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How to use and impliment change to improve your life

Raymond Baxter, The Relationship Blogger

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11 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

    • Hobbies

    • Volunteering your time

    • Learn

    • Give up something

    • Travel

    • Be vulnerable

    • Reconcile with your past

    • Be confident

    • Learn to love you

    • End


About This Class

I was a man, in my twenties at the edge of self-destruction. I was heading straight to laying face down in a gutter somewhere in a few years if I didn't change my life. That was the sad fact of things. It didn't strike me that this was the case until I had once again, chucked my job and any sort of social life I had down the toilet. And that sparked me wanting to make the changes to my life that I needed to make - don't wait until something drastic is happen, don't make the mistake that I did and change only at my lowest point. Start to make some positive steps in the right direction today!

It took an enormous amount of upheaval to change the way I was, but it was worth it in the end. I want to document how I did this, and how you can use this, or any of the lessons to impliment change into your life in any way. Remember that change is a slow process, so only attempt these ideas one step at a time, it's not a quick fix - I'd actually love to see everyone do well.





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Raymond Baxter

The Relationship Blogger

Hello! I'm Raymond Baxter, popularly known as The Relationship Blogger.

I run a fairly popular website about human connection in the blogosphere, of which I have reached out to The Huffington Post and The Good Men Project and blog for them too, and various other mainstream publications.

My last job, as a Project Manager was setting up groups in the community for people to feel part of the wider area, and a bond with each other. I designed, set up, managed and reviewed these grou...

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