The step-by-step Guide for getting the most out of your Self-Development
Choosing what is right for you
Whether it’s your career, a dear relationship or life in general that feels stuck: as soon as you start looking for solutions, you run into an overwhelming number of options.
Perhaps you have already tried some books or practices. But if none yet solved your problems, how to choose the next one from 80,000+ books and hundreds of teachers?
Ending the search logically
Fact 1: no method has proven to work for everyone. Fact 2: every path that works feels uncomfortable at some point, just like the ones that won't work. So... neither your mind, nor your feeling can guide you alone.
In the free e-book below you'll find a clear description of how to let your mind and feelings work together in a way that your self-development efforts pay off - whichever direction you take. It works from the following three principles.
Essential Self-Development Principles
First, clarify your beliefs. Then & only then select an approach.
First, clarify your commitment. Then & only then start practicing.
First, fulfil your commitment. Then & only then evaluate and refine.
Steps to take before any other
It is by first knowing your beliefs and only then selecting an approach that you prevent yourself from falling for something because it worked for someone you know or because an advertisement pushes the right buttons.
Once you have chosen an approach, you commit yourself for a set period or up to a certain stage, to experience it and only to evaluate at the end of your commitment.
Download the free e-book
This is an approach that does not replace books, but makes other efforts and books finally pay off.
The short e-book explains the approach in more detail and how it has proven to be the key to finding the right books and practices for many participants of the former 1:1 "Real You" retreats on Ibiza.
Download it now or take the short test first and find out within 3 minutes what type of books is for you.
“Getting past the self-development phase requires the letting go of what you believe your beliefs should be”
— Richard van der Linde