We are tired of conventional self-improvement - that's littered with cliche advice, wishy-washy positive thinking ideas, and fluff. We want to improve our lives, with the sense that we're already amazing, inspiring, and great.
We realise we're not everything we could be, but even so we accept ourselves for who we are, despite our flaws. Yet we want to move towards better horizons. And we know that wisdom from key, worldwide bestselling non-fiction books could be useful on that journey.
But most non-fiction books are difficult to apply. In going so deep into the theory, what truly matters, can get lost. And reading a book from cover to cover isn't always worth the time. But we want practical ideas that have real value - quickly so that we can take action.
What Makes Growth Notes Unique?
Growth Notes isn't just about summarising non-fiction books; it's about bringing them to life. And it's specifically designed for individuals looking to live a spiritual life as they go about achieving their goals. To that end, books in spirituality and achievement - form the bulk of the growing library.
"The true [way] lies not in a process of accumulation…but rather in elimination" - John Little, The Warrior Within.
We live in a world that constantly promises us more. But our focus and efforts are best spent on focusing on less. If we are able to do this well, we will then be able to free up time and mental bandwidth to fill our days with activities, projects and habits that we find especially meaningful and important.
With this in mind, each Growth Note (7 Page guide) starts with a section, titled 'Trim Weeds', where the few most crucial habits to avoid, based on a book's wisdom, are uncovered. Afterwards, the second section named 'Plant Seeds' takes us through an exploration of just a few, key game-changing habits worth applying immediately.
Growth Notes explores insights, from someone who is deeply passionate about bringing books to fruition in daily life - in an autobiographical and actionable style through video and the written form. This makes Growth Notes more relatable than your average book sumarry service - you'll never feel like you're being force fed "advice" .