Self improvement


Once you know where you are standing, the next logical step is to find ways to become better.

That is why this topic: Self-improvement.

If you want to move on the journey of life, you have to explore ways of personal development. You cannot do without it.

This topic is part of the first pillar: that of Spirituality. I cannot in any way overstate its importance. Simply put, without it, there can be no growth in human consciousness.

The articles I have planned to publish are:

  • The first step of growth: realizing where you are
  • Where do you want to be in the future? Decide now
  • Towards the ideal self
  • What would you say to your younger self?
  • What would you say to your older self?
  • Do you regret of anything you did?
  • Locate your assumptions: the 3-year-old’s technique
  • What do you really want? And what needs to be done about it?
  • Make your gratitude list
  • List all your happy moments in life
  • Your comfort zone: what’s in it and what’s out of it?
  • What would my self 2.0 do?
  • A simple technique: daily review your day
  • Becoming less self-centered

I will publish one article every month on the first Sunday 10 am UTC in this blog.

Stay tuned and don’t forget: “Life is all Around”.

So much talk about the comfort zone. Yet, it still seems hard to get out of it. After all, everyone seeks comfort in every activity. If it helps you grow, why not twist the definition of the comfort zone, at least for you? This article talks about the why and how of redefining your comfort zone.

We all have desires. We all want to become something more. And then something even more. This is natural. We consciously or unconsciously have in mind an ideal self we want to reach and work towards. Hopefully, this article can make this process a more conscious choice.

We all make conclusions about a lot of matters every day, if not every hour. We meet a new person, and within minutes or even seconds we form an opinion and judgment about that person. We draw conclusions all the time, consciously or unconsciously. If we want to grow in the journey of life, becoming aware of our assumptions can be of great help.