Change is hard. Especially change in yourself. How many goals have you not hit? How many weaknesses persist no matter how hard you try to improve them? How many bad habits just won’t go away? How many good habits fizzle out?
I’ve been there. It can be such a slow, frustrating process.
I used to hate anything related to “self-help.” It all seemed like woo-woo, feel-good nonsense that wouldn’t actually do any good.
However, after 9+ years of studying and researching neuroscience and all the amazing ways that our brains can change, I gradually realized a crucial fact: personal development wasn’t the problem.
In fact, personal development can and should be an effective and joyful process that makes life easier, happier, and more fulfilling. And the more people do it, the more the whole world improves, too.
It took me over a decade of learning, growing, and healing to understand this. Now, self-improvement is my biggest passion.
What was the problem, then?