This Self Improvement page is a collection of ideas, strategies, and techniques I’ve learned in the field of personal development over the past ten years. Personal growth is certainly an important factor when it comes to living a happier, more fulfilled life. Since there is so much information you can learn on this topic, I will take the best of what I’ve learned and provide you with the right tools to help you reach your goals. As I pick up new ideas, I will be sharing them here. If you have any questions or comments about any of the articles, feel free to leave me a comment at the end of the article.
Habit Linking Method – A Simple Trick to Easily Create New Habits
Success Takes Consistent Action – Reminders of Success Part 3
Success Takes Focus – Reminders of Success Part 2
Success Takes Desire – Reminders of Success Part 1
What Motivates Us – The Surprising Truth (video)
Win or Lose? – The Winner’s Mentality
Second Best – When Being Good Isn’t Enough
The Law of Attraction – The Secret Flaw
20,000 Days Left – Time is Ticking Down
How to Fail – Secrets of Self-Made Failures
The obvious: These articles are not replacements of professional advice. If you have any concerns before implementing these strategies and tips, please consult a professional.
Like anything else on this website, the best way to use these ideas is to take action on them. Techniques, strategies, advice, these things are only as effective as you make them. You can read tons of books and still not have your life changed until you actually go there and use the stuff you learned. I have to admit that for years, I would read tons of books and listen to dozens of audio programs only to have my life go nowhere. It wasn’t until I started to seriously apply what I learned that my life began to change.
Self improvement is a life long process since there is always something that you can improve upon. I found it best however, to have a goal in mind, something that you can measure. This way, you can focus all of your energy on obtaining your desired outcome. Just remember to use what you learn. Don’t let knowledge go to waste. As the saying goes, “Use it or lose it.”