While I’ve been reviewing this site and slowly doing the required maintenance that this site has needed for ages but was hindered by my previous hosting company, I realized I haven’t really done anything with most of the self improvement programs that I have.

One of the main reasons behind me creating this site was to make the Law of Attraction more accessible and understandable to as wide an audience as I could. The other main reason was to serve as a website for general self-help/self-improvement information as well.

Especially in this economy, we all want to know we’re investing our money into books, audio programs, and video programs that are worth the time and money investment. With that being said, I’ve realized I’ve let you down on this secondary aspect.

Going forward, my intention is to go back over all the programs I have and seriously try to put into practice the teachings of said program. My initial plan is to select a program I have, take the teachings and exercises outlined, and apply the information starting at the beginning of each month.

For me, with everything else I have going on in my professional and personal life, this is going to be a very ambitious plan. What I hope to be to do is to go through the program stated, apply each training, and make a post on the subjective and, if applicable, objective outcomes from following the program.

The process I’m going to follow is going to be as follows:

  1. Start reading/listening/viewing the program information at least a week before the end of the month so I can get up to speed on all the processes involved and to make sure I completely understand what’s going to be involved.
  2. Starting on the first day of the month, depending on what’s involved in the program, I’m either going to:
    a) Start practicing everything the program involves where applicable
    b) Start going through the program again and doing the exercises they outline for that particular section of the program.
    c) If the program has enough exercises or processes available, to focus on one or a small handful of possible exercises each week.
    d) If it’s a one trick pony type program, just do the one process/exercise every day.
  3. Try to write at least 3 updates during the week to give an update on how the program is progressing for me.
  4. At the end of the week, preferably on Sunday, I intend to write an overview of how the week progressed, any beneficial or detrimental things I noticed/felt/experienced by following the program for the week, and any other observations I feel are related to what I did for the week.
  5. At the end of the month, write an overall report on how I felt the current program affected my life, whether I felt it was a good or bad investment of my time and money, and if given a choice as to whether I’d go through it again, would I.
  6. Possibly write an update at the 3, 6, and 12 month mark to provide an update as to whether I continued following some, all, or none of the program.

I’m not going to be naive and believe I’m going to be able to follow this process without missing a beat, especially since I have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, but I’m going to give it my best effort. Hopefully, some of these programs will actually help with my ADHD.

Given that we’re halfway through the month, my plans are to go though the entire Quantum Jumping program and prepare to start practicing the exercises on October 1st. Given that I have both the first and second program in the series, I’m debating on whether to give each one a separate month or combine them together in just one month. From what I remember, there’s about 20 different exercises in each program, so it might be better to just give each one a month, but I’ll let you know when I start the month.

The only major problem I foresee is if I’m going through a book based program, trying to finish the book in time to be able to start at the beginning of the month due to my heavy reading workload. Guess we’ll find out soon enough.