I read 100 self-help books. Here’s what I learned…

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Matt D'Avella

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Matt D'Avella
Matt D'Avella 4 aylar önce
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I actually noticed it. It looks comfy.
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First thing I thought of! 😂 Looks good on you!
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Lisa Rogers 2 aylar önce
Looks comfy but for video I recommend a more colorful option. For you, dark red, burgundy, olive, navy blue or perhaps a gradient with lighter to darker blue. Those would look nice.
Mahsa Zarifi
Mahsa Zarifi 2 aylar önce
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Tracey Weiser
Tracey Weiser 2 aylar önce
It's amazing! Nice choice 🤩
AADITYA SODEJA
AADITYA SODEJA 4 aylar önce
One of the lines that I've always liked from book 'Atomic Habits' is "You should be far more concentrated with your current trajectory than with your current results"
CLTserendipity
CLTserendipity Aylar önce
Brilliant book. Take action every day to improve your skills and knowledge.
PUREMIA
PUREMIA Aylar önce
Writing this down.
Our Journey To Mental Stability
Our Journey To Mental Stability Aylar önce
I’ve actually recently purchased atomic Habits, but haven’t started reading it yet. My studies have just started back up.. so my head have been in other books booo hiss to boring educating books lol
blueicer101
blueicer101 2 aylar önce
I think this is why people can get really good at video games, because you always have this feedback loop that is unforgiving, (in the sense it cannot be cheated, not difficulty) and the tracking makes it so that you can see the progress.
Patrick T.
Patrick T. 4 aylar önce
I feel like a lot of self-help books can be summarized in one sentence: "The secret to happiness is that there is no secret." I've read a few self-help books, but for me, real self-help comes from good stories. Whether fiction or nonfiction, learning about someone else's life and how they overcame obstacles is what really helps me improve my own life.
Giffar Masabih
Giffar Masabih 13 gün önce
And thats why i avoid reading self-help books. Ive read a few and sometime i strucked gold, but most of them are forgettable, boring, irrelevant to my life, and thus, hard to finish. Quite a lot of times i was drawn to a clickbait of "new york best seller", "translated into 50 languages" blablabla then found myself dissapointed. Id rather read fiction. I grew up with them and i took lots of meaning from feading them that somehow i get surprised and i thought "hey, didnt i read something about this a while ago?". And thats the best feeling. A feeling of you being incapsulated and found yourself within the story that youve read and loved so much. I live for that feeling. And thats why i'll keep reading fictions and avoid the self-help ones.
JayDao
JayDao 23 gün önce
Inner engineering by sadhguru
e sauce
e sauce Aylar önce
also way more entertaining therefore easier to read
Sunita Kumar
Sunita Kumar Aylar önce
Also, while not everyone is into "alternative views of the subconscious", like I am, it is a fact that we are not all wired the same and we are not all going to have the same path to success. This is why self - help books are a start, but often people work 1-1 with coaches to find that combination of special sauce for them. It's the rare person who is going to read a book and make massive strides, or there would only be one book. Like all areas, take a nugget of two from each and filter the rest through your own lens of what reality, self-awareness, application to your individual goals, and stage of life. And I agree, storytelling is the way we all learn and grow, because that's truly the best way to relate to others. Otherwise it is just information.
Ahava Rosales
Ahava Rosales Aylar önce
@Petty Blue perhaps they’re not obsessed but they accept their outcomes no matter how dire therefore do nothing to change it, almost like they’re neutral to their lifestyle, unchanged
Alessandro Chavez
Alessandro Chavez 4 aylar önce
“Knowledge isn't power until it is applied.” - Dale Carnegie
JAAACK AISSA
JAAACK AISSA 13 gün önce
@Abner Silva Yes, doing wrong is better than doing nothing, at least it will teach you what is right
Jacey Durland
Jacey Durland 2 aylar önce
@Daria Zvereva It can come from those things. It can also come from logic and reason. It can also come from learning from the experiences and mistakes of others.
Daria Zvereva
Daria Zvereva 2 aylar önce
@Jacey Durland this availability comes with experience. The last one can also from mistakes. ;)
Jacey Durland
Jacey Durland 2 aylar önce
@Daria Zvereva It depends on what it is. In general, one should be able to determine good decisions from bad decisions without having to go and take action on it to find out.
Daria Zvereva
Daria Zvereva 2 aylar önce
@Jacey Durland if you don’t try to apply it you won’t even know if it is right or not.
John C Story
John C Story 4 aylar önce
Summarized points - take action * take 3 most important points from a book and just do it - take better notes * read and takes notes, highlight, underline, or have sticky notes, just annotate - One size fit all will not work * the best books will make you think critically, so it fits for your life
John C Story
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@Jesús López Ansón anytime bro
Jesús López Ansón
Jesús López Ansón Aylar önce
How wonderful a person you are!
Deni Tech
Deni Tech Aylar önce
Underlining highlighting etc does not help, it’s better to do active recalling
liemon
liemon 2 aylar önce
The hero we deserve!
123to9
123to9 2 aylar önce
Well, John, you took action and took the useful notes for everyone to apply to their lifes, well done.
Ryan G
Ryan G 4 aylar önce
I've always liked these lines from Thoreau which I keep by my bookcase: "A truly good book teaches me better than to read it. I must soon lay it down, and commence living on its hint. What I began by reading, I must finish by acting."
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the.bonsai.samurai 4 aylar önce
That sums self-help up perfectly! This is going on the white board! Thank you sir!
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Raz DM
Raz DM 4 aylar önce
"most people don't finish the books that they start" ... why you gotta attack me like that
Sakura Nova Ryan
Sakura Nova Ryan Aylar önce
It's a sneaky way the author's try to get people to read more thru challenging them
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🥲🥲🥲🥲 I Def feel attacked lol
Donna Morrow
Donna Morrow Aylar önce
LOLOL!!!
