In the past 50 years or so, self improvement has all been about changing the outer layers of yourself. This isn’t the most successful approach. When you change the way you behave, without changing yourself, it leads to a life of falsehood.
This is why someone like Benjamin Franklin focused on improving his virtues rather than his social skills or time management skills. When you get your priorities straight, time management becomes 10 times easier to learn. When you become a genuinely friendly person, social skills comes almost by itself. Change yourself, before you change what you do.
However, a read-through of Ben Franklin’s biography will show you how difficult it is to grow your virtues. This why you need a life coach. I have studied the ways of self improvement and personal change. Let me guide you through the process and make your change easier.