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Self-Improvement - Free Books at EBDBreak The Rules: 50 Smashing Ways To Be More Creativeby James Hegarty - Smashwords , 2015Hegarty's detailed analysis provides a foundation for the development of individual creativity. Break The Rules is a loud and effective call to anyone to be more creative. The book gives anyone the tools and confidence to be more creative right away.(550 views)Your Life: The Popular Guide to Desirable Livingby Wilfred Funk - The Kingsway press, inc. , 1937Your greatest asset in the world is your personality. The rich man is unhappy because of the lack of it; the poor man is convinced he would make good if he possessed it. Women realize its golden value, for it more than compensates for any handicap.(1264 views)Productivity for Creative Peopleby Mark McGuinness - Smashwords , 2016If you're excited by the opportunities of the creative age, but worried about the effect of all those interruptions and digital distractions on your creative work, 'Productivity for Creative People' has been written for you.(1018 views)Mind Hackingby John Hargrave - mindhacki.ng , 2015Have you ever wished you could reprogram your brain, just as a hacker would a computer? In this 3-step guide to improving your mental habits, learn to take charge of your mind and banish negative thoughts, habits, and anxiety -- in just 21 days.(3190 views)How to Overcome Procrastinationby Paul Newton - Bookboon , 2014This book provides practical and usable tactics that control and overcome one's tendency to procrastinate. It helps you to identify which of the seven triggers cause you to put off important tasks. You can also pass on these tactics to help others.(1793 views)The Creative Edge: The Art of Making Ideas Workby James Hegarty - Smashwords , 2014How to discover extraordinary ideas and bring them into reality. This book explains creativity as a practical process - the methods and abilities - that applies to any discovery and development situation. It's practical, hip, and entirely real-world.(5054 views)The 25-Hour Dayby Jenna Meyerson - Bookboon , 2013This manual gives practical tips and instructions to help you understand time management. You will discover how to utilise the technology available to you, how to make the most of your own productive cycles, and how to make your life more efficient.(2858 views)Emotional Intelligenceby MTD Training - BookBoon , 2010This textbook introduces readers to what Emotional Intelligence is and how they can improve their own. Being 'bright' is not enough in today's modern society. You need to understand how to manage your emotions and those of others to get on.(5856 views)How to Analyze People on Sightby E. L. Benedict, R. P. Benedict - Roycrofters , 1921The fundamental traits of every individual are stamped in the shape of his body, head, face and hands. From this book you will learn which type of car you are and the main reasons why you have not been getting the maximum of service out of yourself.(8640 views)The Science of Getting Richby Wallace Delois Wattles , 1910The book is about getting rich - not only in terms of money but in every possible way, including relationships and health. The book is quite short and the language is simple. The author doesn't get into philosophies or theories.(20021 views)How to Make a Complete Map of Every Thought you Thinkby Lion Kimbro , 2003This book is about how to make a complete map of everything you think for as long as you like. Keeping a map of all your thoughts has a freezing effect on the mind. It takes a lot of (albeit pleasurable) work, but produces nothing but SIGHT.(11670 views)Interesting pagesMore sites like thisFollow us 2008 - 2018 by E-Books Directory

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Self-Improvement Is Not Just For Young Guys Return Of Kings

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I am writing this article in response to the challenge made by Generation21stCentury a few weeks ago.

Improvement of self must continue up to the moment of death. So much of what has been written here is based on the driving need of young men to develop their skills in order to achieve their goals. Those goals usually include sex with many quality girls, material wealth to enjoy living, and free time to pursue a variety of interests. These are excellent choices and I encourage you to pursue them. This article will show that in most conventionally successful lives there are opportunities for improvement.

I am a 47 year old engineer and project manager. I have worked on industrial mining construction projects all over the world. I owe no money to anyone. I have been married a long time. My five children are almost grown and some are living on their own.

A few years ago I noticed that my few remaining friends in this world were getting divorced. Their reasons were utterly diverse. The end result was always bitter ex-wives, angry ex-husbands, and weeping children. I started looking for reasons and I did not find anything that made sense to me.

I am a farm boy, ex-military, march or die kind of guy. I am acknowledged in my corner of the industry for being that bastard that can turn a construction project profitable if you can stomach the methods. I can make you cry, fire your ass with a smile, and forget your name the moment you are gone. My only regret at the end of most projects is that I wasnt more of a hard-ass. In short, empirical methods that work are king. The final arbiter of success is the scoreboard. Nothing else matters.

