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Past articles by Darius:

How do people become wealthy? 2 case studies

I know two of these wealthy people. I see them as friends and mentors. In this article, I will share their stories, as they’ve told them to me. → Read More

The mindset of unsuccessful people

If there’s one thing we know about living a good life, it’s to focus on what you control. And doing a great job at anything you do is the best example. → Read More

Does the law of attraction work?

You accomplish what you set out to do, or at least, you’re diligently working towards your goal. But under no circumstance must you settle with mere belief. → Read More

Investing fallacy: ‘You must start early’

Investing is like philosophy. There are a lot of philosophies, and there’s no right or wrong way to invest as long as you’re achieving results. → Read More

12 positive personality traits of effective people

You might have certain natural tendencies. But with the right mindset, you can adopt any one of the above personality traits. → Read More

How to be more decisive in 3 steps

I’ve met people who said they destroyed their lives because of their indecision. You see it with relationships, careers, businesses, and so forth. → Read More

Why I stopped defending my ideas

And you, my friend, can do your own thing. Everyone is different. The problem is that everyone tries to convince us that their beliefs are the best. → Read More

You don't need to sacrifice anything to be successful

Even a simple definition of success like “I want to live life on my own terms” requires work. Every sane person who aspires to live a good life understands. → Read More

Financial independence will not set you free

Stop thinking that your bank account, degree, or job will set you free, my friend. Only you can set yourself free by spending your time wisely. → Read More

Intermittent fasting is not a miracle solution

For the past few years, intermittent fasting has received a lot of positive attention. People present it like a silver bullet. I'm not that positive. → Read More

Want to improve your mental toughness? Try this exercise

Often, people say, “I’ll deal with a setback when it happens.” It’s a better mindset than always worrying about everything that could happen. → Read More

How I deal with anxiety

Dealing with anxiety is an ongoing battle for most of us. It’s not a game or tournament. It’s not like you can beat anxiety once and be over it. → Read More

7 income generating skills that will set you free

There are 7 skills that produce income because they impact the bottom line of an organization. I only stick to skills that every professional can acquire. → Read More

Life is a series of games: only play to win

People who pretend they don’t mind losing gave up on life years ago. I get it. Life is hard and when you lose a lot, you become numb. → Read More

17 hard truths about life I ignored for way too long

When you’re overwhelmed, confused, or lack drive;, return to the basics. Ask yourself: What makes a good life? You’ll find you already know the answer. → Read More

How to break a negative thought loop

if you’re stuck inside a negative thought loop, know that you only have two options: You continue and let it destroy you or you let go and move on. → Read More

Why I stopped being busy

We’re so busy with all kinds of things—work, friends, going out, holidays, etc. But being busy is not a good thing at all. → Read More

Never underestimate the impact of a single rotten apple

When the lazy person is surrounded by productive people, he’ll be inspired to do more work as well. That’s what most of us think will happen. → Read More

Terry Fox: The man who ran 143 consecutive marathons…on one leg

What drove this man? Despite facing terminal illness, Terry Fox did not give up. In fact, he doubled down on suffering, making his pain worse. → Read More

How writing changed my life & career

Everyone can write for a day or two, but very few people write consistently for years. You need to write for a long time to see the actual benefits. → Read More