WHY I WRITE ABOUT PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TOPICS

If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time…

…you may have noticed I write a LOT about personal development.

But why is this…

Am I some kind of self-help guru?

(A Tony Robbins wannabe).

No, the reason why is much simpler.

You see, in order to have any type of success, you basically have to become a better person.

This is unavoidable.

And it’s especially true if you’re trying to launch some type of internet business.

It’s not enough to simply learn the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.

No, if you’re going to be more successful, then you often have to change yourself on a fundamental level. You have to learn how to manage your time, set and achieve goals, become more disciplined, and smash through the mental barriers which are holding you back.

Unless you do this it’s impossible to get anywhere.

Instead, you’ll waste time, make excuses for your failures, and procrastinate.

To a lot of people this might sound simple, redundant and even corny.

That’s understandable.

Self-help is a dorky subject.

But if you continue to think this way, it’s unlikely you’ll ever achieve anything.

On the other hand, if you’re a person who truly wants to get somewhere in life…

…then personal development is an absolute prerequisite.

Cheers,

Alastair Walton