Nothing that my conventional Catholic society had to say about divorce made any sense to me, and this filled me with concern. I like my family the way it is. What if there was something I could do to prevent what was happening to everyone I knew from happening to me?

Then, one bitterly cold day at the end of a gloomy November, one of my colleagues rigged up a helium suicide device and killed himself. He was one of the few men I could trust with fire and forget delegation. If he said, Ill handle it, I trusted him. He had worked for me for years and had a promising career. I was the last person he talked to on his cell phone, and in his note he mentioned that he was afraid he would disappoint me by quitting early.

This guy was tall, good-looking, fit, and well off. No bad habits. He vacationed in Brazil, scuba-dived wrecks in the Caribbean, travelled the world, lived alone in a nice apartment, and had everything he wanted when he wanted it. We tried to drink his booze cabinet dry during his wake and we, two dozen men from the heavy mining construction industry, failed. Why did he check out early? Was it somehow related to the other shattering changes my acquaintances were going through, such as the divorces?

His suicide got me thinking and I decided to dig into alternative resources. I broadened my search for information and discovered the corner of the web that this site is part of. Many issues started making sense to me. Why did so many other mens marriages fail when mine was staying strong? Here is why:

I understand that the legal system makes her totally independent and that she can access my income whether I will it or no. But I am the kind of man that she can never replace and thus her hypergamy is satiated. Early in our relationship (before and after we were married) there were several moments where I point-blank told her to comply with my wishes or leave my home. She complied. She is also well aware that I am a vindictive prick that will go to almost any lengths to ensure my will is done. So that makes sense.

But why did my buddy check out? God only knows. I speculate that he felt like a failure for not having a wife and children. He was so blue pill that he felt life-ending grade shame for not being able to sacrifice his life to a woman. He had told me and others several times that he wished he could find a wife and have children. He was awkward with women. Despite all of his advantages, he could not get laid in a whorehouse. So he killed himself rather than keep facing that failure.

The world is actually kind of a big place. And we are very small.

I am what you folks refer to as a blue pill man, an AFC, if you will. I have only made love to a few women when I was younger and now only to my wife. I have little desire to have sex with many different women, my material wants are satisfied, and I have the resources to enjoy my free time. So what does the red pill do for a fellow like me?

My life was not all a bed of roses. I had very few friends. I worked hard for other people. I struggled with erectile dysfunction. My wife had a pretty face I loved, but a chubby body I was not attracted to. I volunteered for churches and other organizations. I accepted these things, even though they made me quite angry, because I thought they were correct. I had been taught, and I accepted, that it was right and proper that I suffer and others benefit, and that I should suffer silently and accept my lot.

What the red pill does is make a fellow go, Well. Fuck that noise.

I thought about what I wanted. I thought about a friend who ended his life rather than face blue pill failure. I thought about missed opportunities and a wasted youth. I thought about a life of ongoing slavery ending in forgetful silence. What did I really want? And I applied my problem solving skills and intelligence to the issue of what I want:

I set out to achieve all of these things two years ago. Most of it is finished. I quit my job, started consulting, and tripled my income. I sold my house and most of my junk and we live in a smaller, cheaper, and less time-consuming apartment. I purchased an airplane and started flying to interesting places regularly again. I started running and lifting weights and am now in the best shape of my life. I moved to a more centrally located city and stopped spending time withparasites. I set my wife up with a personal trainer, go to the fitness classes with her, and now enjoy how she looks. She learned about healthy cooking, we started eating cleaner, and are reaping the benefits. I work less, have far less stress, and I travel regularly to stay in touch with old friends. My dick works much better. My wife is happy. Her eyes shine as she hesitantly caresses my arm and looks up at me with shy pride.

I took a life that was focussed on working for other people and via self-improvement aimed it at working for myself. I have no regrets whatever. Everyone is better off, not just me, but I am the purpose of my life now. I find more information every day that provides me with opportunities to improve.

You young men learn about the red pill, bang the hotties, have fun, and God bless you for doing it. I cannot and will not compete in that arena. I yield that ground. I will take my place in the stands and applaud your victories.

Im going over there now.

You older men need this. Make your life better. Reject a life of thankless servitude and focus on what you want, while you can. Your life may not be perfect, but you can always make itbetter.

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If you think you are not leading a happy life or you only experience happiness on rare occasions, here are some things that may help you live a happier life. You might even realize that what you are doing right

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How Common Is Depression? The following depression statistics present a look at the scope of depression and how it affects adult men and women. Depression Statistics Depression is a common emotional disorder affecting about 7% (13-14 million people) in any

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How To Help Someone With Clinical Depression Clinical depression is one of the major causes of suicide in the United States, and suicide is the third leading cause of death. This means that even if you did not suffer from

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Anxiety Disorder Signs Many of the most common anxiety disorders, such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or Social Anxiety Disorder, are well known. This, naturally, may lead people who suffer with anxiety or their nerves to wonder if they themselves are

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How to Be Okay with Being You: 15 Steps (with Pictures …

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I just can't imagine one thing about me that's good or positive. I really don't know how to find things like this. How do I find them?

One good thing about you is that you are doing introspection. You have identified something about yourself and now you are not only thinking about how to improve that, but also asking for advice. It's a big positive that you are able to say, "If I don't know the answer, I'll ask for advice." That's a start, and it's all you need. You've already proven that there is at least that one thing. The biggest step is to go from 0 to 1. Now keep going. I'm sure that, if you're honest, you'll find at least a dozen positives before the day is through.

I want people to like me for who I am. My friends don't accept me any more, and I feel like I have lost the person I used to be. How do I refresh myself?

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If your friends don't like you for who you are, than they are not your friends. To give yourself a fresh start, figure out what you're good at and what you enjoy and look for new friends who share your interests and find you interesting. Be 100 percent real and be nice to everyone. Be confident and bold.

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Learn the peak performance secrets that Tony Robbins has used to transform the world class business leaders, athletes and entertainers. Imagine you are no longer controlled by fear and limitations, how would your life be different? What goals and dreams would you set to achieve?

Knowing what you want is important, but having the right strategies and mindsets to get from where you are to where you want to be is crucial. On this day you will learn how to condition for success, how to develop a clear target and master the powerful skills necessary and utilize your potential and resources to achieve your goals.

Learning how to model the best strategies to get consistent results that you desire is what this day is about. You will also learn to replace limiting beliefs with empowering beliefs and create triggers to get you follow through your plans.

Your health and energy are the most important factors when it comes to mastering your life and achieving success. However, we often neglect this. On this day you will discover the psychological and nutritional strategies to increase your energy and boost your immune system and experience the vibrant health and energy that you deserve.

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A belief is a feeling of certainty about what something really means to you. When you say you believe in something, it means you feel certain about it. Human behavior is belief-driven and our beliefs control our actions. All beliefs carry with them consequences. If someone does something, they have a reason or reasons, even when they don't know it consciously.

These 3 beliefs are very important to have when you want to create lasting change. They are:

#1. Change is a MUST

You have to believe something MUST change, not something SHOULD change. If you say you should change something, chances are it will never happen. When you should do something, you only do it when it's convenient, and you don't do it consistently. Change has to be a total absolute MUST.

#2. I must change it

You must be responsible for your change. For example, you want to lose weight and get fit, you cannot hire someone to do it for you. You must be the one who do it. It cannot be based on someone else. Here's what you need to say to yourself: "It must change and I must change it."

#3. I can change it

If you don't believe you can do it, you will not put all your energy and effort to get the result because you think it will not work. For you to really get the results that you want, you must believe that you can. Image you want to go to a different city that you've never been to and your belief is like the map. Let's say your map is wrong and it guarantees that you will never get to your destination. Will you get to your destination? Of course no. So having the right belief is like having the right map to get to your dream destination.

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Self-improvement is a journey. A pleasant, exciting and rewarding journey; and its taking you from the acorn to the oak tree, from the brook to the river, from a blank canvas to a masterpiece: the best YOU.

Because you are here, I guess, you already started your self-improvement journey, or you have a strong desire to do so.

Either way, you have made the first step, and that counts the most because this first step is the moment when you realize how amazing you can be, how beautiful and fulfilled your life can be, how great, rewarding and inspiring can be your contribution to a better world.

When your boss, your friends or whoever else is changing around you, your life is pretty much the same. When you are changing, then, your life is changing.

You grow and become extraordinary in life by accomplishing the most ordinary things.

Be like a river that starts its journey from a shallow brook and ends it into the deep ocean, or an acorn that becomes a majestic oak tree.

Allow yourself to become whoever you want to become.

