Do you have a habit of starting projects, but not finishing them?
It might be the new business you want to start but you’re halfway working through the business plan. It might be the album which you want to launch but you’re still composing the songs. It might be the book which you want to finish writing but you’re still stuck in the early chapters.
Hey everyone! Many of you might recall our life changing challenge, 30 Days To Live a Better Life, which was conducted a few months ago at the blog. Over 1,200 participants signed up officially, plus more who participated on a passive basis. Every day for 30 days straight in September, we had to do the assigned task for the day…
What do you do every time you read a self-help post? Do you reflect it back onto your life and see how it’s relevant to you? Or do you just click the “x” button and surf away to another page, forgetting what you just read?
Self-help junkies are people who indulge in self-help without action. I’ve come across a number of self-help junkies in the course of my work, which can be classified them into 3 groups. The first group is called the “Observers”. Observers read, acknowledge the concepts, see the merits, are even able to analyze and critique in the theoretical sense, but that’s where it ends.