Ever since we were young, we were told to excel in academics, focus on getting good grades and ace our exams. In schools and colleges, the learning has always been more directed towards academic courses but the importance of self-improvement often goes unnoticed. The problem is you cannot run away from yourself.
So how do we strive to be better people?
Thanks to the following guests for participating:
Kate Hanley is a book author, New York Times-bestselling ghostwriter, and personal development coach. She is the author of How To Be a Better Person, and a podcast host of the same name. Here is the full interview:
Spanish-British photographer Susana De Dios
Labour Scotland LGBT+ Trans Officer Heather Herbert
Parenting teenagers expert and psychologist Angela Karanja
Here are some of the resources from the show:
Life coach and author Mike Bayer explains his belief that everyone has a “best self” and an “anti-self” on the Dr Phil Show.
Books looked at this week:
Kate Hanley: How to Be a Better Person: 400 plus Simple Ways to Make a Difference in Yourself
Mike Bayer: Best Self: Be You, Only Better
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