If there is destiny, know that it has more than one version, and it is up to you which version of your destiny you get to live. Your desire to improve yourself is setting the course and the pathway of your destiny.

Your life belongs to you.

Are you living up to your potential?

Are you living the best version of your destiny?

Are you putting forward the best you?

Life is a gift. A gift that only a small minority of seeds receive.

Self-improvement is about honoring that gift; making the most out of it, building a happy, prosperous life and contributing to the well-being of others along the way.

We are living amazing times; your personal growth can make a change not only in your life but also can be powerful motivation for others.

Join us, so you dont have to walk alone in your journey.

On selfimprovement.org you can find in-depth information and self improvement tips.

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Allow us to walk with you on your journey to self-improvement, success and become the best version of yourself.

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By Remez Sasson

Nowadays, there is a growing interest in self growth and self improvement techniques. There is a growing number of books, articles and websites dealing with these topics.

It seems that people are turning within them, to find the solution to their problems. They seek knowledge, techniques, workshops, lectures, and teachers, who can show them the way.

People are beginning to understand that self improvement and self growth can improve the quality of their lives.

The process of inner change requires inner work.It is not enough to read articles and books. You also have to practice what you read. Inner change requires motivation, desire, ambition, perseverance and dedication.

When you starting with a self improvement program, it is common to encounter inner resistance that comes from your old habits and from your subconscious mind, and also resistance and opposition from the people around you.

The desire to change, build new habits and improve oneself must be strong enough to resist laziness, the desire to give up, and the fear and ridicule of opposition from family, friends or colleagues.

A simple techniqueLet me tell you something about myself. I have been attracted to self improvement from an early age, and have regarded it as a source of inner strength and happiness, and a way to a improve my life.

One of the most useful techniques I discovered, was a simple, but very effective technique. It consisted of watching how people behaved and acted in various situations, and then looking inside myself, to find out if I behaved in the same way under the same conditions.

When I saw people with certain traits of character, or a certain kind of behavior that I did not like, I examined myself to see whether I possessed them too. If I did, I visualized and rehearsed in my mind a different sort of behavior. In my mind's eye, I saw myself with the opposite traits of character.

I visualized myself in various situations, in which I manifested the new behavior.

When I encountered traits of character or behavior, which I liked, I used to think about their advantages and benefits, and about their importance in my life. Here too, I used visualization and affirmations, and endeavored to enact them in my daily life.

In this way, I learned and benefited a lot from the behavior and actions of the people around me, at work, at home, on the street, and everywhere else. It was never for the purpose of judging them or taking advantage of them, but for learning how to act, react and behave in a better way.

This process had another benefit. It increased the knowledge and understanding about how the mind and thoughts influence the behavior and actions of people.

1. Look around you and watch how people behave in various circumstances. Watch the people you meet at home, work, at the supermarket, on the bus, train and on the street. You may also watch and learn from people being interviewed on TV.

2. Watch how people talk, walk and react, and how they are treated by others.

3. Pay attention to the way people use their voice and how they react to other people's voices. Watch how you feel and how you react when people shout, or speak softly. Watch what happens when people get angry, restless and upset, and what happens to you and others, when they are calm and relaxed.

4. If you do not like what you see, analyze why you do not like it, and then analyze your own behavior to find out, whether you behave in the same way. Be honest and impartial in your analysis.

5. When you discover that you possess some of these undesirable traits of character and behavior, affirm to yourself often that every time you catch yourself indulging in these traits or behavior, you are going to be aware of them, and do your best to avoid them.

6. Play in your mind a mental scene of how you would like to behave. Repeat it several times a day, every day.

7. When you detect in someone a sort of behavior or character traits you like and desire to possess, try to act in a similar way. Here too, visualize several times each day a scene, where you act and behave in that different way.

8. Think and visualize over and again in your mind how you would like to act and behave. Constantly, remind yourself of the changes you desire to make, and strive to act according to them. Every time that you find yourself acting according to your old habit, remember your decision to change and improve, and act accordingly.

9. Do not be disappointed or frustrated if you do not attain fast results. It does not matter how many times you fail or forget to behave as you desired. Persevere with your efforts and never give up, and you will begin to see how you and your life change.

About the Author

Remez Sasson is the founder of Success Consciousness website. He is the author of articles and books, teaching how to develop and use the skills, mental tools and inner powers one needs for creating a life of happiness, success, fulfillment and inner peace.

