I’ve seen too many guys who get really good at one area of their life, yet every other area is left in a gutter. Your life has many dimensions and you have to learn how to get on top of each one.
Otherwise, your development is lopsided.
You are like this bodybuilder who has a huge overdeveloped biceps 💪, but tiny chicken legs.
So how do you structure your growth in a way that doesn’t neglect other parts of your life?
Think of your personal development the same way you would think about preparing a soup.
You get the list of ingredients required to make your dish (all the self-help information you consume) but you also need a set of instructions for preparing your soup, (the right framework and structure).
You need to know what ingredients come first and what second and the right ratios between them. Otherwise your self-improvement soup will most likely be too salty or undercooked. 🙂
First you need to establish a solid base, some sort of foundation that the rest of your development will be grounded in (more on this in later sections).
Your Life Only Gets Better if You Get Better
I know, I know… you might be asking yourself by now, “who is this guy and why does he think he can tell me what to do?”
Let me answer this question before we move any further…
You see, I was able to transform and completely shed my old self.
The old depressed self that had no idea what he wanted. The old self was confused about women, money, and life in general.
It is now my belief that we should always strive to grow to the best version of ourselves every day. But it wasn’t always the case and my old self didn’t really share that belief – and it would have kept me stagnant & miserable.
I went from being a shy introvert that didn’t know what he wanted in life, to now taking control and being at ease in nearly every situation I encounter.
Old Me vs New Me
See, before I discovered self-improvement, my life plain old-sucked:
- I was addicted to internet porn.
- My diet consisted mostly of Big-Macs and Chicken McNuggets (I used to work there).
- I smoked weed multiple times a week.
- I was heavily addicted to video games.
- On top of that, I always had those painful crushes on girls that I perceived as being “out of my league”.
Fortunately, after being desperate for long enough, I realized that the magic of the internet extends far beyond porn and internet memes.
The moment my girlfriend broke up with me, that was it – I had to do something to deal with the pain and get this thing sorted once and for all. I dug deep into dating, health, psychology, spirituality and many other related fields.
I even majored in psychology to get myself sorted out (that’s a story for another time, but it wasn’t worth it).
Six years later, I find myself in a place that I wouldn’t trade with anyone else in the world.
My life changed for the better and it wasn’t some secret formula or some impossible goal that only the best or the smartest can achieve.
It was just a simple and practical approach that allowed me to navigate the noisy self- help world with ease and come out victorious on the other side.
An approach that I now translated into Self Improvement Roadmap.📍
In the Roadmap, I will share the very best information that I personally tried and tested over the course of my own journey.
Not only that, but those golden nuggets of wisdom have been arranged in a step-by-step guide that will help you confidently move from point A to point B to point C, and so on.
All you have to do is just follow the steps that have been laid out for you.
I can’t promise that it will be easy, but I can promise it will be well worth it.
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