I don’t know what caused me to start writing this blog.

Initially I think I was inspired by the quote “Write the book you want to read”.

Instead I decided to write the blog I wanted to read: Lifelessons.co

What is Life Lessons about?

  • Critical thinking
  • Personal development
  • Spirituality

How many people do you personally know that have become millionaires or billionaires by using ‘The Law of Attraction’, ‘The Secret’, or by ‘buying low and selling high’ and ‘timing the market’?



Me neither.

The problem with too many books, blogs, podcasts and videos is that you have to wade through too much crap in order to get to the good stuff. (If there actually is any).

I hate that. I’m impatient and want to get straight to the good stuff.

I want to read a blog with all the crap cut out.

No ads.

No click bait.

No fluff.

No hype.

No lies.

I want only the irrefutable and undeniable, the diamonds and gold, the very best of the best, and I want you to have it too.

I’m not interested in what could, should or might work. I’m interested in what DOES work 100% of the time for anyone, anytime, anywhere, for any reason.

The way I see it: It either works or it doesn’t. It’s either effective or it’s not.

If it works why aren’t we using it to achieve our goals and succeed?

If it doesn’t why are we wasting even one second of our lives talking about it?

My aim for lifelessons.co is that EVERY article should be a MUST READ. I don’t want to write a bunch of boring useless generic crap and I don’t want you to have to read it. I want deep dives into each and every subject and for you to have multiple breakthroughs and insights in each article.

This blog is a work in progress. Constantly evolving, improving and getting better. I don’t ask you to believe anything you read in lifelessons.co but I do invite you to test it out and experiment with it yourself to see if it works for you.

The information in lifelessons.co has come from a variety of sources: personal development/self-help, scientific, spiritual, some of the greatest minds that have ever lived and from my own personal experience. Some of it is ancient and some of it is modern and cutting edge. Most of it however is timeless and unchanging and I think that is generally the best stuff.

I wish I had access to something like lifelessons.co when I was in my teenage years and twenties. It would have helped me so much and saved me thousands of hours of time, money and effort.

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” – Benjamin Franklin 

I’ve tried to do both. Live a life worth living, and I hope, write a blog worth reading.

Welcome to lifelessons.co!