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Become an Individual is a self-help blog detailing the ways you can grow inner strength, define your purpose, and cultivate your self-worth. Through a focus of individualism, I hope to assist people in improving themselves in a sustainable way which allows them to help others do the same.
These posts are great starting points to understanding the values of my blog, its purpose, and ultimately, whether or not you’ll benefit from reading anything I have listed out.
Today, we’re exploring what an informed citizen is, why they’re essential, and how to become one.
This week, we’re going to discuss how community, other schools of thought, and constant action deepen your mind.
This week, we’re going to discuss how to stop lying to yourself.
In conclusion to this five-part series, I want to detail why people oppose individualism. Furthermore, I want to offer words of wisdom to help individuals remain inspired in an anti-individual world.
This week, I want to discuss the importance of creating quotes to help inspire you during tough times.
This week, we wrap up the critique of Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell by discussing how to truly become an outlier.
Today, I want to reflect on two years of blogging: what have I learned, why I continue to post, and why you should be an individualist.
Today, I want to discuss Up From Slavery, the compelling autobiography by Booker T. Washington.
Courage, Generosity, Industriousness, Discipline, Persistence, Patience, Gratitude, Zeal, Magniminity, Loyalty, Fortitude, Authenticity, and Frugality. Today we cover all the 13 virtues.
This week, I want to talk about rebellion and what it means to be a rebel.
This week, I want to cover the best ways to excel in the corporate environment. I will teach you how to overcome your laziness, defeat your reservations, and focus on job, so you can dominate at your work place.
This week, we’re adding three new virtues to our virtue list – Industriousness, Discipline, Authenticity. Read more to see how these virtues can help you improve your wellbeing.
Today, I want to conclude the health series and focus on why improving your physical health will help you become an individual.
Today, I want to discuss personal power, self-mastery, and how applying The 48 Laws of Power to building your internal power is essential.
Last year, I started this blog. Today, I want to reflect on why it’s essential to become an individual.
Today I want to revisit the key ten virtues and the value that they have in our daily lives: Zeal, fortitude, persistence, frugality, loyalty, generosity, gratitude, courage, magnanimity, and patience.
It’s time to conclude our goals series by wrapping up what we’ve discussed and review how we can continue to build the future we want. We’ll be covering short-term, long-term, and life goals in this post. Click here to read more.
This week, I want to discuss the importance and value of pride in building ourselves as individuals.
Today, I want to discuss that if we do not exercise power over ourselves, then someone else will exercise it for us. In this post, I go over power and how to develop it for our own sakes as individuals.
Today, we’re going to review the importance of developing emotional control and willpower. Click here to read past posts, read the works of others, and reflect on actionables.