Category Archives: Social Growth

Social Growth focusses on the people around you that allow your personal growth. Personal growth is impossible without social growth. You need friends, family, partners and colleagues who help you.

Sorry, You‘re Not Special And You Need To Read This

At the time of writing, there are 7.6 billion people on Earth. About 360,000 humans are born every day. And the population will only rise. It has been estimated that by the year 2100, the population will grow to 11.2 billion people. You are one of the billion people living on this planet right now.…

We are all so damn afraid of solitude

Spending some time alone In those times when we are not with other people – friends, partners, family – what do we do? How do we usually spend this ‘alone time’?  <img src=”https://i0.wp.com/wolkify.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/pexels-photo-248021.jpeg?w=1400&ssl=1″ alt=”” scale=”0″ class=”ui-sortable-handle” data-recalc-dims=”1″> For most of us it will be one of the following activities: being on the phone; being on…

Developing Groundedness

becoming grounded

One of the many great things about personal development is that you usually start seeing results quite quickly. They might not be big, life-changing results at first, in fact no one other than yourself might even notice them. But you do and that is what keeps you going initially. In almost every area of self-development…

From Russia with love: about my trip to Tallinn, St. Petersburg and Helsinki and why travelling is essential for being an educated cosmopolitan

For me, travelling is without a doubt the best possible way to spend spare time and money. There is nothing that compares to it. One of the greatest advantages of globalization is cheap and unrestricted travelling. It is a privilege we have nowadays, a privilege people should make use of as much as they can.…

Love is all you need… or is it? How social conditioning teaches us to fall in love too easily, too soon and for the wrong reasons

One of my favorite movies is ‚Love…actually‘. I admit I have a weakness for romantic comedies, and this one has everything a good romantic comedy needs: dramatic gestures, Christmas miracles, fucked up rock stars, and- of course- Hugh Grant. It is part of my yearly Christmas routine to watch that movie and I enjoy it…