Whether your plans for the new year involve getting in shape, eating a healthier diet, simplifying your life, or learning to communicate assertively, we’ve got your back. The courses in this collection will give you the nudge to get started on the right foot … and the motivation to keep going when you’re tempted to give up.
Courses in this collection:
The Art of Monotasking
How to stop multitasking in ten days
Can’t stop opening your email? Do you have more than ten tabs open right now? Are you planning what to cook for dinner while reading this sentence?
If you have answered yes to any of the above, you just might have a problem with multitasking.
A problem? Yes, modern research offers clear evidence that multitasking is far from effective. In this course, you will learn why. You’ll also be given ten simple exercises that will help you stop multitasking and start monotasking.
This course builds on research from behavioral economics, cognitive neuroscience, and behavioral psychology to get you on your way to a monotasking work-style.
Said about the course:
"I love the concept of monotasking! It has changed how I work entirely – I get more done but somehow leave work earlier than before!!"
Updates in weight management
If you want to lose weight, stop caring about calories
We have been told over and over that overweight and obesity are due to a calorie imbalance.
They say that the calories you eat must be equal to those that you use to maintain weight, or less to lose weight.
That means that if you put on weight, it is simply because you are eating too much or moving too little, right?
WRONG! Thousands of persons follow this advice and still the obesity rates continue to grow in the whole world. Something must be wrong in that advice... and I'll tell you what.
In this course, you will learn why the calorie imbalance makes no sense in regards of fat creation and accumulation and what you should do if you want to lose weight.
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Beginner mistakes when getting strong and fit
Learn how to avoid the worst beginner mistakes
The reasons for wanting to get strong and fit are many. Some people want to excel in their sport, some want to lead healthier and more active lives, and yet others simply want to look better naked.
Whatever your reason is, you're bound to make mistakes along the way.
It's so sad and frustrating to see people put in such effort, day after day, trying to reach their goals – only to fail because they lack the right tools. I don't want you be one of them!
That's why I created this crash course. There's no reason you should repeat all the mistakes that I and hundreds of thousands before me already have.
Join today (100% free): get one short lesson per day and learn how to become stronger and more fit over the next two weeks.
Let's Make Life Simpler
Practical Ideas To Simplify Your Life
In this Course, you’ll get 10 practical tips to simplify your life. All advice comes from som of my favorite simplicity legends. Their awesome insights will help you experience the true essence of simple living by applying very easy and quick tips.
My purpose is to share with you more mainstream tips and ideas to help you simplify your life, so that you can find inner peace, joy and freedom. When you eliminate chaos, clutter and complexity, you clear your mind and free up space, time and energy, so that the necessary (the voice of your heart) may speak.
Sign up for free with your email and you are on your way!
How to express your ideas and stand up for your opinion
This is a free course for you who want to:
Learn how to say no without guilt
Express your ideas
Or who just want to stand up for yourself in life, relationships and on the job
Some people have a passive style of communication, some an aggressive and some might even have a passive-aggressive style. The most functional of styles is definitely the assertive way.
This course won’t turn you into the most assertive person in the world, but it’s one small step to learning this way of communication. Sign up using your email and you are on your way!
How to Beat Procrastination
Insights and tools from psychology that will help you get things done
Having a hard time getting started with work that needs to get done? Do you wait until the last moment before you start working? Procrastination, or consciously postponing what should be done today, is less about personal traits than it is about behavior. In the same way that you once learned to always deal with tasks at the last moment, you can learn to act differently. With the help of psychological insights about motivation, rewards, and distractions you can increase the probability of completing your tasks - on time.
In this course, you will receive practical tips on how to change your approach to learned behavioral patterns, as well as how to achieve your goals through a better structure, time management and problem-solving. Getting things done on time doesn’t have to be exhausting - things like coffee breaks, encouragement and friends are some pleasant ways of making your tasks easier to deal with.
This course is based on scientific studies by leading researchers in the fields of motivation, goal setting, and procrastination. You will be provided with exercises and principles of treatment from cognitive behavioral therapy within areas such as stress management and procrastination.
The creator of this course, Alexander Rozental, is a licensed psychologist and a researcher at University College London.
Said about the course:
"The only thing you need to read about procrastination. So many insights, so many useable tools, such a great package!"
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