"Growth is the great separator between those who succeed and those who don't. When I see a person beginning to separate themselves from the pack it's always due to personal growth." John Maxwell
People that don't invest in themselves don't do it for one primary reason. They don't believe in themselves.
They don't believe the $10 they spend on a book will give them any new ideas to improve their life.
They don't believe the $500 seminar on improving their business, will do them any good.
Same goes for health. They don't think highly enough of themselves to invest more health-conscious food choices, or spend more time moving and strengthening their body.
The most successful people I know look at a $10 book as a possibility of finding one idea they can turn into thousands of dollars.
They'll happily spend $500 on a seminar, not just for knowledge, but to grow their network with other like-minded and successful people.
They emphasize their health to maximize their levels of energy and confidence.
They believe everything they invest in themselves will be returned to them x 1000000.
They do this with no problem because they are willing to bet on themselves.
Believe in yourself, because you'll never be able to bet on yourself if you don't. People who don't bet on themselves are satisfied with being average.
But you're on my email list, so you're not about that life.
Place your bet. The more you bet on yourself, the more you're bound to get in return.