self improvement and motivation – roundup 1

Well, every week many articles concerning personal development are being published over the web. It is a hard work tracking it all down and handpicks the important ones. So luckily for you, I am doing the work for you… in my roundups I will bring to you the important and interesting article I found on the web. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy them.

So I proudly bring to you this week roundup:

  • Why Career Self-Assessments Matter – the first link for this week goes for Natalie Lundsteen. This is an interesting article about career development. The first step of career development is finding out what the perfect career is for you and what fits you the most. In this article, Natalie gives some resources and tools for self assessment. These resources will help you determine what the best career is for you.
  • Self Image is the Key to Success Let Hypnosis Help – what is the connection between success, failure, and self image? In this article, we are being explained how our self image affects our success in life, and how hypnosis or self hypnosis can help. I am not sure who wrote this article, but I liked it and I hope you will too
  • I was a self-help guru. Here’s why you shouldn’t listen to people like me – “I learned the hard way that the people trying to solve your problems often need help the most.”  For me, the title of the article and this quote is enough of a reason to read this article. In this article, Michelle Goodman, the author of  “The Anti 9-to-5 Guide and My So-Called Freelance Life”, share her own experience and explains the great gap between talking about something and actually doing it. She says “practicing what you preach is really, really difficult”. I really enjoyed the article so go and read it…
  • There are no shortcuts to solving the motivation mystery – how to motivate people to do what we want them to do? Who will solve this mystery? Many have claimed to know the answer to this question by Chris Shaw, in this article explains why there is no magic answer for this question. Chris explains why the common answers are not enough and why there are no “cookie cutter” solutions that fit everybody. So what should we do to motivate people? Read the article and find out.
  • Mo Farah reveals how he got extra motivation to win at Rio Olympics – want to learn about motivation? Go ask an athlete. Professional athlete lives and breath motivations. The ability to motivate yourself over and over again is a necessary ingredient of their success. Read how a promise to his children, helped Olympic champion distance runner Mo Farah, winning.

well, that is it for this week. I hope you will enjoy it.

have you read my article Self confidence – Why we lost it and how to gain it back?