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  2. I believe David Tian addresses the issue that you are talking about well. Try this video.
  3. I suppose I mean generalist in the sense that your life purpose integrates a diverse set of fields and can be flexible in which ones it includes. Although it being a life purpose, the diverse knowledge is used to achieve a singular purpose. I'm wondering what experience y'all have had with a generalist life purpose like this. Especially in a world that seems to reward specialists who dedicate themselves to one particular and defined field of study. Like business management, psychology, or environmental chemistry for example.
  4. There is a course called iCanStudy which I could share with you, related to this. I believe it is focused more on studying efficiency in college but can still help with overall learning efficiency anywhere. It helps especially in subjects with difficult concepts and interrelated/interconnecting concepts. This includes things like science, business, humanities like economics, political science, theoretical mathematics. chemistry, etc. If you really want to learn topics like these efficiently with a high level of understanding, then this course helps with just that. Beware though, their learning techniques and note taking techniques are advanced and will take time to learn. So far in the course I've been able to see where I'm just memorizing information and have been able to work on my skills of critically analyzing and evaluating information instead (See bloom's taxonomy). I've learned more about how learning itself works too which is great.
  5. What ramifications might this insight have for earth sciences if any?
  6. I recently graduated high school and now I'm a young male college freshman. The dating scene here is unfamiliar to me, and I feel so inexperienced. For more background, I have a more introverted personality, so I really don't meet many new people naturally and haven't had much dating experience yet. This may be the reason why I suffer from what they call oneitis every time I start to like a new girl. This is really a painful process as it never leads to anywhere good, such as unrequited love. I feel like I am dealing with unrequited love right now, which is never fun. I've been trying out clubs and such, but generally I feel that it is such as slow and limited way to meet interesting girls. I don't see how they can provide rich dating options and the opportunity to become more confident in myself. They are small in numbers, meaning that if you can't find anyone you like in a club, then you're just out of luck for the year. Neither is it really a good idea just to sign up for clubs just for this reason. Outside of clubs, I really don't know how to meet girls and other people. I know that other guys may just be interested in hook ups or short-term dates, but I've always been more interested in finding love. While I see that it is useful to gain diverse experience with what kinds of girls are out there, I ultimately would like to find someone out there to be more intimate with. I would like to find someone who appreciates my authentic self and interests, is empathetic, down to earth, intellectual and curious about life, and healthy. Given my situation, I'm wondering how to work on my dating life and dating skills while in college. My general questions are: How do I create a good dating life in college? What might the traps be? How do I find love? How do I meet women with the qualities that I'm looking for? How do I get over oneitis? Edit: I meant the school type of clubs, like "environmental science club". Not the late-night party clubs lol.
  7. He said he is going to make a better articulated version. Might wanna keep track of that, should be interesting.
  8. Im interested in taking a gap year after highschool to figure out what I want to do. I will be graduating this year and I started the Life Purpose course. I would like to use it to develop myself, explore, travel, figure out my life purpose, college or no college, and such. What advice do you guys have? How do I make the most of it?
  9. Hello, so ive been suffering from mild anxiety at night which usually starts very early in the morning. Around 2 to 4am, and usually i am woken up by it right before sunrise or i have to get up to pee at that time. Its really been frustrating me because I loose a lot of sleep from it and I value my sleep a lot. I usually have fearful thoughts about my next day while laying in bed and thoughts about not being able to fall asleep. Im in school so thinking about my social life and school work keeps me up. I also started dating this girl, and I feel that thoughts about this keep me up too. Im trying to relax and let go of these thoughts as I realize it doesnt help to continue them, but i usually get caught up in them anyways. Ive also talked to my dad about this and both him and my grandfather have this same anxiety issue at night. I wrote down my fears when not being able to fall back asleep, this is what they are generally like: -I wont be able to sleep again before sunrise -Im not going to be able to be myself without good sleep and i wont be able to enjoy my day -Too many stressful thoughts -Im resentful of this situation now -The rest is me stressing out about my day ahead and my mind keeping me awake How do I release these fears at night, so that i can get some good rest? Any tips or advice? Thanks
  10. Im not very advanced with spirituality either, but I have a video of Leo's I would recommend if you want to start somewhere with self-love and healing. Its helped me to heal pain and I strongly recommend doing the guided exercise 8 minutes in. It might be hard starting the exercise but please give it patience. Hope this helps.
  11. @Zigzag Idiot I think so, I can feel sort of bad about myself for not working on the goals I set for myself. I definitely dont like it when I lose my motivation to do work on my own things. I think I unconsciously place my sense of self-worth on what Ive been able to accomplish in a day. @Waken That seems about right, I think I do try to distract myself with things. If I have too much free time I end up not knowing what to do with myself often. @Nahm Thank you for your post . Also what exactly do you mean by the goodness of feeling sought?
  12. @ted73104 Im not too sure, I just dont feel like doing much sometimes. Like things loose their value to me for a bit. It could be due to losing sleep, I usually struggle due to my mind running at night. Ill have to journal about it. Sometimes I feel directionless so im taking the LP course to create that direction in life. I do have a few friends that I could talk to about. Atleast one of them is able to relate in some way.
  13. Im not sure where to start, but i have this reoccurring feeling of emptiness that comes and goes throughout the week. Its been going on for the past 4 months or so, its currently been summer off of highschool. I feel like I lose my motivation to do anything and I almost feel trapped by it. The feeling might stay with me for half a day or longer in which i feel empty myself and feel that everything else in my life is empty as well. Some other things that could possibly describe it are boredom, unfulfillment, disengagement. I can't really tell why it comes up. I can feel bad about loosing my motivation and not doing anything useful. This feeling, I cant live with it anymore, like I am trapped by myself. Sometimes I feel afraid and uncertain. Ive been spending a lot of time at home alone since Covid days. It usually feels worst when I am home alone for long periods of time. I also think my sleep is connected to it as well. At night my thoughts can run and keep me up, making me tired and deeping this feeling the next day. And I feel like ive been withdrawing from my friends. Its only when this feeling has been lifted then do i feel like doing something. Only afterwards will i feel ready and energized to work on the LP course, hangout, do projects, and other things. I want to create and aspire to my own visions for my life. The nights are mostly safe, I dont know why, but I usually feel fine during the nights. I notice less feelings of emptiness and I can allow myself to relax. Anyone else have a similar experience with emptiness? Any advice?
  14. @Reciprocality Going to have to contemplate and reread this. Ill see how this applies in my own experience. Big thanks for taking the time to write it!
  15. I had this dream that pointed out a fear that has been holding me back from my Zone of Genius (or from doing my own sort of creative work, its a concept from the book The Big Leap). The dream consisted of me working alongside Leo on to create new content for the channel or something close to that. It was going to be a big job to take on, and i was looking forward to it. Later on dream Leo called me on the phone and said something along the lines of "You wont be working for me anymore. You just think you arent smart enough, you havent broken that limiting belief yet." Im sure ive noticed this problem before, but the dream helped me become more clear about it. Simply put i had been afraid of living in my Zone of Genius due to fearing not being intelligent enough for it. This is nice because I feel more aware and less gripped by the fear. But what do you guys do about your Upper Limit problems? How does one work on them? I know part of finding what you want to do includes working on your own obstacles. Any other tips on moving into the Zone of Genius/Life Purpose? Thanks