There Is No Self-Improvement if You’re Not Already Pretty Good
Mike Sturm

The promise of self-improvement is so irresistible and seductive that we hitch our wagons to the mantras regurgitated by self-professed personal growth pundits without sparing a thought whether we are fully aware of our own potentialities and capabilities.We must pause and engage in self-enquiry which would lead to self-love and self-esteem which are the stepping stones for making transformational changes in our lives. This is a cathartic exercise that could open the doors to our subconscious minds which control most of our lives.It will then become easier to identify our shortcomings and address them effectively. Essentially, this is what meditation helps us to achieve.