13 Self Improvement Tips – A Life Coach’s Checklist This list of self improvement tips is designed for individuals who have a burning desire to improve themselves. On many occasions, I have found myself in a place where I am desperate for growth, but unaware of what I could be doing to better myself. Should you find yourself in this situation, then these 13 self improvement tips are for you. Please view these tips as a personal development checklist. Achieve each item one by one. These self improvement tips comes from 15 years of passion and practice in personal development. I have tried literally hundreds of interventions over the years: some worked, others didn’t, and some were insanely powerful. The tips I have included below are of the latter category.
Useful ideas for leading a better life
A lot of my coaching clients ask me for my list of healthy snacks, so here they are! below is a complete list of all the snacks I enjoy daily. They are all completely suitable for a ketogenic or paleo diet. There are no artificial chemicals in these foods, and each is selected for the micronutrient density, taste, high fibre content and ease of consumption (healthy foods are often not ‘grab and go’ – most of these are).
My Supplement Regime I’ve been experimenting with and researching supplements ever since I first went to university back in 2003. As a life coach, getting my clients healthy is a large part of my work. After trying literally hundreds of different supplements, these are the ones which have stuck. I personally use all these supplements every day. These are the exact same supplements I recommend to my coaching clients. The following plan will reliably improve these five things:
Let me get one thing utterly clear, I love the Western culture. Its freedom, industrial might and stability allow me to enjoy an uncommonly fun existence. There is no other culture I would rather be born in or live in. Period. But… Depression and suicide are at unprecedented levels here in the West, as are obesity and diabetes and detest for one’s work.
Certain themes come up repeatedly in my coaching practice. There is, however, one theme which comes up more than any other: the manufacturing of psychological poison, or holding onto hatred.