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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

“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.”

―  William Shakespeare

💻Article Of The Week

The Habit Batching Technique 

In this article, you will learn about a technique that will teach you to reinvent yourself overnight.

What is this article about?

  • A story about my stay in the psychiatry
  • The habit batch technique
  • How to identify your ideal future
  • How to identify your ladder of success
  • How to create new routines quickly

💻Podcast Of The Week

My interview with Robert Taibbi 

The 22nd episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features therapist, pioneer, and serial author Robert Taibbi.

What is this interview about?

  • What he learned from 46 years of helping people to help themselves
  • How to repair a broken relationship
  • How to overcome a break-up
  • How to find out if your partner is the right one
  • Overcoming childhood trauma
  • How to escape the runner chaser dynamic
  • How to stop messing up your own relationship

📺Video Of The Week

Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies. 

A chance encounter with members of the Ku Klux Klan led black musician Daryl Davis on a quest to determine the source of the hate. His unorthodox, yet simple approach, has wielded surprising results and just might be the solution for all racial discourse.

📺Book Of The Week

Veronica Decides To Die by Paulo CoelhoTwenty-four-year-old Veronika seems to have everything — youth and beauty, boyfriends and a loving family, a fulfilling job. But something is missing in her life. So, one cold November morning, she takes a handful of sleeping pills expecting never to wake up. But she does — at a mental hospital where she is told that she has only days to live.

Inspired by events in Coelho’s own life, Veronika Decides to Die questions the meaning of madness and celebrates individuals who do not fit into patterns society considers to be normal. Bold and illuminating, it is a dazzling portrait of a young woman at the crossroads of despair and liberation, and a poetic, exuberant appreciation of each day as a renewed opportunity.

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