Finding Authenticity—on a Harley

Image Book-cover.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence What happens when women in midlife step out of what’s predictable? For Bernadette Murphy, best-selling author and long-time book critic for the Los Angeles Times, learning to ride a motorcycle at the age of forty-eight becomes the catalyst that transforms her from a settled wife and professor with … [Read more...]

Beauty, Brains and Global Influencer

Image Clarissa-Burt-392.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence It isn’t often that a talent such as Clarissa Burt comes along. We are going to have some serious “girl talk” (men are definitely welcome) about her accomplishments. We will talk about what it was like to be an acclaimed runway model at the age of 18. She will tell us about her successful line of beauty … [Read more...]

6 Common Herbs That Can Cure Digestive Problems

Image herbs-origina.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Whether you suffer from diarrhea, constipation or other digestive problems, we can understand why you may be seeking a solution. These problems can not only wreak havoc on your body, but they are also so disruptive to your everyday life. Most people are just tired of having to go to the bathroom all the … [Read more...]

Christopher Moon will talk about Your Unimaginable Capacity for Love

Image Christopher-Moon-392.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence There is a popular belief that communication is a vital part of a healthy relationship, but many of us get communication mixed up with talking. In fact, according to life coach and counselor Christopher Moon, talking is a very small aspect of communication, and rarely provides the clarity that is vital … [Read more...]

What I Learned by Deliberately Cycling Through the Storm

Image cycling-through-the-storm-800.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence I cycle three times a week without fail, it’s one of the cornerstones of my existence. Cycling nurtures me, calms me and centers me; it’s been one of my salvations. Now, you might be thinking that I’m some sort of super fit iron man but I am, in fact, bestowed with rather modest … [Read more...]

5 Foods to Defy the Post-Flight Dehydration Face

Image woman-on-airplane-800.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Fourth of July weekend in front of us means it’s officially high summer and most people are gearing up for their vacations. For many, that will include air travel, and possibly a long haul flight.  You know the drill: they give you some peanuts, the drink cart makes a couple of rounds, they bring you … [Read more...]

Is It Possible to Biohack Self-Improvement?

Image Nootropics.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence The quest for self-improvement comes naturally to us as humans, as we’re constantly seeking new ways to become better at what we do and to stand out from the crowd. The increasingly demanding nature of the world often means that we don’t have a choice other than to improve ourselves or get left behind. … [Read more...]

On This Week’s Show Cassie Parks tells us how to Manifest $10,000

Image cassieparks-392.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence What would you do if $10,000 showed up in your life tomorrow? How would you feel?  What would you buy? Where would you go? Many of us have studied the Law of Attraction. Some have been able to manifest great wealth and many of us have attracted a big fat ZERO. Some think it is wonderful while others … [Read more...]

Five Things that Hinder Self Improvement

Image best-version-of-you-800.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence I’ve been involved in self-improvement for a number of years and I have found five things that hinder self-improvement, and most of us are unaware of them. These five things are: Denial: Is one of our most common defense mechanisms, and while it may protect our ego, it gets in the way of … [Read more...]

6 common digestive problems and how to cure them

Image digestive-problems.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Most of us find it hard to discuss our digestive problems and when we do discuss – it’s either about the stomach or our bowel movements. In short, there’s a rumble in our stomach, we can’t go or we go too often. Although it may seem like digestive disorders only start from the stomach, it is, in fact, a … [Read more...]

The best smartwatch for a healthier life

Image smartwatches.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence The smartwatch is proliferating rapidly. Many are asking, “What is the best smartwatch for a healthier life?” We have grown up listening to the saying “health is wealth”. However, maintaining the health is nothing less than a challenge particularly in these times when life has become fast. … [Read more...]

Could Yoga Be the Key to Healing from Addiction?

Image yoga-2-.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Addiction is a complex affliction affecting tens of millions of people in the United States alone. The US Food and Drug Administration has recently called for certain opioids to be recalled from the market and pulled from shelves after prescription pill abuse has led to an increase of HIV infections and … [Read more...]

Reading as a Self-Improvement Tool? It’s the best !

Image Man-reading-800-ben-white-126974.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Someone asked me the other day why I don’t include reading as a self-improvement tool. It is probably THE most widely used self-improvement tool and so readily available that I was surprised to find I haven’t emphasized it more. Reading as a Self-improvement tool Libraries offer free books … [Read more...]

The Good Sleep You Plan For: 4 Ways to Improve Sleep Quality

Image sleep.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Everyone know that the quality of your nighttime sleep can greatly impact how you feel in the morning. If you wake up feeling even more tired than you were when you fell into bed the night before, you might want to consider changing something in your sleep routine. While the concept of a “planned sleep” … [Read more...]

What is the One, Single Most Important Self Improvement Tool?

Image tools800.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence The other day someone asked me what I considered to be the single most important self-improvement tool. Yikes! What a question. “I’ll have to get back to you on that,” I responded, knowing that I would need to wrestle with it for awhile before I could answer. I will work on it here and … [Read more...]

10-Minute Fat-Burning Workouts for Busy People

Image fat-burning-workouts-for-busy-people-.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence A sedentary lifestyle isn’t something that only you deal with. In fact, people with regular day jobs have the same sentiments when it comes to being inactive due to sitting all day, facing their computers for long hours, and basically, not having any physical activity—or not having enough time for such. … [Read more...]

What are the Mini Habits That Should be Followed Every Day?

Image girl-running-sillouette-800.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence I have a habit of opening my email every morning first thing. It ranks right up there with meditation for me. Once I have done both of them, I’m ready for my day  to start. This morning I opened Quora from my email (If you aren’t familiar with Quora, be sure to check it out). I saw one on … [Read more...]

Keep Your Emotions on a Budget

Image Emotional-spending.jpg

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Emotions can be tricky. Sometimes they are hard to deal with, and we try to find ways to cope with our negative emotions. I use to be a firm believer in retail therapy. Every time my emotions seemed a little overwhelming, I would go shopping. I failed an exam; I bought a new pair of shoes. When I would … [Read more...]