101 ways to improve your life

David Riklan has put together a team of 101 top speakers, world-class coaches, great psychologists and those at the cutting edge of positive change, specialists who can help you break through barriers that you aren't even aware are there. Their articles range from recommendations for those who are new to self-help, to more advanced methods and strategies that will probably be new even to those more experienced in the area of personal growth.


Each article is about 1200 words and so each of these bite-sized chunks of knowledge can be initially digested in a few minutes. In many cases, you'll find you want more, which is great as most of the entries refer you to free newsletters, blogs, websites, books and numerous articles where you can delve into the various subjects in more detail - there are lots of examples and 'how-to' steps.


The book is best approached by randomly sampling - each article's topic is summarized in one to three words. Explore the ones that seem most relevant to you to begin with. The recommendation is to pick at least ten. So if your looking for a light intoduction to self-improvement, then this is well worth a flick through...