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For awhile I wouldn’t read self help books because it felt like it pointed out everything in my life I am doing wrong. Aren’t self help books supposed to HELP you? It felt like every self help book I was picking up just didn’t stick and I couldn’t find my way out of this hole of depression, anxiety, and negative self talk.
Well then it hit me. In the process of writing my own self help book, I realized something incredibly important.
This is the very reason that self-help books are phenomenal tools to assist you through your transformational process. But this is the kicker: YOU have to do the work.
You have to apply what you learn from the authors. Self help authors are teachers, guides, leaders, and straight up warriors. They have been where you have been and they were able to get out of that dark place by applying what they learned and enforcing the magical power of HABIT in their life- not just for one day, but every single day. Their insights took years of cultivation and now you have them in hand, ready to use. It is pure convenience for your personal growth journey.
“They have the coffee pot and you have the coffee beans. Make some coffee.”
We always encounter experiences that pivot us to pull our attention inward. That is the process of self discovery. We are given experiences in this world that we must work through in order to learn lessons and build character.
The purpose of The Book of Self Love is to help mend the relationship between the you that you are now and the you that you want to become (your best self).
You will gain back confidence and wisdom with an in depth view of human fulfillment. There are over a hundred tools included in this book to help you through times of difficulty so you can maintain self love and become your best self. The separate companion workbook offers a journaling format to put those tools to work and see your results over time.
In The Book of Self Love Workbook apply what you learn with this practical day by day, week by week journal to build self-discipline. Love yourself enough to review your goals regularly. Keep an attitude of gratitude. Journal about your dream life. Practice mindfulness.
You could say I have the coffee pot and you have the coffee beans. Let’s make coffee. I’m sure we could both use the company.