How to Be a Nietzsche Uberman – Living Life in the Present

We all have worries, and most of our worries stem from the past, or the future. We worry about things even when they may not be true, and may never be true. Conditioning our minds to think in the present moment will allow us to eliminate negative feelings.

A Nietzsche Uberman is someone who questions the supposed truths of their lives. To stress about what may have been true, or what may come true is not emotionally productive. Of course life brings unavoidable conflicts that we must deal with. However, to dwell about the future will not be productive for our mental well-being. For example, if I thought I was going to get fired from my job, I could make the necessary steps to get a new job. However, to go home in the evening and constantly worry about it would be unproductive, and unnecessary. Although it may not seem possible, we can control our thoughts, and enjoy the present moment.

You may still be wondering why this concept has anything to do with being a Nietzsche Uberman. Well, Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher who questioned the value and objectivity of truth. When we are convinced, in our minds, that something is true it doesn’t mean that it really is true. In the same respect, even if it is true, we should not allow this potential truth interfere with our happiness. Negative thoughts have the ability to take over our minds, but we can observe, and control our thoughts. We should do what we can, and not worry about what is out of our hands.

Quit Smoking – A New Year Gift to Present

In the New Year one good and great gift smokers can give themselves is to stop smoking and stay quit afterward all year round. You can make the difference this time around in line with your expressed desire to permanently quit smoking.

Starting life and especially the year on a clean slate is worth looking forward to and taking decisive steps to realize in your quest to stop cigarette smoking or other tobacco related products. Whether for business or pleasure, you must realize that indulging in smoking is bad for your health and injurious to loved ones around you.

The earlier you summon courage and boldness to turn a new leaf, stop smoking, call it quits with nicotine addiction, the better it is for you in the long run.

Smoking endangers your health and equally exposes you to risks associated with cigarette additives and nicotine addiction. Kicking the habit is a decision you need to make and adopt by seeking for medical help, counseling and assistance.

What better time other than now to include this in your list of New Year resolutions and get to start right away? It is much easier to develop a harmful habit than putting an end to it. Nevertheless, to quit smoking is better begun than allow procrastination get the best advantage of you.

With all the challenges presented with quitting your smoking habit, it is possible to be clean and totally free from the grip of addiction. Start early and get to enjoy the best the new year can bring living life in good health and a physically fit body.

Starting the New Year on a clean record by putting a stop to smoking permanently is a gift you can present yourself. You can end the habit of nicotine addiction and dependence for a smoke at every given opportunity for good. Visit Here for additional help and resources to achieving your goal and desire in the New Year.

Public Speaking for Entrepreneurs: Are You Winging Your Presentations?

The day of your presentation to the team is looming.

You had intended to spend more time on it. Crafting, preparing, drilling.

You think to yourself ‘where did the time go?’

It is now the night before.

Something else comes up. You think about your topic and you know it well. You think to yourself ‘I’ll just wing it.’

Robert Charles Lee explains this term:

‘”Wing it” (to wing it) is an English idiom meaning to improvise – in other words, to invent a way on the spot (on the fly) to deal with a situation you are unprepared for. In other words, you do the best you can under the circumstances.’

An impromptu approach to preparing for an important presentation. Hmm.

OK. I’m not going to give you a lecture that you need to study before the exam, i.e. rehearse your speech endlessly and have every word memorized…

But! Preparation is necessary.

What I’m about to reveal is that you can go into this presentation with a strategy.

Aside from your charisma and charm. (Bring them along though.)

The strategy can be achieved through one key superpower that lies in you:


Ask yourself: what is my intent for this presentation? Consider how you will connect with and create change in this audience.

Here are 3 ways to turbocharge your Intent:

1. Give value – to your team (audience). There is knowledge and insight that you have and your team do not have. Find an interesting way to deliver this. (Hint: not blah blah blah.) Imagine you are sitting in the audience listening to you. What would make you see the information presented fresh, new and unique.

2. Seek input – from your team. There is knowledge and insight that they have and you don’t. Bring your audience into the presentation through your expert facilitation skills, make them part of it. Eg, if you advise them of a new policy, discuss it, brainstorm their ideas, workshop it. Flesh out what it means both good and bad. Make it fast paced and fun. Challenge them.

3. Grow – together. Use this time as an opportunity to bring your team closer to you, your Vision. Come to a unified front. Done in the right way, they will feel like they have experienced a rush, a thrilling ride.

The trick is to grow your wings, your public speaking wings.

Have the confidence in your speaking to take charge, give and grow.

Imagine… once you have your public speaking wings, you’ll soar the skies with success.

To your excellence in speaking,