Dragon
Dragon 2 aylar önce
Im the opposite I never start another book finishing the one Im reading first and I've finished all the books I started yet.
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Evolve Now - Yoga for Athletes 4 aylar önce
"How to win friends and influence people" is the first book I bought by myself! It really got me into reading and made me realize that books are such a cool way to learn new things!
JAAACK AISSA
JAAACK AISSA 13 gün önce
@Abdell_Rb Do not compare an Arab human development world in the Middle East The world of self-development in the West
gloverelaxis
gloverelaxis 2 aylar önce
@Abdell_Rb you're close: 100% of them are. so is: every single "life coach", every single "entrepreneur" advice-giver, etc. none of these people have had a single creative, original thought in their lives, and they are some of the least qualified people on the planet to be giving anyone advice about *anything*, let alone "how to live a good life"
Abdell_Rb
Abdell_Rb 3 aylar önce
How many friends do you have now ? are they good ones ? How do you compare yourself before reading that book in terms of the quality of your relationships ? I would guess nothing changed, i could be wrong, But for me I find most like 90% fo Self improvement books are just bullshit.
Eduardo Viajero
Eduardo Viajero 3 aylar önce
if it made you buy another book then it means you learned nothing or you have way too much money.
greener pastures
greener pastures 4 aylar önce
In the 1980s, Dale Carnegie books were promoted in corporations as a way to improve your life and contributions.
Cole Mumme
Cole Mumme 4 aylar önce
I've started reading philosophy and honestly it's much better than any self help book I've read. I think it just puts me in a better frame of mind and helps me identity faults in my logic and ultimately helping me understand the world around me.
David Himmelfahrt
David Himmelfahrt Aylar önce
@Omar Rudolf Steiner
Sakura Nova Ryan
Sakura Nova Ryan Aylar önce
Philosophy is really golden in culturing the mind. But I think learning about philosophy alongside psychology is the sweet spot for me.
Cole Mumme
Cole Mumme 2 aylar önce
@gloverelaxis lol ok. Yea I'm sure your right. God probably doesn't exist. Feel better? Got what you wanted? I didn't realize I was talking to an all knowing individual. Definitely throw out all religion and philosophy because THIS GUY has it all figured out.
Samantha
Samantha 3 aylar önce
@Omar I recommend Lao Zi. It’s amazing!!!
Jørgen Espolin Johnson
Jørgen Espolin Johnson 4 aylar önce
Lately I’ve found that fiction can be just a good source for inspiration to improve myself: I get inspired to do well at university while reading The Name of The Wind, more focused on paying attention to my conversations when I read Norwegian Wood and so on. Point is, I think fiction is an underrated source of self-help.
David Himmelfahrt
David Himmelfahrt Aylar önce
The Lord of the Rings is offically a fantasy novel. Just take that as an example.
Sakura Nova Ryan
Sakura Nova Ryan Aylar önce
@gloverelaxis fiction isn't just about what's in it for me. Yes we can get caught in a thinking trap like that but most people don't like to think rigidly like that. Fiction is self help even better sometimes cause it can teach you how to empathize with people who are different then you. Different views. Teach u Things you didn't know you cared about. I also consider these benifits benificial for me. Doesn't mean it's selfish or self centered.
Martina U.
Martina U. 2 aylar önce
I agree.... especially autobiographies .... or books or movies (e.g. Wuthering heights by Emely Bronté or Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen .... good advises for relationship topics.
Sarah M. Jordan
Sarah M. Jordan 2 aylar önce
Could not agree more
Jaggae
Jaggae 2 aylar önce
The Well-Beloved by Thomas Hardy helped me overcome a bad breakup. I haven't had a relationship since then but have fallen in love many times lol!
Shatakshi Aggarwal
Shatakshi Aggarwal 4 aylar önce
After going through quite a few self-help books/videos, I realised that, mostly, the answers are within us, unless we need help on specific, more technical, topics. Our mind knows already what it wants and what's right for it. Persistence and discipline is where most of us lack.
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Imaginarium Quest
Imaginarium Quest 2 aylar önce
SOME IMPORTANT NOTES: 1) Taking Action, non matter how small, is the Key to making progress 2) A good rule of thumb: pick at least 3 concepts from every (self-help) book and put them into practice immediately. 3) Take notes and put bookmars when you read (probably actual books are better) 4) We often flinch in the face of fear, BUT if we embrace the flinch (instead of suffering it and getting blocked): when we repeatedly expose ourselves at different kind of flinches, both big and smalles, we can start to overcome fear and build the life what we want. 5) Avoid the mistake of blindy follow whatever advice is being shared (in self-help books): find what work for YOU 6) If you ask yourself what will stood in the way of progress, and than you develop targeted strategies to change beahvior, the results will be far better 7) The best self-help book ask you to think critical, the worst ask you to blindly follow a step by step plan: it's your responsability to question everything and ask yourself "how can I adapt this work for my life?". What's important is to be able to go in with an open mind, find 3 things that you can test, and hopefully find one thing that'll stick for the long run. CONCLUSION: Is important to remember that ultimately self-help is about the self, that's YOU: whatever piece of content you consume, consider how you can be an active participant in your own journey, by questioning, implementing and taking action in your own life (see #1): while it's great to take inspiration, you need to become your own "guru".
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Tony Edgecombe
Tony Edgecombe Aylar önce
>Taking Action, non matter how small, is the Key to making progress You don't really need a book to tell you that though do you.
