There’s an odd stigma attached to ‘self-improvement’. Usually associated with quick-fixes and Tony Robbins. However, the fundamental basics of self-improvement – improving one’s self – is something that I think does a lot of good for people.
One thing that I think should become common knowledge is how ‘self-help’ can work in different ways for different people. No one thing works the same for everybody, so you must get used to taking in a lot of information and filtering what would actually benefit your life.
That said, The Positivity Blog has written about 5 things you may not know about self-improvement; mostly focused around the idea that it isn’t easy and won’t fix anything quickly.
When you know it will take time to improve a part of your life and have realistic expectations everything runs smoother and you don´t get so impatient and give up before all your hard work really starts to pay off.
Five Things You Might Not (Want To) Know About Self Improvement – [ThePositivityBlog]