Self-Improvement programs are great. Except, there’s not one self-improvement program that will force you to improve. It's like hiring a chef who doesn't cook. Or buying a knife that doesn't cut.
Most people come upon the Self-Improvement community once they find a problem about themselves which they don't know how to fix. Perhaps it's something which their parents forgot to teach them, or even something which their parents still struggle with.
All self improvement is; you behaving in ways which will get you closer to your ideal self.
Sometimes you know exactly how to do this. To lose weight, eat less amounts and better quality foods. To get fit, work out. To make money, get a job, or start a business.
The truth is, Self-improvement doesn’t require any guide, book, course, seminar, or anything of that sort. They are all helpful, sure, but also useless information.
Sometimes you’re not quite sure what’s missing for you to achieve your goals. Sometimes you feel lost; that’s when you get yourself into a self-improvement program.
Self improvement courses remove all excuses. Every step is laid out right there in front of you, you either do it, or you don’t.
A self-improvement program is sort of like having a parent tell you to get back up and keep riding your bike even though you’ve already fallen way too many times.
Self-improvement courses motivate you to show up the next day and try again. If someone else has done it, you can do it too. All you need is the courage to try.
With the help of fellow friends, I created a course on becoming confident. With an emphasis on social confidence. Most of it are things which you used to do naturally as a kid but you’ve forgotten over the years.
Will it change or improve your life? I wouldn’t know. Everything in there improved my own life. If it improves your life, good; if not, just ask for a refund.
If persistence is what you need, self-improvement courses provide that. By showing you more than a single way of overcoming obstacles, you can always try different methods and find out which ones work and which ones don’t.
A self-improvement program breaks things down step-by-step.
Imagine getting out of your house to go to the park and spend some time with nature. It seems like a daunting, useless task.
But when you break it down into simple steps, all you have to do is get dressed.
What seems like a huge mountain to climb becomes nothing when you take it step by step.
Don't forget the 4 steps to living a fulfilled life, Explore, Learn, Meet, and Enjoy.