Sapiens Strength
Sapiens Strength 4 aylar önce
There was a point when I read and listened to ALOT of self help books and podcast . In the years of mid 2000s to early 2015ish … But after a while so much of it became overlap and repeating the same message. “Face your fears, never quit on things you are passionate about, life is short” . A paragraph could summarize most these books … And the advice and “action steps” of many of these books was so vague and esoteric. Also I got tired of self help books from people , who’s only life experience was, self help .
Sir Prize
Sir Prize 2 aylar önce
I'm now testing a personal theory. Everyone knows the "get hobbies" and beat fears bullshit. But we can't do those anyway because comfort, discomfort, comfort zone, fear etc stops it. As a solution I'm doing cold-showers and it got me on track to doing other things that require discipline. It's like simply that my nervous system got stronger, or brain resilience went up, so now I unlocked the stage 2 activities that were locked due to discomfort or out of comfort-zone. Now I do them and it's so much easier to keep building 1% every day. I presume if I keep performing at stage 2, many more difficult things will seem easier. I will start those scarier things. Face the flinches. Consistently log progress into a greater goal. Every day is enjoyable. I haven't done shit, or achieved anything yet, or any of the major goals, but there's progress. Better than being the 90% who quit at chapter 1.
Ulen Grau
Ulen Grau 3 aylar önce
Yeah... OP won't upvote this comment, or any of the others saying similar things. That's how you know when a person has drank the self-help koolaid.
ukeonthebeach
ukeonthebeach 3 aylar önce
I know of one author who essentially wrote in his book that you get to a blissful point in life, where criticism just rolls off you - then when faced with 3 negative reviews out of 100 that were mostly 5 stars, proceeded to go on a rant and call those 3 reviewers morons, delete that post the next day, and walk away never to return to the discussion.
shuki1
shuki1 3 aylar önce
@Sapiens I find that many good self-help gurus and consultants in general are the ones who failed at something(s) and then turned that into a profession. They are not talking theory rather actual from learning experience.
ThisTree
ThisTree 3 aylar önce
I agree! Self help books can be useful, certainly self awareness is a positive attribute, but also can be addictive. They can promote self-absorption. How many of these books does one need to read? Seems like it can be an obsession. Also, the more messed up and dysfunctional an author of some of them can convince readers that they are, the more profit for the next book in the works..it also makes for a profitable industry to repackage each other’s concepts over and over. I pulled back from reading these books awhile ago, after sensing a hamster wheel of sorts, and now I feel less anxious, more peaceful. A few key ideas were helpful I’ll admit and to maybe even hear repeated, but with a limit. It’s human nature to think ‘this is good more is better’ when it’s not..
rich + happy
rich + happy 4 aylar önce
"Slow Growth" soon on bookshelves, written by Matt D'Avella, edited by Mark Manson, foreword by Ryan Holiday, afterword by Tony Robbins, blessed by Dale Carnegie
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"Those aren't mountains... They're waves."
Kamila Hynas
Kamila Hynas 2 aylar önce
Blessed by Dale Carnegie 😃👍
Mar Barbosa
Mar Barbosa 4 aylar önce
🤣🤣 yes!
BH Sprinkle
BH Sprinkle 4 aylar önce
Oversell. That's a lot of hype. 😂 But if it actually happens...
the.bonsai.samurai
the.bonsai.samurai 4 aylar önce
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dreamergirl1140
dreamergirl1140 2 aylar önce
I started struggling with memory retention issues last year, so I've started underlining in my precious books--something that my younger self would have found unforgivable. It's actually been so much easier to flip back through and read the underlined portions to remind myself of my biggest personal takeaways from the book.
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Aurencia Barton
Aurencia Barton 3 aylar önce
I have to agree. Started reading physical books again and I have a greater appreciation for them now compared to my ebooks and audio books. Being able to physically leave notes and mark pages is so much more satisfying.
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Tyler Hawley
Tyler Hawley 4 aylar önce
I strongly agree! I used to be obsessed with learning as much self-help and personal improvement as possible, especially going from video to video. But eventually realized that I wasn't seeing much benefit because I couldn't recall much of what I had "learned" and didn't put it into practice. Overall, if you aren't first covering the essentials (enough sleep, eating right, exercise, have a planner), then you'll see minimal benefits from other tips like email management techniques. First though, grapple with why and whether you should be pursuing self-help. In what way do you want it to improve your life? To what end does being hyper-efficient matter if it just means you can now do more work? What do we lose by trying to turn our imperfect selves into unreachable perfection?
starklelight
starklelight 4 aylar önce
One of the most influential books in my life was „Bullet journal“ which is essentially based around the idea of building system that works for YOU specifically. Two years later not only i now have a consistent journaling and notetaking practice but also a principle to live by.
MrsKuhliMuhli
MrsKuhliMuhli 4 aylar önce
For all who didn´t finish the books: don´t worry. I started a lot of them, never did the exercises, almost never finished one. But I loved to get into new self helping books and got more of them. And slowley my thinking changed. Maybe it took longer time, but it changed. And also my hole life changed.
shuki1
shuki1 3 aylar önce
I agree. Even if the person does not take the important action, the tendency is that the general mindset will change. I see this in a colleague who loves Ted talks. While they've not really acted on the ideas, they have become a much more positive person over the years, (and do have some good advice sometimes).
Jaggae
Jaggae 2 aylar önce
My favourite self-help quote I think is from The Minimalists: (paraphrased) Nothing changes if you don't change anything. Basically, don't expect a different result if you keep doing the same thing.
Kerry Foster
Kerry Foster 2 aylar önce
I still have Dale Carnegie's book - read many years ago! The points made are still as valid today as then. Its all about human nature and perception. Brilliant book. Recommend you read it.
