Matt Hearnden

Matt is a writer from the UK. He tells personal stories. His writing is often called "refreshing" and "inspirational." But, more importantly, he plays basketball and has lots of tattoos. Find him on  Instagram and Quora.

Posts by Matt Hearnden

How I Learned to Separate Myself from My Self-Talk

“Your mind is always eavesdropping on your self-talk.” I first heard this quote by Jim Kwik on his podcast with James Altucher but I didn’t think much of it. Ironic, perhaps. What I mean is that I thought, “Wow, interesting,”… and then nothing. A couple of months after that, I was listening to another Altucher […]

Real-Life Superhero of the Week: You

Editor’s Note: Every Wednesday, we profile real-life superheroes who have done amazing things in the world, like Walter Cronkite or Stephen King. This week, we decided to switch tactics – and remind you why you are already a real-life superhero, too.  You are a real-life superhero. Yes. You. I don’t think we acknowledge ourselves enough. […]

With Great Responsibility Comes Great Power: The Lesson Jim Kwik Taught Me

“With great responsibility comes great power.” – Jim Kwik If you read the above quote and didn’t think anything of it, then read it again because it’s not what you think it is. I first heard it when I was listening to James Altucher interview Jim Kwik, founder of SuperheroYou. It blew my mind and made […]

10 Small Ways You Can Feel Like a Superhero

I want to feel like a superhero. I like feeling like a superhero. Like I can save someone. Like I’m invincible. Like I have enough inside me to change the world. Don’t you? Of course you do. This is how we can do it. 1. Be judged. I still get scared when I post something […]

10 Things I Learned From My 10 Favorite Superheroes

Iron Man was blown to shreds and then kidnapped by terrorists who wanted him to make his own company’s extraordinarily advanced bomb so they could kill people. Blade thought his mother died giving birth to him. He vowed to take vengeance on all vampires, even though he was a vampire himself, and took a painful […]