Hello, and welcome to Well Thought Out Ideas. This website exists solely for you, whoever you are, as a tool to help improve your life. The scope of our endeavors fall entirely within that category. Some things I have learned may be obvious to you, and some may be completely different. All the things I write in here have been hard won truths, of which I am happy to share with you.
Since this is a life improvement blog, some of the things we will discuss include:
- How to succeed
- How to be happy
- How to be more attractive
- How to improve your social skills
- How to be less anxious, and more confident
- False beliefs some people hold about the world
- The nature of man, good and bad
- Psychology, based on what you can see with your naked eye, and evolution
- Motivation: how to have it, how good it is
- How to acquire new skills faster, and better
I could go on all day, because I am crazy passionate about this. This blog will exist for years. If this blog makes zero dollars for ten years, I’ll still be here.
Have a look around. Feel free to take a look at some recent posts, or check out some categories, both in the side bar. If you want to start from the beginning, you can check out You Are Not a Robot. If you are completely alien to subjects such as the subconscious mind, complexes, meditation, and limiting beliefs, I suggest starting with The Basics.
There’s no secret team working behind closed doors to get you what you want–you’re it. I want to help you, but it’s on you to help yourself. If you’re new to self improvement, I can tell you it’s not going to be easy.
There will be times where everyone you know will tell you the road you’re going down is the wrong road.
There are people who think they are right, and will try to tell you how right they are, but they are not.
It is your life. Yours. You have the power to do anything that you want to do. We should all remind ourselves of this, every chance we get.
If you want to make improvement a consistent habit, I suggest signing up for our mailing list (in the sidebar). I send out unique material to the mailing list that you won’t get just from reading this blog.
If you ever have any questions, feel free to contact me. Constructive feedback is tremendous, and I thank you in advance.