Daeven1
Daeven1 3 aylar önce
I think it’s important to note: Everyone learns differently, so for some audiobooks can be just as good or better than physical books. When I listen to an audiobook I’ll glean most of the information, And I keep notes on my Google Keep when I hear something super important.
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40 Bands 4 aylar önce
I can totally relate when you said that books became your mentor. I feel the same way because there aren't too many ambitious enough people in my real life in which I could share ideas and have a edificial conversation.
blind as hell
blind as hell 3 aylar önce
Self-help books saved me from depression. The best lesson I learned is setting boundaries or just simply saying no to do certain tasks. I noticed more people (especially bosses) have given me respect and completely stopped effing around with me.
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@Frosty Heaven Boundaries by Henry Cloud
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Frosty Heaven
Frosty Heaven 2 aylar önce
Hi! I struggle with setting boundaries. Do you have any self-help books that you would recommend?
Anna Reich
Anna Reich 4 aylar önce
My unoriginal yet effective 5 cents for finishing the books you start: 1. Always pick a book that jumps out to you right at that moment (not one you think you should read) 2. Don't be shy to skim through boring sections (don't force yourself to read them word for word) 3. Attach reading to something you're already doing (for me that's drinking tea in the morning & commuting - I now read at least 1 book/week)
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I really like number 1, it's so critical 👍🏻
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Kelly
Kelly 3 aylar önce
‘The four agreements’ is one that changed me as well! ‘Don’t take things personally and don’t make assumptions’
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Thank you so much
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BH Sprinkle
BH Sprinkle 4 aylar önce
Agreed. If you read all these self-help books without putting it into practice, it doesn't help much. It still put you in the right mindset but action is the most crucial place to start once mindset in in place. I'm the same about not wanting to ruin my books with earing pages and highlights. I am open to taking notes though.
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@B J Williams Yes. Mindset is a certainly a key factor in moving yourself into action.
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Self help books are more about changing your mindset. How you think determines how you will live your life. Its your life, not anyone else's. All about me.😘
Andrea Garamvölgyi
Andrea Garamvölgyi 4 aylar önce
While I was translating Deep Work into Hungarian, I was mesmerized, started implementing many of its advice, but then it all started to fade away, despite the fact that I literally went through each and every sentence, so totally agree about note taking and relearning. :)
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Aerka0s 4 aylar önce
"And Surprisingly handsome TRshowrs" with Matt smiling at us, it made me smile even more than him. Every time there is a simple and great joke that makes it worth it. Thank you Matt.
How To Steve
How To Steve 4 aylar önce
I just realized exactly the same what you have explained. I like to read self-development books every morning for 10-20 minutes, but sometimes I forget things, so I'm getting serious about taking notes. What else what I have noticed, that not all the time you should take actions immediately after reading books like these. Maybe, you are already on the right path, but these self-development books will strengthen your belief, that you do the right thing already.
Maher Hasan
Maher Hasan 4 aylar önce
Great Video Matt. and I absolutely agree with this one. I'm lucky that I started highlighting and taking notes after only reading 3 books without doing so because I felt like I was not able to recall any info from them. Now I highlight the key ideas in every chapter, and every Section or so I copy these highlights and try to rewrite them in my own words. It lets me recall the ideas and keep a small summary of the book to refer for later when needed. I'm not doing my best at taking action but I'm definitely trying to.
Paul Fahs
Paul Fahs 4 aylar önce
I do the same thing Maher.
Basic To Glam Chic Travels
Basic To Glam Chic Travels 4 aylar önce
"Most people don't finish the books they've started ", OUCH! I have been reading the 5 A.M CLUB for almost a year now, on and off, I'll definitely finish but the truth is I'm also internalising the teachings and practising them .... if I could only find the time to sit and just read my book like when I was young 😓😓
Lyric Berlin
Lyric Berlin Aylar önce
keep books/kindle in the bathroom...lol...funny but true
Basic To Glam Chic Travels
Basic To Glam Chic Travels 4 aylar önce
@Richard Keijzer well with a growing family and a business some things take more precedence but I'll go back to my good ol' days and resume reading ☺
Richard Keijzer
Richard Keijzer 4 aylar önce
how do you not have enough time? just make time!
Hannah Barber
Hannah Barber 2 aylar önce
For those E-book enthusiasts. I keep a journal of everybook I read now and note page and paragraph of an idea quote etc. I enjoy. So hopefully by the end of my 20's I will have a journal full of info that essentially is my very own self-authored self-help for dummies.
Aniave S.
Aniave S. Aylar önce
Thinking about something similar. Do you use an app or something?
Ryan's Synthwave Guitar
Ryan's Synthwave Guitar 5 gün önce
Great video. I would say to avoid getting into the self-help loop hole as this can be toxic in itself. Yeah, read something and try to apply it in your life if you can, but if you are not improving and always thinking 'oh, this book is the one...' and throwing your money down the drain, that's not healthy and you need to break that cycle. There is a lot of bs out there in the self help community. I think a lot of people look for a quick fix or an easy way out. Personally, I think looking after your mental health is no.1. Especially in the world we live in today.
Peter Lawson
Peter Lawson 4 aylar önce
Really great advice. Taking notes has been the game changer for me. I personally like to keep it simple and I put a pencil like either side of a key thought or lesson from a book. After I finish the book, I’ll type them all up.
MJ OO4
MJ OO4 4 gün önce
Its very rare for me to search for an uplifting and self-develpoment videos, and I'm glad I found yours honestly. I'm actually surprisingly motivated, and hopefully will start reading books again. Thanks.
intentional_nourishment
intentional_nourishment 4 aylar önce
Definitely the reminder I needed to take notes as I read! I always think I'm going to end up lending the books to someone so I always hesitate to write in them, but it really does add to the experience!
