Self-development is the process of developing or strengthening aspects of yourself in order to become the best possible version of you. We all seek to better ourselves as we go through life, and there are as many paths toward this goal as there are people on this planet. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

How to Slow Time

We are too often hurried, stressed, distracted, overwhelmed, and bombarded from every angle. We are fighting the good fight, yet with so much going on life can begin to feel... unfelt.

4 Ways to Follow Your Inner Compass

Instead of asking what you should do, consider who you want to be.

How to Train Yourself to Be More Patient

Patience: Some people are born with a knack for it, but experts say the rest of us can learn how to do better.

Personal Growth: How to Align Your Values and Your Life Are Your Life and Your Values in Synch?

There are several questions you can ask yourself to help you figure out what values will make you happy.

Don’t Take It Personally!

Don’t take anything personally. This agreement gives you immunity in the interaction you have with the secondary characters in your story. You don’t have to concern yourself with other people’s points of view.

Meditation as a Tool for Survival

Meditation is very handy for adapting to challenging situations.

4 Steps to Achieve a Sense of Belonging

Through the years, I have learned ways to manage these people-pleasing tendencies, and feel more like myself. Here are four tips — if you find yourself feeling lonely — to achieve a greater sense of belonging.

What Is Intuition, And How Do We Use It?

We don't have to reject scientific logic in order to benefit from instinct.

5 Skills to Help You Develop Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is a set of skills you can get better at with practice. Here are five skills you can cultivate to make you a more emotionally intelligent person.

What Is Emotional Intelligence? +18 Ways to Improve It

What’s more important: IQ or emotional intelligence? If you think IQ is more important, you might be surprised at what you’ll learn in this piece. Some argue that it’s more important to our success than cognitive intelligence.


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