Why Harrison is different

Harrison has lived experience with social anxiety and has been successful in significantly reducing his symptoms while also breaking free from the “shackles” social anxiety can put on someone. For 8 years, he constantly researched to figure out how to address the issue especially since he didn’t understand why he had social anxiety or experienced symptoms much more often than he’d like. From his research and training, he learned exactly what it is about our psychology that produces physical anxiety and our fight-or-flight triggers and how to systematically find the root cause of a physical anxiety trigger and eliminate/neutralize it. He applied this skill on himself and not only reduced his anxiety levels but also became more confident. His people-pleasing tendencies and struggles to assert himself became easier to overcome. Eliminating his anxiety, which involved him revealing unconscious beliefs he had, gave him clarity into why he wasn’t strong at asserting himself and people pleased. Changing this behavior became easier because, unlike before, he could clearly see why behaving in that manner was due to external “programming” and not a way of being he agreed with or wanted to abide by. In other words, he can see and smell BS from a mile away. From several years of study, experimentation, and research, he is, for the most part, able to be his own therapist. Below are more details on why Harrison is different.

  • He brings a unique set of eyes to the anxiety discussion and psychology space. He holds a Bachelor’s in Science in Computer Science from Georgia Tech and has experience in software engineering and product management. Furthermore, he’s been fascinated with psychology since his teen years. He views this alternative background as an asset that allows him to question assumptions and old ways of thinking that people within the discipline may overlook.
  • His solutions are quick-read distillations of “battle-tested” Stoic and Cognitive behavioral philosophies combined with the personal and unconventional insights he’s used to deal with and overcome his anxiety.
  • He avoids adding “fluff” to his paid products so that readers can get the answers they need as quickly as possible.
  • He prioritizes solutions that appeal to logic and reason and wants his audience to test everything he says with their intuition and understanding. He wants people to do what they believe is in their best interest and to truly understand how to use his solutions to solve their problems.
  • He prioritizes psychological problem-solving over making people feel good for the sake of feeling good. He believes that solving the root causes of psychological problems will produce a greater long-term return on investment in one’s life than just temporarily feeling good.
  • Most of his solutions are low-cost, cheaper than most other anxiety products, and enable those for which therapy is cost-prohibitive to help themselves.
  • In effect, he enables people to become their own therapists, for at least, anxiety.

But you’re not a therapist?


Any breakthrough in science is likely to come from outside the system. “Experts” are the most thoroughly familiar with the developed knowledge inside the prescribed boundaries of a given science. Any new knowledge must usually come from the outside–not from “experts[.]”

Pasteur was not an MD. The Wright brothers were not aeronautical engineers but bicycle mechanics. Einstein, properly speaking, was not a physicist but a mathematician. Yet his findings in mathematics completely turned upside down all the pet theories in physics. Madame Curie was not a MD but a physicist, yet she made important contributions to medical science.

Maxwell Maltz, MD – Author of Pyscho-Cybernetics

I argue that what people want are solutions that work, not certifications, licenses, etc. These credentials make it easier to find who can truly produce results but aren’t fool-proof. Do ALL certified practitioners, regardless of their educational level, produce results for their clients? Like other professions, not all mental health professionals have the genuine desire or skill to make meaningful impact.

I view myself as a problem solver who can help you solve your anxiety problems, but I’ll leave it up to you to analyze my content and background to make that determination for yourself.


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