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satyricon451
satyricon451 3 aylar önce
The cold shower. How funny. I recently tried that. I thought about it for about two weeks, before leaping in. Now I can handle cold showers, sort of lol! The smoking cessation one is more interesting. I had caught an essential sliver of information about Alan Carr's "Easy Way to Stop Smoking," that quitting smoking is hard because people keep saying it's hard. With merely that knowledge, and without ever having read the book, I quit smoking.
Wimsem - Tekenen & Knutselen
Wimsem - Tekenen & Knutselen 4 aylar önce
I don't know if you will be positive or negative about self help books because I haven't watched the video yet, but the best self help book about recovering from mental ilness is 'You are not a rock' by Mark Freeman. It's not a book to read and feel good about yourself, it actually provides really practical steps to fully recover from mental illness. (I sound like I am paid to say this but it just saved my life so I want to share about it)
W Shray
W Shray 3 aylar önce
Thanks for the book recommendation. Based on that I just bought it on my audible account and listened to it in the car on a long drive. Love that he takes a variety of self-help philosophies and psychological methods and distills them down to the important practices we can follow. I have a daughter who has labeled herself as "having mental illness" and I have done a lot of thinking about the idea that one could have heart disease and the remedy is to get in shape by working out and for mental health, same sort of thing, one needs to develop mental habits and practices that promote and protect good mental health. We can all let life drive us crazy if we don't.
Nath
Nath 4 aylar önce
Hey, thank you so much for the recommendation. I suffered from depression for a long time and although I'm doing better now, I have been wishing for some help to improve my mental health and finally fully get over my illness without going to therapy - it looks like this book is exactly what I've been looking for. Thank you
Wimsem - Tekenen & Knutselen
Wimsem - Tekenen & Knutselen 4 aylar önce
@MitzyAnna Lee I'm so sorry for your loss. I am wishing you strength and love to live with this
ZK321
ZK321 4 aylar önce
😤🤘
Sherie Tazelaar
Sherie Tazelaar 4 aylar önce
@MitzyAnna Lee Wishing you all the best.
Virág Marton
Virág Marton 4 aylar önce
Actually, you're wrong in a some kind of way. The very first self help books vere religious scriptures such as Bible, Quaran, etc... people are eager to gather the knowledge they experienced so far, from the ancient times too, and I am amazed by realizing how self-improvement was important to humxnity throughout the history.
Gillytech
Gillytech Aylar önce
@Virág Marton Well it's humanity. There is no majority of people bigger than all humanity ;)
Virág Marton
Virág Marton Aylar önce
@Gillytech I have use the terms I have relearnt recently due to not wanting to be offensive to minority andm arginalized groups. I am pretty confused these days about spelling.
Virág Marton
Virág Marton Aylar önce
@Gillytech Than can you please help me out? I am non native speaker, so I might make mistakes, thank you for your kind help.
Gillytech
Gillytech Aylar önce
I think you spelled "humanity" incorrectly.
Octopus
Octopus 3 aylar önce
This is such a great point!
Kartik Verma
Kartik Verma 4 aylar önce
I don't know how this happens but everytime I am struggling with something, I try to put it off by watching youtube and everytime I do this, something relevant shows up in the feed. Today I was struggling with taking actions towards my goal and as an avid self help reader, this thumbnail got my attention. Absolutely loved the video, by far the best one on this channel. Thank you Matt !
Susan
Susan Aylar önce
Wow, this is such simple and such powerful advice! I love to read, and now I have tools to make them more intentional. thank you!
malalalalala
malalalalala 4 aylar önce
Interesting that you mention the thing i found out about self-help books within the first minute - taking action! You can read 100s of these books and become the greatest expert on the topic, but if you never take action it doesn't matter. And most people will read these books and continue to not take action. That is why this industry is so successful. People have all the needed tools in their hands but when it comes to action they rather quit and read the next book hoping for the secret formula that will change their life.
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soundscape26
soundscape26 4 aylar önce
Agree yes, most people basically _read_ those books as an end, rarely as a means that leads to acting. And besides, most of the information contained in them is available for free online in a ton of different shapes and forms.
NAFIXER : Jack of all Trades
NAFIXER : Jack of all Trades 4 aylar önce
I have been experimenting alot with summaries lately and I think they are really worth it . You read more books and then the books you love you read the whole thing
S J
S J 4 aylar önce
I have watched your Atomic Habits insights videos and it was really good along with Hell yeah or no summary on what's worth doing .
prism on the Horizon
prism on the Horizon 3 aylar önce
1) Taking Action is the key to making progress. It's essential to take even the smallest steps. a) Embrace the flinch so we can overcome the fear and build the life we want! F**k the excuses just do it! b) Pick 3 concepts from each book that you read. Track the information. Take notes, highlight the best ideas, underline quotes, use post it notes. c)
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Erik Stenbakken
Erik Stenbakken 4 aylar önce
100.00% percent bullseye. I’ve read almost every one of the books shown in this video. And I was introduced to many of those authors via Matt’s previous TRshow work: The Ground Up Show. If you haven’t gone through those interviews, I highly recommend them. But even there, you have to take action ;-)
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Darcy Fitzpatrick
Darcy Fitzpatrick Aylar önce
Appreciate you having a preference of your own between audio and physical books but it’s not fair to say one is better than the other. Different learning styles and abilities don’t all benefit from reading as much as listening. When we listen to a book we’re not using an inferior format. Just the opposite - it’s what’s best for us and our needs. And you can take notes while listening to something. Same goes for leaving markers, lots of audiobook apps support this.
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sam corey Aylar önce
I can always expect no BS from your videos, Matt. Thanks for all of the value you are providing.
