Maybe you want a little more out of your life, yet sometimes the problem is that you fall into the average trap, and get Stuck at Being Average.

Sometimes the harder you try the harder it gets, this article discusses the importance of The Backwards Law and The Law of Reversed Effort.

Our minds are programmed to react and to avoid doubt, this is a mental trait called the doubt avoidance bias, yet it can also lead us to make mistakes too.

It’s not my fault has been taken from a series of articles about the excuses that we tell ourselves in life.

Discounting is a cognitive effect that means we often make our decisions without fully realising the value of those choices.

Sometimes every solution to a problem creates a whole new set of problems this is called the Second Order Effect.

This article explains why probabilistic thinking can cause a mental trap that can prevent people from making the changes they need to make in life.

Can your problems pass the wheelbarrow test, are they real things or are they just nominalisations of something you are really doing instead?