|04-09-2007, 07:29 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
making some kind of self improvment program using books
hello, i dont have much time, so i would really like to get an answer fast.
im 19 years old, and interested in personal development.
i have(changing in progress) lowe self esteem about my looks, and i also have a little problem with motivation.
i like to buy books, but dont really read them afterwards.
i have those books here:
think and grow rich
awaken the giant within
the power of the subconcious
nlp the new technology
i can really use osme sort of "training program" for x days.
those of you who knows those books, can help me make some sort of training program?
what to read first, what section of a book, what exercises to do? what exercises to do daily?
i find my self lost, with alot of books, but without any true way of work.
daily exercises to boost my self esteem, my motivation, daily exercises that are in those books, that can help me to feel good, in any area.
i just find myself lost, and low motivated to read books, and if i will have some sort of program, for x days(first x days, then we will continue), when i know that in each day i should do x-y-z, i will find it much easier.
real thank you.
|04-09-2007, 11:22 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Dublin, Ireland
I know only the first two books, and it's as simple as this: if you want motivation fast - read Awaken The Giant Within. Once you're motivated enough to feel better, move on to Think & Grow Rich (lots of basic applications of the law of attraction).
|04-11-2007, 04:26 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Montreal, Canada
I agree with the previous post about the order in which to read the books you have.
I suggest you read 1 book and apply the tips and exercises for 1 month. As you read about a habit to change or an exercise to do, do it right away (don't wait to have read all the book).
Once you have done the exercises and applied the principles for 1 month, then move on to the next book.
I have done this with the 1st self-help book I have read 1 year ago (The Success Principles from Jack Canfield) and it really made a great positive impact on my life.
If you have trouble getting motivated to read, get your hands on CD's or MP3's. Most self-help books now have an audio version.
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