Gabrielle Bélanger
Gabrielle Bélanger Aylar önce
Do you have a list of Self-help books that you've read ? Always enjoying your videos, thanx a lot Matt ! Gabby
Huyền Thu
Huyền Thu Aylar önce
3 take-away: 1. Take action instantly 2. Self-Help book is also about Self. So be critical in ideas that you recieve 3. Flinch
Deran Kayes
Deran Kayes 4 aylar önce
Personally, I find content like this very interesting and thought provoking cuz it makes me investigate the source of the distaste I feel towards them, if I'm just projecting my own, mainly, past self hate or if I just find the use of "knowledge" and what appears to be wise as a weapon, disgusting. Probably both. Anyway, this type of content can often be the door to a world. So, thanks for the service you do for the human race introducing thousands of people into activities like reading, journaling, meditating and all that similar gay shit (just kidding!) even if most the persons attracted to these videos want to be """"" in it """""" in order to use it as an Artillery lol
LuLu
LuLu 4 aylar önce
Would love to see the book list of the 100 books you've read !!
Hannah Malu
Hannah Malu 4 aylar önce
me too!
Song Lyrics
Song Lyrics Aylar önce
Well that was the most succinct and concise overview, I don't know how the hell you managed to cram all of these gems into 9 minutes?! 🤯 Thank you so much for this video Matt!
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I have always been fascinated by investing, but without adequate knowledge on the right thing to do, I find it difficult to start. *I politely ask, what’s the best sector to invest in?*
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It’s good to make decisions that help you ensure good finances. It doesn't matter how many jobs you have, but what matters is how many sources of income you have. Getting a side hustle or passive income is a very wise financial decision.
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It is entirely possible for a smart and patient investor to go into investing with the right information. One of the best ways to get started is to get help from an experienced Financial Consultant . I've been investing since *2015* and I'm extremely happy with the returns I get working with my investment advisor; * Hamilton Phoebe Zoe*
mRx Gamer
mRx Gamer 2 aylar önce
I started "The Power of your subconscious mind" as my first book, and literally I've completed 8 Chapters in three days and i implemented whatever the author suggested and it really changed my mindset.
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Rocker Girl
Rocker Girl 4 aylar önce
Hi Matt, I’m 15 and really want to start my first self help book…which one would you recommend?
ukeonthebeach
ukeonthebeach 3 aylar önce
I’d recommend not going down the rabbit hole of self help to begin with. High 5 Habit, anyone? That said, I think minimalism is a good habit to get into. Own as little as you can. So, read something on that, Joshua Becker for one is good I think. Practical stuff that will benefit you. And apply minimalism to self help as well - carefully select what you read. Also, mindfulness…not really a practice like yoga where you do it for an hour a day, just something you are. Basically - don’t think too much and pay attention to the moment. Best book I’ve read on this was The Practicing Mind by Thomas Sterner. As for James Clear - he claims by improving 1% each day with a compounding effect, you can be 37 times better at the end of the year. But if you take that to 2 years, now you can be 1,427 times better. 3 years - 53,939 times better, and now we are into lala land. Compounding knowledge requires increased effort each time because the more you know, the more you need to learn to increase a similar percentage each time. A million dollars compounds as easily as one dollar in the same investment account, but applying the idea of compounding to self improvement doesn’t work because you’ll eventually run out of hours in the day. A poorly thought out concept, and good example of a lot of the fluff in the self help world.
md
md 3 aylar önce
Al Quran English translation - Sahih international ( because you don't understand Arabic)
Alvin Marco
Alvin Marco 4 aylar önce
@leon p 100% agree
Anita S
Anita S 4 aylar önce
Atomic Habits has done more to change my life than any book I’ve ever read.
Femi
Femi 4 aylar önce
Well - ultimately the decision is yours. As someone who has read s Atomic Habits, TSAOFNGAF and the Power of Now, I recommend the Power of Now, I say this because although the other books are good, the Power of now literally changes perspective and gives you practical steps you can work on straight away.
Annabelle Swan
Annabelle Swan 2 aylar önce
Hi, Matt ! I agree completely on the first several points ('m continueing to watch the video, thus I can't comment on others yet). Great habits to implement: small steps each day lead to results + underlining the important info from the books you read. I remember me being at school and not being able to mark anything important for me in books, only with a very light pencil...But these days I underline with very bright markers and it helps me. I also fix stickers to the pages I like and.. it does help me!!! No need to reread the book because we don't have that much time in our life for the second action. And I do agree that whatever we like we should transfer from the theory to immediate practice. Otherwise, we will just forget soon ... or we will never try it... :) Thanks, Matt :)
roseBerry_08
roseBerry_08 4 aylar önce
I'm really interested into the list of self help books you've read. Is it available anywhere? And also...I'm always blown away from the quality of the b-rolls and how much love you put in every single video... I love u man ❤ greetings from germany 🇩🇪
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Lucas Prigge
Lucas Prigge 4 aylar önce
Hey Matt! Could you share a list of all the 100 self-help books you've read?
Elea Analaya
Elea Analaya 3 aylar önce
Was looking for that too...
Ed Ward
Ed Ward 4 aylar önce
@orenji No? He told us what he learned...
orenji
orenji 4 aylar önce
I was thinking that too. Did we just get click-baited!?
Shane
Shane 4 aylar önce
But the most helpful ones
Geanina Ambrus
Geanina Ambrus Aylar önce
You're simply awesome, Matt! 🙂I love your content!
Fairly Frugal PH
Fairly Frugal PH 2 aylar önce
8:00 "Ultimately, self-help is about the self. That's you. With every piece of content that you consume, consider how you could be an active participant in your own journey, by questioning, implementing and taking action in your own life. Because while it's great to take inspiration from some of this brilliant thinkers who came before you, you need to your own guru." - love this. 🙌
Miguel Dominic
Miguel Dominic 3 aylar önce
Quick implementation of the lessons you learn are the key. Like you know it's good advice even if you only take away one thing from the book but, people don't normally even put the effort in to do what they just learned.
