What self help and self improvement topics interest you most?
Frankly, many self-help and self-improvement topics don't interest me at all. I think the whole self-improvement thing has been done to death. I don't read most of them, finding them too general and unrealistic. As a practicing Christian however, I will read articles on how to be a better Christian in specific areas. These kinds of topics are less self-centered and focus more on improving my relationship with God and others.
I think any subject that encourages someone to be a better version of themselves is worthwhile and it interests me. I am always trying to learn ways to be healthier body/mind/spirit and I have a natural curiosity that makes me want to try new things. I have greatly improved my life with many self-help techniques. When I was learning meditation for example, I would often use guided meditations or self-hypnosis recordings to relax.
I am a firm believer in Universal Laws - not the mainstream "secret" that distorts the laws into materialism as much, but the truer versions that focus on self-awarness and empowerment that sort of thing.
I also love natural health topics, nutrition, alt medicine etc.
Methods to use in your home or work to improve your performance. How to get out of your shell and achieve your dreams. Methods against procrastination. Etc.
by mindonedig7 years ago
I see lots of categories, but not a single one refers to self improvement. This is a huge industry, worth over $20 BN and hubpages has just ignored it completely. This category needs to be added in urgently. Sub topics...
by sofs7 years ago
Don't you think self improvement by itself should be there on the topics list
by Donna6 years ago
Where to start for a rapid self improvement plan?
by Luis E Gonzalez6 years ago
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