The latest edition of Self-Developing Successor includes an expanded chapter on the basics of self-development.
But in the spirit of a quick-and-dirty guide, I decided to tackle the self-education aspect first.
In this episode, I’m going to take a look at some basic self-developing concepts, and then dive into some of the topics that really interest me.
If you’re looking to learn how to self-help your children, or if you’re just looking to get in some free time, this might be the episode for you.
If not, I’d highly recommend the free self-training video series Self-Study.
The self-study series has a lot of great information and advice for new and aspiring self-disciplinesters.
You can find the latest episodes here.
The title of this episode refers to the “first lesson” that a self-learner gives, and the “second lesson” is where the self becomes more self-aware.
This means that a child’s first lesson is always an overview of how to do something, and how to approach the task.
So this episode is not necessarily a selfless lesson for the child, but a very useful, yet very practical lesson.
In this episode I’m looking at some of my favorite self-improvement strategies that have worked for me.
The focus here is to give you the most practical tips to get you started on your own path of self improvement.
I have to confess that I’m not the best teacher when it comes to self development, but the advice here is worth a try.
There are many different methods that you can use to improve yourself, and I believe that this book will give you a good foundation for that process.
If there are any questions you have about the book, feel free to reach out to me on Facebook, or in the comments below.
The book has been updated to include the latest self-awareness training methods and the latest techniques for helping your children with their self-esteem.
I’m sure you’re thinking, I don’t need to be a self improvement guru.
That’s why this book is so easy to follow, and so much fun.
It’s designed to be fun for you too, and you can skip the chapters you don’t care about and skip the lessons that you don-t need to learn.
You’ll also get the advice you need to know how to make sure your kids’ self-confidence improves over time.