Oscar Bull
Oscar Bull 4 aylar önce
Some very true points. I've had to start reading all of my favourite books again just to take notes and fully consume their insights, would have saved a lot of time had I read them that way the first time round.
Cerita Fanda Vancouver
Cerita Fanda Vancouver 2 aylar önce
Very well said, Matt. I used to love highlighting the books I read and I agreed it's efficient when we need to look back. But then it looks unclean, so I started to take notes then I have too many notes. I like best taking notes and start writing and talking about it or simply listening to your vlogs as you have summarized what you have learned.
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I don’t have a lot of time to read, and that often stopped me from reading at all. If the time commitment of a new book is significant to you, I’d suggest using a strategy I learned a while ago: Go through each chapter and read the first page. You’ll get a good understanding of whether or not that chapter is valuable to you. Only read the chapters that are going to be relevant to you. I’d also suggest writing a short sentence or two above the chapter titles about the key takeaways of the chapter. You won’t want to re-read the book, but a few sentences here and there is easy when you’re revisiting the ideas.
So Your Place Came With A Kitchen
So Your Place Came With A Kitchen 3 aylar önce
Thanks for the video! I'm currently into reading self help/improvement books, too. I prefer to read these in PDF format because I can easily cut/paste passages that I think are gold. For each book I read, I create a “notes” file that I can come back to later and refresh my memory. I feel it makes little sense having a room full of paper books that forests were destroyed for instead of having these easily accessible books all together on my MacBook.
Nemek | Self-Improvement
Nemek | Self-Improvement 4 aylar önce
*I didn't think I would enjoy reading but I started about 6 months ago and now I cant stop! It is super fun to learn new things especially self help books. My current favs are dont believe everything you think, never split the difference, and atomic habits!*
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''sure , the tactile feeling of reading a book is nice '' . That's not just nice , it is The beauty of reading .
Gergo
Gergo 4 aylar önce
Hi Matt! Do you, by any chance, have the list of the self help books you’ve read? I would be very interested to see what they were, as I can’t even cite 100 self help books of the top of my head. Really enjoyed the video, and the ones you’ve made in general. I hope to see more!
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CharlotteModel
CharlotteModel 4 aylar önce
With ratings too
SprintSlow
SprintSlow 4 aylar önce
Nailed it Matt. Another high quality great piece of content. Appreciate all the hard work you put into these videos.
Daniel Humer
Daniel Humer 4 aylar önce
I've been going through a similar experience myself. I just graduated college and been focusing on how to prepare for the working world. Always more insight out there. Cool video!
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shuki1
shuki1 3 aylar önce
The paperback book might be the best technology for a deep dive on a subject. Screens are convenient, but I most enjoy reading something on paper in my hands.
Heyhey Vicky
Heyhey Vicky 4 aylar önce
Some famous books I found to be of no use for me (like power of now or TSAONGAF) and some were almost life changing like atomic habits. One that is still one of my favourites is The Upward Spiral - it helped me more with my depression than my therapist...says a lot about her....
Heyhey Vicky
Heyhey Vicky 4 aylar önce
@hi there Well the major thing I took for me from this book was to be patient and not just trust, but fall in love with the process. As an perfectionist and someone struggeling with happiness in the daily tasks I managed to reframe a lot of things and even when I failed at sonething I still See it now as getting a step closer to a Goal because I learned from it. Basically those things always stuck better in my head when I see the science behind it :) I didn't read the other book, maybe I'll look into it
hi there
hi there 4 aylar önce
What do you have to say about atomic habits. I'd love your opinion on that one! Also about The Now Habit, if you've read that perhaps
Shane Helper
Shane Helper 4 aylar önce
Matt, really really like how direct you were at conveying the concepts you were explaining in this video. Some of the people I take advice from tend to allude to things with metaphors sometimes where the point they’re trying to make gets lost-This video wasn’t like that, good job
MarlinFoundNemo
MarlinFoundNemo 4 aylar önce
You should honestly spend one month reading the Book of Proverbs in the Bible. It is seriously heralded as one of the greatest resources of wisdom about all aspects of life. Read one chapter a day.
Eat Read Sleep
Eat Read Sleep 4 aylar önce
As always, amazing video! "Self-help is about the self" It's also very difficult to give some people recommendations on certain self-help books because not everyone is in that mindset of trying to better themselves.
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Oneblack_coffee
Oneblack_coffee 2 aylar önce
Your content is like a therapy. Be the sight, be it the script, be the "you". Presentation ofcourse matters in every sort and aspect. Indeed, you aced it!! Kudos 👍❤️
Jim Powell
Jim Powell Aylar önce
I learned the concept of "netting out" useful information from the books I read. Highlight, underline, annotate, etc. to markup your book then afterwards build a summary presentation as if you were going to give a 5-10 presentation to someone, then do it. To truly test your understanding of material you have to be able to practice it and teach it. If you can handle any question thrown at you from your audience then you've mastered the material.
R B
R B 4 aylar önce
I listen to your videos when I'm working or cleaning my house. Thank you for breaking things down in such a compassionate and real way. No one has ever spoken to 'me' in a way I can relate to. So thank you. Keep doing what you do!
Covert Op Films
Covert Op Films 4 aylar önce
Nice! Great video! I used to have the problem of taking toooooo many notes and couldn’t finish any book and had too many notes of little value. Now I don’t take hardly any notes, only important parts that affected me, and I read a lot more and benefit much more! Love seeing your process!
