Online education is a crowded space and this makes us ask the question every day — Which course should I pick? As someone who has finished more than 100 (currently at about 123) classes on Skillshare, I’ve seen both the best and the worst of the courses offered on the site. To get you started, I’m sharing my absolute favorite courses about Personal Development. They’re in no particular order. I’ll keep this up to date as I take new courses, so check back and have fun learning!

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How to be lazy and actually create new habits by Pranav Mutatkar: 

Why I love this class: Mutatkar teaches this very simple concept in a brief but concise manner. In fact, this is a brilliant packaging of reverse psychology. The way this course was framed might actually help me create better habits and eliminate guilt about slacking which is highly counterproductive to progress.

I believe everyone needs a reminder of the basics every now and then to keep him/her on the proper path, and this class gives you just that.

We all know the habits we want to create. Sometimes, we have a burst of willpower and intitative that allows us to start this habits. But for most of us the motivational videos and sheer willpower isn’t enough to make these habits last. Pranav Mutatkar will help you understand how to make these habits last with a minimal amount of effort.

This class will teach you how to embrace your lazy and make your habits last.

Take this class right now to start seeing results instantly!

Success: How To Set & Achieve Your Most Meaningful Goals by Vladimir Raykov:  

Why I love this class: This class was short and sweet but had nice nuggets of information that were actionable. If you’ve read many motivational or business books before, you’re probably already familiar with all of the material in this class. But the short bite-sized lesson is a good refresher on a subject that we should all review every so often. The personal examples and insight also make this an enjoyable and informative class.

Did you know that only 3% of people set and write their goals and make plans to accomplish them?

Did you know that these 3% of people are approximately 10 times more successful than the other 97%? In this 13-minute course, you are about to put your hands on life-changing information that is not taught at schools and universities.

And here other great courses you should taka a look:

CBT Therapy: Online Counselling & Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Training Course:

This course is intended for everyone, regardless of their preferred learning style.

It comes with unparalleled support from the course creator, Libby Seery, and she is available to her students 7 days a week.

But equally, it is perfect for those preferring to work independently. It is comprehensive, and yet easy to follow.

This CBT therapy: online counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) training course is designed so that everyone can benefit and make significant changes to their personal and professional life. It’s suitable for beginners, right through to established practitioners. Those who wish to build on their existing knowledge of CBT, and those who have no prior experience of the subject.

Mental Game : 4 Intriguing Attitudes Of Successful Entrepreneurs

In this Class, You are gonna learn 4 such attitudes which differentiates most successful Entrepreneurs.

  • A Sense Of MISSION
  • Beyond OUTCOME Based Goals
  • Separating Emotion From Intellect
  • Better/Stronger Under Pressure

How To PRIORITIZE Your TASKS Using 3 Proven Models

We all lead hectic lives and it’s quite difficult not to entertain a lot of thoughts about – what you want to do and how you would want things done. The multitude and variety of tasks can become overwhelming; many of us are unable to handle the stress and face a dip in our productivity. Prioritization skills become a handy tool in such cases and allow us to plan our day in a manner that not only creates value but creates the right value!

Stop procrastination, improve motivation & productivity: habit-building, psychology & exercises

If you procrastinate and want to fix this problem, this course is ideal for you.

In this course you will examine procrastination from a number of different perspectives, and explain how to reverse it. You will be introduced to a number of different reasons why you may be procrastinating or lacking motivation so that you can identify why you are doing, and what psychological barriers you may be facing.

By the end of the course you should have the tools to reverse your procrastination habit, and have more motivation, and be more productive overall.

How To Break A Bad Habit – 5 Strategies That WORK!

If you’re struggling with a overcoming a bad habit and not seeing much success, you’re going to love this course.

Using a unique and visual one-page worksheet that you can download, print, and reference anytime you like, you’re going to learn why focusing on defeating your cravings is one of the most important elements to overcoming any bad habit.

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  1. smallpositivesteps

    These are great resources I’ve been taking MOOCs as well and also on topics like personal development. I will definitely enroll on some of these especially How to prioritize your tasks and breaking a bad habit. Thanks.

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