The bridge from who you are to who you want to be.
Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to take the reins of your psychology!
But, of course, you're going to fail.
No matter how much intention is behind your decision to improve, you’re going to fall off the wagon. You’re going to lose track of what you need to do, regress to old ways, then convince yourself it’s not that big of deal.
It’s okay, we all do it. Regression is inevitable when we do the difficult work of managing our psychological issues.
Emotions are the ultimate challenge. When we learn to work with them, any potential for tragedy disappears.
I get it. You don’t want to talk with anybody. You only want to read about self-improvement in secret and not ask for help. But it doesn’t take intelligence to change, it takes courage. This is a lesson I learned the hard way.
Like any guy in his 20s who was serious about personal development, I read a lot of books on how to be successful. I set goals and wrote them down. I created a daily schedule with various routines. Life hacking was my copilot.
But I kept getting thrown off track.
By what? I had no idea.
I kept making excuses and getting down on myself when success wouldn’t come as fast as I wanted, which it never does.
My will power couldn’t keep up with my desire.
I wanted to think this was because I was being hard on myself—like I was trying to do too much. But that was another excuse. The truth was, I lacked proper stabilization. I lacked regulation. I lacked a foundation of emotional maturity on which I could build success.
It wasn’t until I began talking with people about what was truly going on and getting honest about my struggles and values that life started to get better.
I went to meetups for activities I didn't care about. I went to group therapy for issues I didn't have. I talked with priests even though I'm not Catholic. And I attended a youth outreach at a Synagogue even though I’m not Jewish.
Hey, I was desperate.
These were steps in the right direction but none of the groups could help at a fundamental level because they didn't have the proper resources—the psychological resources that could only come from years of study that culminated in the unification of the field of psychology.
It's only when I combined a reinforcement group with the theories of Animus that magic started to happen.
Procrastination went away. I didn't make the commitment to stop procrastinating... it just *happened.*
My authenticity with girls skyrocketed, which allowed me to connect with them on a much deeper level. Relationships made life less stressful and more meaningful. I didn't learn any lines or tricks... it just *happened.*
I developed a better relationship with my bosses and professors. I reached out more and communicated more clearly. I didn't learn this from a success manual... it just *happened.*
The stabilizing power of a group, combined with the understanding of human psychology, is the crux of transformation. It has always been the crux of transformation, and Animus Group is its most advanced iteration. It is that which bridges the gap between where you are and where you want to go.
This is the point of Animus Group, a hub that offers the necessary reinforcement to fully get in touch with and so manage our emotions.
Recap and price
- 30-minute introductory call to break down your current state and discuss specific goals.
- Weekly livestreams in which I address and summarize issues from the week and answer your questions in real time.
- “Office hours” from 1 pm to 3 pm EST every weekday (subject to change).
- The private Facebook wall to foster discussion amongst the members plus whatever additional thoughts I may have.
- 60-minute group therapy sessions for an extra $15 (price subject to change).
- The option to do a 30-minute consultation for an extra $50 (price subject to change).
- Get access to everything above for $50 per month (price subject to change and cancel at any time).
I could triple this price and halve the benefits and you still wouldn't be able to find this much direct contact with a therapist for this little money.
Besides, most therapists are flat-out a waste because they haven't taken the time to figure out what psychology even is.
Why offer such ridiculous value? Because I care. Also I'm making a name for myself and my ideas.