Laina Brown-Money at Home
Laina Brown-Money at Home 4 aylar önce
I would probably say that one of my favorite hobbies is reading self-help books. Definitely easy to get lost in the research and forget to do anything about it.
Darlene Marshall
Darlene Marshall 2 aylar önce
I absolutely agree with your choice of the Dale Carnegie book being a top book in its class. Thanks, this is a very useful video
Lolo
Lolo 2 aylar önce
“Secret vice” hahaha. SO true. I love that self-help is becoming more mainstream. But I do think it has some deadly effects. *Especially* in America. Our already self-reliant society just got more self-reliant and separated. We need to learn how to lean on each other. Independence is good, but INTERdependence is a leg-up. *REALLY*.
Synergistic Willow
Synergistic Willow 2 aylar önce
Absolutely love your content! Thank you so much for all the time you put into this!!! It’s AWESOME!
Bloomingpeonies_collective evolution
Bloomingpeonies_collective evolution 2 aylar önce
Thank you 🙏 you made it so comprehensive and provide a good perspective!
Van Rom
Van Rom 3 aylar önce
Absolutely one of my favorite books… it’s a MUST in everyone’s book collection. I’m also a minimalist… great minds think alike
linedpaper
linedpaper 4 aylar önce
fantastic video concept, beautifully crafted, and great utility. would love to see you share your list of the 100 SH books on goodreads or something. and/or a follow up video on your top 10 or so and why? great content as usual, matt! ty!
Phil Huang
Phil Huang 4 aylar önce
7:26 “When it comes to balls I’m the one who’s gonna be rubbing you the wrong way” I laughed so hard at this. Thanks Matt!
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va 4 aylar önce
That literally made me laugh out loud! As an awkward person, I felt called out. 🤣😂
Roberto Balanzar
Roberto Balanzar 3 aylar önce
Ive been reading self help books for 3 years now and taking notes is extremely important otherwise you forget the lessons. Self help book definitely do help you become a better person but you need to always re read some chapters to get you in that mindset again
Josh Miller
Josh Miller 4 aylar önce
Analogy of the transition to adulthood (my perspective) All your life as a kid you're nurtured and taken care of, hidden from a lot of the struggles that you may face when older. The transition of being a kid and becoming an adult is so quick and rough, you’re taught a few things here and there to help the transition but it’s not enough. One day you’re on top of the mountain, the next you're pushed off the cliff into adulthood and you try to stop yourself from hitting the bottom with the tools you have. You pull out your umbrella to slow the fall but it breaks and you keep plummeting and hit the bottom. You then have to pick yourself up and figure out how you can get back up the mountain and develop the tools needed to rise back up, you come across many problems along the way but you have to show adversity to get over these problems you get help along the way but at the end of the day you mostly face these problems by yourself. Many people spend all their life climbing this mountain to find no peak, some make it to the top, some are so badly hurt from the fall they don’t begin the climb.
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@Danny Moore Appreciate it brother!
Danny Moore
Danny Moore 4 aylar önce
I can relate to this in a lot of ways. Well said good sir.
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Your video editing is great. Very inspiring to see the ideas you have and creativity when it comes to content creation.
Book of Psalms
Book of Psalms 3 aylar önce
Good video, I am a multiple reader, meaning that I can't sit to read one book at a time, but read mainly one chapter of each book a night . But I like that take notes and highly. I like repetition but the fact that I lose myself in book stores and forget what books I have read and I think I should read again. I found your video very helpful.
Branden Middendorf
Branden Middendorf 4 aylar önce
1000% Agree to either practice some of what they are saying as you are reading it or annotate your books. The self help book that really "opened my eyes" was How to UnF*ck Yourself. There is a line in there that really stuck with me about him bashing self help books (in a sense people are not putting them into practice) stating something along the lines of: What are you going to do? Buy a new self help book, read it, feel productive for a week and then spiral back into your old habits and buy a new one and restart the cycle. You know what you need to do so start acting and stop "pretending" you are fixing it. At the time I had read 15 or so books back to back no applying or practicing anything. I read less of the books now but do so with more intention to practice what I'm doing to actually help myself instead of putting a bandaid over it
Moch. Faris Dzulfiqar
Moch. Faris Dzulfiqar 4 aylar önce
Here's what I'd learned: 1. You don't need a self-help book/advice in the first place. 2. Be realistic and admit your mistake. 3. Pick a better book, let's starting from pop psychology, pop philosophy, and turn into any classical non fiction works you could find. 4. Redefine your life purpose and reason to exist. 5. Retreating from the social media for a while.
For All Life's Adventures
For All Life's Adventures 2 aylar önce
I can not believe you mentioned The Flinch - I have been recommending this book for so long and very few people take me up on that because they go off onto something else.
H arun
H arun 2 aylar önce
Very nice supplication for students: O Allah, I seek refuge with You from knowledge that is of no benefit, a heart that is not humble, a supplication that is not heard and a soul that is not satisfied.
Toxic States Of America
Toxic States Of America Aylar önce
What you really learn eventually is that they all contradict themselves, and that's because they DO. The only rule which sticks is moderation.
Anthony Hilligoss
Anthony Hilligoss 4 aylar önce
Love the videos Matt!! Thanks for all you do sir.
Anti Kotsi
Anti Kotsi 4 aylar önce
I have been reading/listening some self-help books and you are right, they offer valuable knowledge on how to improve yourself and your life. what I have understood from those books is that " inaction kills dreams" For different reasons some people stop trying or stop dreaming and stay in their comfort zone for many years as a result when they get older they get ever more miserable in their life. One of the best pieces of advice that I received was " every 2 years do something significant in your life: change house, change job, study something, move somewhere else etc , this will be a major aspect to sharper your skills and to get out of the comfortable zone.
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