Awesome U is a blog that, quite simply, fosters human growth and personal development.
Every school institution teaches you about math, history and science; but how many actually teach you how to be a better human being? How to achieve better results? How to communicate effectively and build amazing relationships that actually work in the process?
What’s that? You’ve got nothing? I thought so.
Awesome U is just that – what the 21st Century NEEDS people to learn, but that no academic institution is teaching – it’s about arming people to go out and face life – and come out on top.
Check out below the people who work tirelessly everyday to bring these Awesome learnings to you!
Specialised in: Communication & Relationships
Andre’s a Life and Relationship Coach with a degree in Psychology, a Master Practitioner’s level of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), TLT (Timeline Therapy), Coaching, a Master’s in Hypnosis and an amateur interest in Quantum Mechanics, a deep-seated love for ice cream and overall indifference to lemon cookies.
Andre grew up in the Algarve, Portugal, where he studied. Despite struggling to decide on a career at first, he was always extremely curious about the human mind and this passion lead him to enroll in a psychology course and for years, he read up and then experimented on the streets with Mentalism and NLP techniques with great results.
His early failures with relationships led him to start a new endeavor while he was studying psychology – he started living a polyamorous lifestyle and applied what he’d learned, perfecting his knowledge about relationships, seduction and attraction. He even travelled halfway around the globe to train in New Zealand and Australia in NLP, TimeLine Therapy and Hypnosis whilst seeing clients there as well and helping them in their relationships with his ever growing repertoire of knowledge and
skills in that area.
His polyamory and constant experimentation amassed him an impressive amount of experience and even greater knowledge and skills in relationships and he is now motivated to help others achieve the same level of success in their relationships as he enjoys in his.
If you’d like some more intimate questions answered, you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Specialised in: Nutrition & Fitness
I grew up in Portugal in a poor family. My mum had me too young, and, most of the time, we didn’t have enough financial resources. Our food was never very nutritionally rich and that caused me to adopt some bad habits and to have a difficult childhood and adolescence. Sometimes, I didn’t even have enough food so I would eat only what I could find or what we could buy and, some other times, when we had more “food”, it was mostly cakes, pizzas, lasagne… That kind of “food”. Some other times, I wouldn’t eat because I thought I was fat and there were also times when I would eat my lunch and my friends’ lunches. So, as you can see, I did make a lot of mistakes and most of them were not by choice. But, because now I have my independence, I can choose what to eat. And I would like to teach you how to be more independent about what you eat, too.
Two years ago, I decided to start eating better to feel better with my body, but mostly, to feel healthy. One day, I went to a nutrition club near my University, and after that, I started having lunch there everyday – the lunch was an Herbalife’s meal substitute, currently the most sold in the world – and I was really happy with the changes I was seeing and feeling, especially in my energy levels, which everyone couldn’t help but notice. My headaches were gone, I stopped having cramps and hypoglycaemia, no more flues or constipation, and had a lot more energy and focus. With so many changes in just one month, I started doing the whole nutrition program. Herbalife Nutrition has been, for me, the best option I could have ever added to my life and, not to mention it is the most reasonable one on the market.
If you’re interested in feeling these changes for yourself, send me an email at email@example.com
Have you ever woken up, one day, and felt like you had a mission? Just a feeling, deep inside you, resonating in your bones, that told you you are here to have a big impact on the world?
Since a very young age, I had that same feeling inside of me, and every time a chance to help someone appeared in front of me, that feeling grew even stronger and I couldn’t help myself but to do anything in my power to make that person happy.
That’s how it has been for me for many years. Though it started with a pretty sad story.
When I was no more than a little girl, my mother used to struggle with depression. She was always so sad and angry, and all I could think of was that, despite my best efforts to make her happy, I never could. Then, one day, it dawned on me: I was going to enter Psychology and learn once and for all how to help my mother and everyone that needed to be a little happier!
And so I went. What I didn’t know at the time was that the decision to get into Psychology was one of the most important decisions I had ever made, especially because of the next decision I would make after that.
After being in Psychology, and seeing how everything operated – the course, the studying, the theories… – I realised that would never help my mother, and neither was it helping me. So I left. And the most amazing thing is: since I left, my whole life turned upside down – for the better.
On the Summer of 2015, the idea for Awesome U was born. And, since then, I’ve been learning how to perfect my relationships and help other people do the same; I’ve become much more educated on what is happening in the world that the media doesn’t tell us; And I’ve learned that, if I wanted to change the world, and touch the heart of everyone that is reading this right now, I would have to become so strong and so knowledgeable that to help people grow would be completely inevitable.
And this is me, and this is my story. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to exchange mind-blowing ideas with me, feel free to write to me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
On a side-note: after over 20 years, my mother no longer suffers from depression. And she wouldn’t have gotten over it, had I stayed in Psychology… Life has its funny turns, huh?