How many blog posts and self-help books have you read?

How many times have you felt encourage or inspired by a Youtube video or quote picture?

And despite all of this, how often do you feel annoyed, anxious, or bad about yourself because life isn’t going the way you’d like?

It’s not because you suck.

It’s because self-help sucks!

The self-help industry is full of marketing gurus who make big bucks by appealing to your saddest, most hopeful, and vulnerable emotions.

They know your fears, they know your hopes and dreams, and they use them to manipulate you.

Next time you read something that is self-help oriented, I challenge you to analyze how useful, substantive, and actionable the advice really is. What percentage of the information is practical vs. a cute story or cheerleading?


All of that fluffy sunshine and rainbows crap, waste a lot of your time!

Not all of it is horrible, but even the great stuff ends up being useless without a system to digest the information and turn it into life changing action.

Improving your life doesn’t have to be so damn complicated.

I’ll admit it, I’m a sucker.

In the last 10 years, I’ve read every self-help book I could get my hands on. And yeah, some have helped a little, but dang. I have wasted roughly 17,000,690,010 hours learning through trail-and-error what is garbage and what is gold.

Can you believe my journey started with The Secret? … I obviously had no idea what I was doing.

I have learned that 70% of all decent self-help resources repeat the same exact message. Normally at a slightly different angle. So if one author doesn’t deliver in a way that connects with you it might be worth picking up another book, otherwise your time is better spent truly working to understand the what, how, and why to applying any life changing content.

At the end of the day, you really only need to read the best 3-5 books to get a framework of how to change your life.

The trick then becomes having a system to apply the advice in those books, and though those books try to provide you with such a system, I’ve not yet found one that actually works.

It’s like in school, the authors know how to teach, but they leave it up to you to figure out how to learn.

I mean seriously, how many times have you read something, thought it was supreme advice, promised yourself you’d do it, and then… a week goes by, a month, a year, your life. Wait you’re not dead?

That’s the problem how-tobehappy.com addresses.

Here you’ll discover a simple actionable system that will help you take anything you learn and turn it into a permanent part of you and your life.

It’s based on the natural laws and principles of what has been proven to work over the history of mankind and over the course of the self-help industry in general.


You will not find abstract, theoretical, or time wasting sugar coated counsel here. Only practical advice that makes sense and proves itself effective.

Using tangible introspection, education, emotional tools, artistic strategies, and habit creation you’ll soon start upgrading yourself and loving your life like never before.

I know it works, because for the first time in 10 years I finally found a system that has helped me in supersizing my dismal life at a quick rate.

And I’m no angel, I’m not one of these super successful business types that was born with a silver spoon trying to tell the hard working class people to pull it together. I’m just a normal smelly human, born poor, in a scary and dysfunctional family, that decided for whatever reason not to give up.

So if it works for me, I know it’ll work for you.

Here’s my promise.

Pick one thing to work on and I promise you, that if you stick with the advice on this blog for just one month, you’ll start to trend upward.

This website isn’t my get rich quick scheme. It’s my way to experience one of the greatest human emotions, that of helping another human being, contribution.

So what if you don’t experience success?

I’ll meet up with you personally (or Skype, email, etc.) and we’ll figure out something that works together.

So what do you say, are you ready to do things differently?