you are currently longing for?

If so, schedule your exclusive 30 minutes behavior strategy call with me now by clicking this link.

In each call, we will investigate the quality of your life, analyze your behavior, and articulate a first action step towards your ideal future.

The behavior strategy calls are very limited due to their high demand and I only have the capacity for 7 strategy calls a week.

My articles and emails are read by thousands of people, so be quick and secure your spot so that I can help you to help yourself.

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