Life coaches can help us make positive changes. If you can't afford the time or money for one, take steps to coach yourself. You can do it!
It doesn't take a lot of effort to become the new, better looking and feeling you. Start with these simple (and quick!) self-improvers.
You can get all that from just a good night's sleep? As long as you're doing it right. Read on to learn more about the secret power of sleep.
The Internet is awash in self-help advice and "mantras." Unfortunately, a lot of it just doesn't work. Like these.
Become the best possible version of you by developing these wholesome, productive habits. Once they've stuck, you're on your way!
Take the time — and the money — to improve and maintain your own best asset: you! After all, you're the only you you have.
While kids are sopping up lessons from their elders, adults would be wise to learn something in return. Here's what you can learn from kids.
Self improvement is hard, right? Wrong! Become the person you want to be with some simple tricks that leverage some quirks of your brain.
Bored? Get off the Internet and get busy tackling these fun, small projects that will improve both you and your life!
From poor diet habits to irksome social tics, stop yourself from doing these things and become a happier, more productive you!
Want to make the world a better place? Start by making a better you with these 25 easy, feel good self-improvements.
After you finish stuffing your face at your desk, instead of returning to work (or Facebook), spend a few minutes focused on improving you.
You'll probably be making one (or more) of these terrible — and common — New Year Resolutions. Here's how to make them stick.
It's easy to get trapped in a humdrum routine. Shake things up with one or more of these simple activities, lessons, experiments, and adventures.
Self improvement is hard. Start with these simple (but significant) improvements first, and see where they take you.
Just because you stopped working on your New Year's resolutions doesn't mean you can't start again. Follow this list to finish up 2013 right.
Self-improvement can be hard, especially if we imagine making a change that will last the rest of our lives. To make a change stick, try it for 30 days first.
Discover how you can become a better person today (and reap additional benefits like happiness, saving money, and helping the environment).
Firing and hiring are expensive, and you probably can't replace business partners and colleagues, but if you're willing to lead, and they're willing to improve, change is possible.
If you think you're underpaid, the folks at GetRaised are willing to bet $20 that they can help you get a raise within six months. Can it work?
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