Free Report: Self Development For Lazy People

It’s a constant personal goal of mine to be constantly improving as a person. Improving my skills, increasing my knowledge, becoming more selfless, all so I can help more people and myself in the process.

I encourage you to always be striving to improve yourself too. Life is too short to waste away being mediocre.

It’s so much more fun when you learn new things, stretch yourself with new challenges and see yourself grow.

And from personal experience, even though it may seem “too hard” at times, the changes that hard work can bring to your life and the lives around you really make it worth it.

As a special gift for being a loyal reader or if you’re just stopping by for the first time, here’s a report you can download at no cost:

“Self Development For Lazy People” How To Develop Your Life So You Can Become, Do and Have Anything You Want!

>> Download Here << (PDF file 200kb – right click and save to your hard drive)

It’s a short read, just over 20 pages. It goes through a simple “self development plan” which is exactly what you need if you’re lazy like me.

Things are so much harder when you don’t have a plan to follow.

Enjoy and if you like it, please “re-tweet” this post and leave your comments about the report below!

Stuart Stirling

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20 Responses to “Free Report: Self Development For Lazy People”

  • Anonymous on February 16, 2012

    Well done, Stuart. Again!
    Best wishes,

  • Anonymous on March 6, 2011

    Hi Stuart, thanks for this great report! Self development is extremely important and “Self Development For Lazy People” says it all!!

  • Mark Vice on June 12, 2010

    Great post!

  • MarkAW on June 11, 2010

    Thanks for the Book just downloaded it looking forward to reading it. Must be good with the feedback from it,
    .-= MarkAW┬┤s last blog: Buy Marketing =-.

  • Lyda Eisenzimmer on June 10, 2010

    Thank you for keeping us updated. I really appreciate it and find all the information very useful.

  • Stephanie Ledoux on June 6, 2010

    Thank you very much for the free report, Stuart! I will definitely pass it along. I love the title, it’s like you are speaking to me. ­čÖé

  • rusliesophian on June 5, 2010

    Thanks for free report, Stuart. I will this with my readers.

    I will link your site to my blog.
    .-= rusliesophian┬┤s last blog: Cuti-Cuti Pulau Pinang =-.

  • Louise on June 4, 2010

    Thanks Stuart! fantastic quick overview on self-empowerment and finding balance in these crazy fast times.

    I like that it’s a quick read yet touches on real techniques to get anyone started and on their way to lving the life they really want.

    I will have to add this to my site!

  • Ashawndra Michelle on June 4, 2010

    This is some powerful stuff stuart this will defidently help me in most aspects of my life ­čśÇ

    i hope you continue to be very successful would love to hear from you

    Talk soon,

    Ashawndra M.

  • Roger Loh on June 4, 2010

    Great book… thanks! I like the part on the various habits that we must avoid… which brings us to our consciousness, so to speak, to be aware of what might be stopping us from success!

  • David Wong on June 3, 2010

    Thank you for this good report, it really helps. I will definitely share it with others. Do share more insights with us.

  • You have some real gems of wisdom in there Stuart.. thanks very much. I’ll pass it on.

    • Stu Sensei on June 3, 2010

      Thanks for your comment John. Check your inbox for an email about your website.

  • Stu Sensei on June 3, 2010

    Thanks for the comments everyone! Glad to hear that it’s helping.

    Hilary, that would be awesome if you could share it from your site. Thank you!

  • Gary Tanner on June 3, 2010

    Hi Stuart,

    Thank you for the free report. I was most impressed with the section dealing on stress. Everyone in this business deals with stress on a daily basis.

    Great blog as well. I really enjoyed the section on getting comments on your blog. As usual, I will put that tip to use tonight on mine.

    Thanks again Stuart.
    .-= Gary Tanner┬┤s last blog: Email Marketing Made Easy for Newbies =-.

  • Hilary Stewardson on June 3, 2010

    Great book, Stuart. I will put it on my website as a special present to my readers. Lots of good stuff!
    .-= Hilary Stewardson┬┤s last blog: Healing Visualization =-.

  • ed gaerlan on June 3, 2010

    hello stu sensei,

    I should say whatever you mentioned here is true and always encouraging,and inspirational, like what you wrote on top of your this article “life is too short to waste away….etc”, its true, but their is always the reality for limited resources and knowledge for small time online business men specially for your kind of business and its a big risk on our part really to make a commitment for such and risk things without a fall back if something goes wrong.Anyway, thank you for your patience sending all the stufffs and how to’s to improve life or business.

  • Phillip P. Brewer on June 3, 2010

    Right on Stuart. I was the worlds worst procrastinator and I have some what overcome that now. I am self-motivated to work, not just on my full time Internet Marketing Business but also in the house and the yard and well, basically I’m just not lazy any more and it feels great to actually finish things that I start. I will surely devour this report and put it to much use. Thanks a lot.

    Phillip P. Brewer

    • Stu Sensei on June 3, 2010

      Awesome, thanks for the comment Phillip. Yes, it sure does feel great to get important things done in all apsects of life.

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