Self Development Blog


There’s a considerable amount of strength one has to possess to survive the setbacks you inevitably go through in life. This is even more important if you are going to decide to pursue your passion or a significant goal. Continue reading




At one point in their lives, every successful man and woman had to “truly” face themselves. They needed to confront the reality of their current situations. Taking a hard look at who they were and where they were. This was important in identifying areas that needed to change or improve. Continue reading




There’s a truth about failure you come to understand while pursuing your passion. As dreamers, we don’t typically give attention to this truth in the beginning. Mostly because of our learned response to failure. Continue reading




I reference the game industry a lot in my blog posts, so I decided to reach out to someone who has way more experience than me in it. In fact, he is working full time on his passion for making + publishing video games and is succeeding. He is also putting in a lot of work in helping others find success in the industry as well. Continue reading




We all know that you cannot pursue any significant goal without encountering obstacles. In fact, many of those who manage to attain and maintain success, consider failure as being an essential part of the pursuit of success. That without understanding failure, one might never truly understand success. Continue reading




I’m not the same person I was 10 years ago. I’m sure you are not as well. In fact, try to think back to 10 years ago. Think to a time when things weren’t so easy for you. Maybe a time when talking to those older than you was bit hard. Or trying to score a date was nerve-racking. Or how hard that first job interview was. Continue reading




Our choices shape our future. Not knowledge, financial status, genetic make-up or intelligence. Just because one is intelligent, does not necessarily mean that one will lead a healthy life. Consciously making choices aligned with a healthy lifestyle lead to a … Continue reading




At least once, every single day, you are no different from the successful people you respect and admire. Continue reading




In our quest to achieve our goals, we stumble across an ocean of ideas, suggestions, tactics, principles about how people acquire success. And while some ideas actually help us make healthy progress towards those goals… other ideas slowly sabotage our efforts. Leaving us confused and wondering where we went wrong. Continue reading




Waiting is probably the most frustrating part of the pursuit. You spend months, maybe even years working on an idea, goal or your dream… but don’t see the results of your efforts. Continue reading




Many ambitious dreamers seem to be convinced that ONE is the magic number that will help them realize success and fulfillment in their lives. For instance, if you want to be a successful software company, all you need is ONE great app idea. Or that if you want to be come a successful manager/leader all you need is ONE opportunity to prove yourself. Continue reading




If we are to win at what we truly desire to achieve, then we must understand the important role we must play in making it happen. Not only that, but we must be ready to grow effectively in these roles or risk become our own obstacles to success. Continue reading




What would you do if you found out that you only had 3 and a half more months to live? Only 3 and a half. Would you still wake up early to go to work every day? Would you spend your weekends watching marathons of TV shows? Or would you spend every single day left complaining about how unfair your life has been? Continue reading




Times have changed. We live in a world that many in the past, could have never dreamed of. But this is both a good and troubling thing. I would like to talk about some of the things we have to day that we never had before… and how they affect our lives. Continue reading




Who is an achiever? A person that get’s things done. That’s it. Achievers live in only two very clear to understand states. The first is “before task started”. The second is “after task completed”. Those who are not achievers dwell in an intermediate state between the two. That state is called “excuses”. Continue reading



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