Non-BS Self-Help That Will Actually Help You Help YourselfMost of the self-development advice nowadays is superficial. They don’t induce a character change that would make you a better person. They focus only on the surface behaviors that we think are great. We’re not rewarded for being good; we’re rewarded for appearing good.
For instance, self-esteem isn’t built by wearing nice clothes. It’s built when you shift the way you look at yourself.
With years, I’ve come to realize that change is an inner game. So, I screwed the tactics and went for the mentalities and fundamental principles.
This book is here to emphasize this fact and take it even further.
It’s the kind of book that you’ll love because it helps, and you’ll hate, at the same time, because it challenges some of the basics ideas we all have about change, improvement, and development.
Here’s Why This Book is Different
I believe in 3 things. You need these 3 thing to create whatever change that you want to create.
- Awareness: self-awareness is not easy. It's painful. But life without it, or at least without some self-awareness, is more painful. I believe it's the first step in whatever self-development journey. I believe it's the key for a healthy self-esteem.
- Consistency: real changes need actions. And those actions must be taken consistently. Eventually, the accumulation of all these actions will make a noticeable difference.
- Patience: the hardest shit in today's world. In an instant gratification age, thanks to technology, patience is not easy. But if you care about your life and where do you want to be, it's essential to develop the habit of being patient.
The Art of Change is based on these 3 concepts. It revolves around them, explain them thoroughly, and takes them to a whole new level (a level where you can actually apply them).
Here’s How This Book Will Help You
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- Mastering your own inner world and how to communicate with yourself honestly and more openly. It’s self-development. So, it’s about you; you must come in contact with yourself more often and more effectively.
- You’ll learn to use your own emotions to inspire you, scare you, stretch you, push you, pull you, and guide you through the tough road of change, development, and success.
- Can't get yourself to take action no matter what? You’ll learn to take action despite how you feel and despite the outcome.
- Growth tools: how to be patient enough while taking action. How to handle uncertainty, doubt, and fear. How the process of change and growth happens slowly and painfully. How to handle your failures. How to forgive yourself when you screw up.
- You’ll learn to approach the negative and painful emotions from a different perspective. You don't have to numb them. And they don’t have to paralyze you anymore.
- As a side effect, you’ll develop a stronger character. You’re not chasing the highs of the quick fixes everybody is chasing, and thus you’ll grow stronger than you’ve ever imagined.
“The Art of Change really lays the foundation for self-development. There are loads of books out there that explain to you what should change and why. But none that give the underlying principle of changing who you are as the AoC does.
Mosab’s ideas strengthen the resolve and wisdom for people familiar with self-development. But for people just starting to take change seriously, it shares a great framework to start with. I would recommend it to anyone willing to become the best self they can be.”
-Timon, Founder of Techlecticism.com
“AoC is a spectacular book. It helped me know what awareness means and why it’s extremely important. I’ve never come across a book that talks about self-awareness this extensively or explains it in simple way.
There are topics in the book that I think are very important but they’re either not mentioned at all by other writers or covered poorly. Mosab has done a great job by shedding a light on those topics and explaining them in a very simple way that’s so easy to understand. The cave metaphor, the sacrifice principle, and the part about facing yourself, to mention but a few.
I recommend this book to those who are just starting their journey toward change and self-development. And also I recommend it to those who are like me, in the middle of their journey and need something fresh to keep them going. I think there’s something missing in the self-development books and Mosab figured it out and put in our hands.”
“In simple words, AoC helped me look at my life in a different way. It helped me know what I’m doing wrong and at the same time it gave me the emotional drive (there’s an entire chapter about this) to start doing something about my situation for the first time.
One of the realizations that I got while reading it was the fact that I’m not living my life. It’s not mine and I’m basically living someone else’s life. It gave me the courage to step up and think about what I want to do with my life. So yeah, it showed me what I’m doing wrong with my life and it gave me the emotional drive or courage to change that and go out and live life the way I want to live it.
I thank Mosab for putting this together in such a beautiful and simple way.”
Here’s What You Need to Know About the Author
Mosab Alkhteb is a writer. He is the author of The Art of Change, the founder of SelfChanging, a self-development blog that had helped hundreds of people before it went down at 2017, and the founder of WorthyInside where he currently writes about self-esteem and how to really build it.
Mosab loves reading and growing and improving as well as helping other people and seeing them overcome their own problems and improve and grow.
Mosab has been featured on many popular self-development sites such as Tiny Buddha and Pick The Brain, as well as being featured on many popular Medium publications and on the front page of Reddit a couple of times.
Now, he is a full time teacher, full time psychology-and-development- nerd, and a part time blogger and writer.
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- Number of pages: 122 Pages.
- Available Formats: PDF