Self-Help Isn't Helping, Here's What Will
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Self-Help Isn’t Helping. Here’s 6 Reasons Why (and What Will)

Self-Help.

Those words are cringeworthy to some, money in the bank to others, and twitch-inducing to many.

Self-help and self-development have been getting roasted in the public sphere for many decades…but the numbers don’t lie – it’s a 9.6 billion dollar industry. Yes, 9.6 BILLION. Andddddddd that number is getting bigger by the day. So, it ain’t going nowhere.

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Death Ground Strategy: What It Is and Why You Need to Know
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The Death Ground Strategy: What It Is and Why You Should Know

There’s a lot of myths circulating around in society.

One of them is the myth about “Bigfoot” (he might be real, ya never know!).

Another myth is the infamous “Harvard goal study”.

(The above is a slightly shameless plug for my recent post on the best way to set goals *wink wink*)

But you know the most deadly myth of them all?

“You’re young, don’t worry. You have a lot of time.”

I’ve been told this tooooo many times to count and I’m sure you have too.

I wanna spill the beans on something real quick before we go on, though….

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The Indisputable Way To Set and Achieve Goals
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The Indisputable Way to Achieve Goals, Using Psycho-Cybernetics

“Man is by nature a goal striving being…he is not happy unless he is functioning as he was made to function – as a goal striver.” – Maxwell Maltz, Psycho-Cybernetics

We human beings are easily one of the most incredible pieces of creation on this great, green Earth.

We have the ability to grasp objects with our hands and use them how we see fit.

We have the ability to contemplate our existence on this planet and in the larger universe.

We have the ability to strengthen ourselves and engage in self-improvement to assist our evolution.

Most importantly of all, we have the ability to project to the future and shape it to our choosing.

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How to Develop Rock Solid Self-Discipline
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How To Develop Rock Solid Self-Discipline

This is part 3 of a three part series on self-discipline. Check out the others in the series:
Sacrifice and the Altar of FortunePart 1

Pick Your Pain: Self-Discipline or Self-Regret Part 2

How To Develop Rock Solid Self-DisciplinePart 3


“It’s supposed to be hard. If it were easy, everyone would do it.” – Tom Hanks, A League of Their Own

Self-Discipline is the beacon light of humanity.

Everyone wants it. But how many people will become “self-disciplined”?

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Pick Your Pain: Self-Discipline vs. Self-Regret
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Pick Your Pain: the Pain of Discipline or the Pain of Regret

This is part 2 of a three part series on self-discipline. Check out the others in the series:
Sacrifice and the Altar of FortunePart 1

Pick Your Pain: Self-Discipline or Self-Regret Part 2

How to Develop Rock-Solid Self-Discipline – Part 3


“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.” – Jim Rohn

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Radical Self-Reliance
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Gain Radical Self-Reliance and Crush Life, The Emerson Way

Self-reliance: reliance on one’s own efforts and abilities – Merriam-Webster Dictionary

In 1841, Ralph Waldo Emerson published his famous essay, Self-Reliance.

Its basic premise is that each man has been placed here to fill a special slot that no one else can fill. It is his job to figure out what that is. Not even mentioning the vast tide of opposition he has to fight from peers, family, and society when he attempts to do so.

This fact makes it one of the most important pieces of writing ever made in history.

It’s one that you should familiarize yourself with and one that runs in line with a lot of the values I discuss on this site.

In this article, I’m going to break down key quotes from Emerson’s important text and help you apply the super-critical aspect of self-reliance to your own life.

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