When I reach the end of a self-improvement project, I feel a complex mix of emotions.
Satisfaction – because, hey, nothing beats completing something difficult.
Pride, especially if I worked hard and learned a lot.
The bittersweet melancholy of a little chapter of your life coming to a close.
But above all, there’s usually a hunger.
A deep, burning desire to continue growing.
I can only be satisfied by answering the question:
Unfortunately, many programs you go through don’t really answer that. They either don’t address it or give you something vague.
Then there are those who say, since you completed a two-week intro course, you’re now ready for this intensive five-year program held in a cave in Thailand – not seeing the gap between those options.
And of course, there’s the old, “to learn more, click here to give me more coin!”
To each there own, I suppose.
To my own, I cultivated a list of what to do next.
As of this writing, it has 29 suggested resources to continue your learning, including:
And, if you’re doing the arithmetic, you can tell there’s a few surprises on top of that.
I expanded this list of resources recently and I’m sure I’ll do it again.
Where can you find this glorious list?
It’s module 19 of 19 – the capstone – of Monster Mind Edukaré. Each item on the list has been carefully chosen. If I don’t think there’s a decent chance it’ll change your life, I didn’t bother adding it, so everything on there is pure, liquid value.
I would have paid hundreds for a curated (and growing) list of top-tier ways to improve your life. It would have saved me a lot of mucking about – and it would have paid for itself over the long run.
This is how Edukaré ends – a crazy long list of things you can do next.
For that, and the 18 modules before it, see what’s all there at this link: