How to Work on Oneself

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Eine Skizze zur selbstzweifelnden Selbstverbesserung (und Exempel fĂĽr einen getriebenen Autor).

Format und Preis E-Book (EPUB und PDF), 4,99 Dollar
Kindle-E-Book (kostenlose App für Android und iOS), 4,99 Euro
Paperback, 6,99 Euro
Vorschau Ausgewählte Kapitel (PDF, 230 KB)
Seitenzahl 43 (E-Book)
Sprache Englisch
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Leanpub (höherer, von Leanpub bestimmter Preis, aber inklusive Spende)
ISBN 978-0-9911480-4-2
Letzte Version 1.5.9 (Buch gekauft, aber mittlerweile alte Version? Kontaktiere mich, vielleicht kann ich helfen)


How can we learn more effectively? How can we best work on ourselves? How do we grow? That is the subject of this brief book, this short sketch by interim philosopher and world traveler, Jens Oliver Meiert. A light treatise on personal growth, he goes over 20 paths to get to know ourselves, for “we are okay as we are, but we can always improve.”

→ This is the book if you opt to explore different ways of driving yourself a little crazy.

The outline:

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Dilemmas
  • Fundamentals
  • The 20 Paths
    1. Learn
    2. Read
    3. Listen
    4. Take Notes
    5. Pick Excellent Sources
    6. Pick Unassuming Sources
    7. Be Cautious Around Media
    8. Be Suspicious of Entertainment
    9. Ask Questions
    10. Ask Yourself Questions
    11. Brainstorm
    12. Make an Effort
    13. Be Diligent
    14. Develop Routines
    15. Improve Skills
    16. Use Tools
    17. Change the Point of View
    18. Cultivate a Reflex
    19. Focus on the Process
    20. Dial It Up
  • Alternatives
  • Emergency Exit
  • Afterword
  • Bibliography
  • Feedback
  • About the Author
  • About How to Work on Oneself

Ăśber mich

Gemäß Klappentext; beachte gegebenenfalls weitere Angaben über mich:

Jens Oliver Meiert is a German author, philosopher, adventurer, artist, and developer, sometimes all at once—and sometimes none at all. Jens, who has written seven non-bestselling books about a variety of topics (last: The Little Book of HTML/CSS Coding Guidelines), is currently studying philosophy and economics at the Universität Hamburg. He has in the past been a technical lead at companies like Google and GMX, traveled the world (18 countries on 5 continents in 2012, 48 countries on 6 continents from 2013–2015), and run a number of art-political campaigns (like: Endless Peace). Jens loves coffee, men’s fashion, and Werder Bremen. Online, he lives at

❧ Am Buch wirkte außerdem Sarah M. Tyrrell (Lektorin) mit.

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