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Continuously Improve Yourself!subscribeunsubscribe96,807 readers

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Posts should generally fit the "self improvement" mindset. You should be discussing or asking about something you'd like to personally improve, or offering tips and advice on how others can improve their lives.

No photos, links or videos allowed in posts or comments.

No self-promotion or advertising. The best way to promote your blog, website, or services is to purchase an ad in the subreddit.

Please do not ask for, or give away any personal information regarding yourself, or another user.

Be sure to be civil. We're all here to discuss our own personal self improvements, not to bash each other.

Posts may be removed without warning for violation of these rules.

Have some feedback for us? Is your post not where it belongs? Be sure to send us (the mods) a message if there is anything we can do to make your experience here better.

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Finding your tribe – Claremore Daily Progress

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When it comes to self-improvement, there's something people don't seem to talk aboutit's not just about you.

Before self-improvement, there's a moment. An "enough is enough, I'm making a change," moment.

The way I see it, self-improvement is just being humble enough to accept the knowledge, help and support of other people.

It's about surrounding yourself with people who inspire you to be better, people who show you the tools to achieve your goal.

If the goal is mental improvementyou return to school, join a book club, or seek out a teacher.

For spiritual improvement people often seek fellowship of similar believers.

If the goal is physical improvement, you seek out a gym or trainer and read articles on nutrition.

When it comes to physical improvement, people always ask me the same thingHow did you do it?

The thing is, I didn't.

I was lucky enough to find my support systemmy tribe.

I've lost 110-pounds. But I didn't do it alone.

While my tribe couldn't do the burpees for me (unfortunately!) they could sure do them with me. They answer my questions, push me that last mile and inspire me to do one more rep.

They're as proud of that 110-pounds as I am.

My coach corrects my technique, keeps me from getting hurt and reminds me of how far I've come.

My best friend is always willing to commiserate on how much we hate running (A lot. We hate it a lot!) and how much we hate kale (Also a lot!).

She will let me complain about how heavy the weight is, just so long as I keep lifting it while I complain.

Losing weight is a lot of workbut doesn't feel as hard when you're not the only one working.

I've tried every diet out there.

I've done the soup diet and all the cleanses.

Every weekend I would tell myself change started Monday.

Every "quick fix" diet pill on the market, I've tried. They all make big claims and promise spectacular results and I believed them. When one didn't work, I'd work my way down the shelf to the next one.

I failed. Every time. Over and over again, I failed.

I didn't know what I was doing wrong and every morning when I looked in the mirror and saw the same thing, I felt like change was impossible. It was something other people did.

Turns out, success is more attainable when you accept help along the waymore enjoyable when you have people to celebrate it with.

Later, someone shared a quote with me: "You can't be your best self until you find your tribe."

In my tribe, there are those that take a "tough love" approach (looking at you, coach), those who are constant cheerleaders, and those who silently come alongside me and remind me I'm not going it alone. There are those who, when I am struggling, I can look across the gym to for instruction.

Sure, theres a certain amount of personal responsibility required (even my tribe doesnt follow me around to slap the french fries out of my hands).

But, theres comfort in knowing you have support.

September is National Self-Improvement Month. If you havent already, let this be the month you accept knowledge, guidance and supportthe month you find your tribe.

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Self-improvement just a click away – The Star Online

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Happify (iOS)

It is said that happiness is within us and not something that should be sought after.

But sometimes, we need to change our paradigm and take our mind off negativity and stress, and with the advent of smartphones and technology, apps like Happify help us do just that.

It is a free basic app with in-app purchases available.

The app has mood-boosting activities and games to cheer you up.

You can set specific goals, learn about mindfulness and learn to breathe easily.

But remember, this app is only purported to help calm your nerves and bring positivity into your life, so it should not replace advice from a medical professional if need be.

Coach.me (Android, iOS)

Setting goals and fulfilling them is not as easy as it sounds. Coach.me functions as that extra motivator in your life to observe your progress and celebrate the milestones you have achieved.

For procrastinators like myself, this is like a virtual nag on my phone to get things done today. It also has a community feedback feature, like an accountability coach within the app. You can track your daily, monthly and yearly progress too.

Productivity Challenge Timer (Android, iOS)

I see this as more of a time managing app than anything else.

For example, the shortest session you can set is 10 minutes, where you are not supposed to be interrupted.

The developer created this app to help people work harder, but not necessarily to validate peoples goals.

With my short attention span, this is a fun challenge for me to stick to something and finish it.

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