Developing a Solution-Oriented Mindset Through Amor Fati

“The blazing fire makes flames and brightness  out of everything thrown into it.” – Marcus Aurelius               “Amor Fati” is a concept developed by the ancient Greek and Roman Stoics. It’s specifically a Latin phrase which means “the love of one’s fate.” We’ve all faced various forms of adversity and come upon different obstacles in our lives. The denial of reality can often stifle our … Continue reading Developing a Solution-Oriented Mindset Through Amor Fati

Overcoming Learned Helplessness

              Life can be difficult. In fact, there’s some people who experience such levels of adversity that they end up developing a sense and belief of learned helplessness. There was some research done through atrocious experimentation in the 1960s that established this fact. I’m going to spare you the details on those experiments (look into them at your own discretion), but essentially it showed that … Continue reading Overcoming Learned Helplessness

What is Coaching?

Coaching is something that’s often confused with therapy. It makes sense; both practices involve someone helping another person solve their problems and work around things if needed, just in very different ways. On top of that, therapy can often be a much longer process that’s oriented towards unpacking the past in a way to resolve present issues. Coaching on the other hand is typically the … Continue reading What is Coaching?

A Humble Opinion

“Perhaps you are overvaluing what you don’t have and undervaluing what you do.” — Jordan Peterson There are only so many things we can be capable of. It’s a concept we’ve discussed multiple times before: nobody is perfect because a perfect person makes everybody else useless. What we haven’t discussed, however, is the idea that we often spend so long looking towards things to gain … Continue reading A Humble Opinion