Last Chance to Join The Simplicity Course

by Henrik Edberg

Just a quick heads up today.

I will stop selling the first course I created – The Simplicity Course – in 5 days, at midnight EST on Friday the 25:th of April.


It is time to make room for new premium programs.

And although I still think The Simplicity Course is a very helpful course it is also spread over many areas of personal development like simpler thinking, social skills, losing weight and becoming more productive.

At this point I want to create more focused programs like the step-by-step courses I have created during the past two years and will continue to do as this year unfolds.

So if you want to join The Simplicity Course now is the time because on Saturday the 26:th of April it will no longer be for sale:

Click here to learn more about the Simplicity Course

Thank you to everyone who has joined the course over the past 4 years and to everyone who emailed me and told me how it helped you out.

29 Inspiring Procrastination and Productivity Quotes

by Henrik Edberg

You know what you want to do. You certainly know what you need to be doing.

But you’re off somewhere else.

Because procrastination has once again swept into your mind and actions.

And so you escape.

Onto Facebook, into a video game or a movie or simply by doing easier and less important tasks.

I am no stranger to this. I have been there hundreds of times, especially during my early twenties when I was I college.

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How to Stay Positive: 11 Smart Habits

by Henrik Edberg

“Having a positive mental attitude is asking how something can be done rather than saying it can’t be done.”
Bo Bennett

“To avoid situations in which you might make mistakes may be the biggest mistake of all.”
Peter McWilliams

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
Anais Nin

One of the very first things I started to work on consciously with my own personal development was to improve my outlook on life.

It was over 10 years ago that I started to delve into this topic and to step by step – and while sometimes tumbling backwards – build a more optimistic outlook.

An attitude that would over time become more and more stable so that I could not only look at the world in a positive way during good days. But also so I could stay positive and constructive even during tough times and keep working towards something better.

In this article I’d like to share 11 of the best, smartest and most effective habits for doing so that I have learned during over more than a decade.

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How to Stop Catastrophizing and Start Living a Happier and More Relaxed Life

by Henrik Edberg

“Do not anticipate trouble, or worry about what may never happen. Keep in the sunlight.”
Benjamin Franklin

One of the most destructive daily habits I carried with me for a long time and I think it is a very common one for many people was the thought habit of catastrophizing.

This is when you build up a nightmare scenario of how everything could go totally wrong in some situation and imagine a big catastrophe in your mind.

You may have a presentation tomorrow and your mind starts to pull up a scenario where you have left your notes at home, you make a fool of yourself, you are embarrassed in front the whole company and your boss yells at you for 20 minutes after the meeting.

Scary stuff for sure.

So how did I learn to handle this one?

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