How To Invest In Yourself; A Framework For Changing Your Life!


My framework for getting places, accomplishing things and living in a way that makes me happy.

This isn’t a bullshit, head in the clouds, you can do it if you just *believe*post. There’s plenty of those out there. I’m not going to write another one.

This post is about how to actually, practically invest in yourself in a way that is going to pay real dividends.

How to take the steps today that will enable you to be a better person, a better creative, a better developer or a better business owner tomorrow.

And how to do awesome things with your life.

It involves 4 steps. They aren’t even complicated.

This is my framework for investing in myself. I follow it every day, and I tell anyone who asks for my advice that they should follow it, too.

It’s not a difficult system at all, but it can have a huge impact.

I created this because I know too many people who live their lives without direction. They finish school, get a job and then spend 60 or 70 years falling with style.

They take on new skills as they come to them.

They go through whenever learning happens to them and they slowlydevelop into whatever person their life has made them.

Sure, it’s fun to live life as it comes. Structure isn’t everything, achievements aren’t everything.

For a lot of people, trying to follow any kind of guidelines like the ones in this post will be a disaster. It just won’t work for t

hem, and that’s fine.

And then there are people like me. The people who need that structure or we freeze.

We fail. We struggle. We lose direction. If you’re in that boat, this post is for you.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

A note taking app or notebook

A spreadsheet app (Airtable is amazing)

A browser for research

A calendar or calendar app

1. Write A List Of 100 Things.

Define where you want to get to, no matter where that is.

I have a list of 100 things I’m going to do in my life. It’s not a bucket list, it’s not things I wish I could do — it’s things I really am going to do.

It took me 3 hours to put that list together, and it covers everything I’ve wanted to accomplish or experience since I can remember…

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