Hi, my name is Mosab Alkhteb.
Self-development shouldn’t teach you tactics and tricks. It must teach you mentalities and fundamentals ideas that when you apply them, you change yourself by yourself.
In simple words, SelfChanging will give you something beyond the tactics and hacks and tricks. It’ll give you real, and deep, fundamental mentalities, beliefs, and ideas that are backed up by research (most of the time). Non-BS tips that are deep enough to help but yet easy enough to be understood.
Here are some articles to start with:
- The Art of Change: How to Change Yourself (or Anything!)
- I Hate My Life: Here’s How to Hate it a Little Bit Less
- How to Handle Failure and Mistakes – A Realistic Approach
- I Feel Nothing: How to Beat Emotional Numbness
- 5 Psychological Forces to Turn Your Life Around
- How to Get Your Shit Together: 7 Proven Steps
- What is Arousal Addiction and Why You Should Care
This is for you if…
- You’re sick of the superficial tips and you want something deeper and something that works.
- You’re ambitious. You have big goals and aspirations that you want to reach.
- You want to change something that you don’t like about your personality, mentality or behavior.
- You like to learn. Knowledge is power, you never know what piece of information can change your life.
- You want to become better.
- You need something that encourages you while climbing your own mountain and fighting your own wars.
- All the above!
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Who Am I
My name is Mosab Alkhteb. On the pages of this site, you can get to know me better.
Technically, I’m a self-development blogger.
I’m supposed to write blog posts that help people deal with their personal, mental, social and even psychological problems.
To be exact, I write about change problems.
I write about issues that I’ve dealt with in the past. I also write about issues that I’m dealing with now.
So, I’m a blogger. And I’ve seen myself as one for a long time, especially when I first started.
And I’ve also seen myself as a self-development “guru”. Something that boosted my ego and made me feel important.
But, I want to get rid of those two titles!
I feel that both of them are fake and they don’t reflect who I am or what I do (at least how I see myself).
I’m a person who is constantly learning and sharing what he learns. That’s who I’m.
You can’t teach people about self-development unless you do practice what you preach.
I can’t write about self-development (and change) without applying what I write. I can’t write about self-development without dedicating myself to learn, read, go through experiences, and walk my talk.
So, that’s how I like to define myself. I learn, I do my best to grow, I share, I grow as a result of sharing, I repeat.
I would like to stick to this definition. Humbly learning, and boldly sharing, hoping that in the process I would help someone out.
More about me:
- I’ve been self-studying psychology for 4 years, and I intend to do that for the rest of my life.
- I’ve been reading self-development books since I was 15 or something (not because I was super-smart, they were just available).
- Out of necessity, I had to go deeper on both topics.
- I suffered from shyness, social anxiety, lack of self-confidence and a low self-esteem. Self-development and psychology helped me pick myself up.
- Now I do public speeches, I approach people on the street, pursue my dream regardless of what people think, I’m more confident, disciplined and happier.
- No, I’m not perfect. Neither I’m a guru nor do I have all the answers. I’m just sharing what I know and what I’m learning everyday in the hope of creating something that will help someone out there who is struggling with some of the things I struggled with.