The Self Help Toolkit
Today, we have more knowledge and information about how our minds work and how to improve our minds than ever before.
This is thanks to many new studies and research in psychology and neuroscience.
Because of all this knowledge, there are no more excuses to NOT begin taking advantage of this information and applying it to our daily lives.
"The Self Help Toolkit" accomplishes this. It's a huge collection of digital guides and workbooks that anyone can use to start building a more happy and successful life.
It includes 50+ powerful tools and exercises, each described step-by-step so you know exactly how to transform them into your everyday life.
- "I don't deserve happiness or success."
- "I'm not fulfilling my potential in life."
- "I'm just too broken to fix."
The good news is that these feelings can motivate you to make a change for the better - if you're willing to start trying new things.
It's common for us to have to go through a negative phase in our lives before we can come out a stronger person.
This is what "The Self Help Toolkit" is all about. It equips you with the tools you need to empower yourself when you are going through the inevitable obstacles and challenges that we all face in life.
Hi, I'm Steven Handel, creator of the "Self Help Toolkit."
Before I started learning about psychology and self-improvement, I have to admit my life was really bad. I suffered from incredible depression, anxiety, and lack of confidence.
It was all built up over years of never fitting in at school, being bullied and made fun of, never being comfortable around people, and having very little goals or passions in life.
Life became a chore. I was at a point where I spent most of my days just lying in bed, sleeping, and barely eating.
The feelings of sadness, frustration, and helplessness eventually reached a point of critical mass.
I knew one thing and one thing only: I had to make a change, because this current path was unbearable and unlivable.
What was this change? It felt like I was choosing between “life” or “death.” Should I just end myself? Or should I give life one more chance and see where I can go with it?
It was a tough decision, but I decided to give life another shot.
It was at this moment that I wanted to learn more about psychology and the human mind. I figured my mind was the main source of all my troubles and depression, as well as my potential happiness and success.
If I know how my minds works, maybe the rest of my life could begin to fall into place.
Starting my path toward self improvement was the best decision I've ever made.
For the first time, I'm giving away all of my discoveries about happiness and success to anyone who is willing to learn them.
This is the result of years and years of research into many different scientific fields, including: cognitive psychology, positive psychology, neuroscience, and social psychology.
I've been reading, thinking, and writing about how our minds work everyday for over 8 years now, including over 500 articles I've published on my website The Emotion Machine.
My point is: I literally eat, breathe, and crap this stuff on a daily basis. It's a passion of mine.
In the "Self Help Toolkit," I've taken everything I've learned and explained it in a simple and down-to-earth way that anyone can understand and begin applying to their life.
And the best part is what took me years and years of research and experimentation to discover, you can get access to in just a single day.
I really wish I could've had this information when I was first starting out. But it makes me happy that other people can now take advantage of this information too.
You're probably smart enough to be a bit skeptical now. I'm the same way: I believe you always need to test something to see if it really works.
So I found 25 participants, told them to complete my "31 Day Workbook" (which is only one of many guides you'll find here), and then had them measure their progress before and after.
As you can see above, the average "Happiness" score at the start was a low 54 out of 100. But by the end of the workbook, it went up to a healthy score of 76.
The results actually surprised me. Of course, I expected to see a positive change, but I didn't expect to find that much change in just a short period of time.
*Not based on a scientific study
Of course, everyone has their own version of happiness and success. Happiness for one person can look very different than happiness for another.
My goal isn't to define "happiness" or "success" for you - or tell you what you should or shouldn't do with your life.
That can only be your choice and your responsibility.
My goal is only to provide you with the tools and resources you need to find out what works best for you.
Like any toolkit, the tools inside can be used for any goal you choose to pursue. It's ultimately up to you how you use it and apply it to your own life.
“I don’t understand how one person can give so much away for almost FREE! The Self Help Toolkit is a fantastic resource, which comes with many additional bonuses, for anyone looking to get their life back on track. I would highly recommend downloading these extraordinary tools and using the techniques to move your life forward.”
- Christopher Delaney
“When I first came across The Self Help Toolkit pretty much every aspect of my life was in disarray. I was overweight, I was addicted to some seriously hard drugs, I was jobless, living in an RV, in a horrible relationship and still dealing with trauma that happened to me over a decade ago. Every morning, for years, I woke up into the nightmare I was living. For months I read Steven's advice. One by one I started implementing his suggestions. I started believing in myself again and wanting more from my life.”
- Candice Brazil
"The Self Help Toolkit really helped me to clarify what was most important to me in my life and provided me with specific and actionable steps so that I could start my journey towards personal growth. The gratitude and meditation bonus resources have allowed me to create what I like to call a ‘happiness practice.’ Because of these guides I have been able to create more joy for not only myself but for those in my life that are the most important to me."
- Justin Miller
Ready To Get Yours? The Complete "Self Help Toolkit" Includes...
This is the main guide which includes key chapters on beliefs, emotions, habits, relationships, work, and health - all which come together to give you a "complete picture" of your mind and mental health.
This workbook includes 9 different meditations to help you improve your awareness toward many areas of your life, including a "Breathing Meditation," "Sound Meditation," and "Walking Meditation."
This guide is focused on how to properly set "big goals" in your life (both at work and home) and how to stay motivated while working to achieve them. It includes practical advice and exercises.
This workbook includes 8 different tools and exercises designed to help you better manage your emotions and respond to them more effectively in your daily life
A comprehensive guide on everything relationships, including helpful exercises to improve your self-esteem, communication, body language, empathy, and build healthier connections with others.
A 31 day step-by-step crash course, including daily exercises, to help get you started on your self improvement journey and start seeing immediate benefits. Easily printable too!
This is a 15 day workbook that will walk you through different tools and exercises related to improving gratitude and appreciation toward your life.
This guide includes everything you'll ever need to know about "positive affirmations" how to actually use them, including over 100 affirmations from my own personal collection.
In the past couple of years, I've continued to add new guides to this package - you'll get all of them absolutely free! This just shows you how 100% dedicated I am to sharing this stuff.
30-Day 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed - Try Out These Tools For Yourself!
My goal is to provide people with valuable and life-changing information that makes a real difference. I want to help people, not just make money. That's why "The Self Help Toolkit" comes with a 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked.
I want to give everyone the opportunity to try out these tools for themselves. It's the only way to know if they work or not for you. With this guarantee, there is literally zero risk on your end - all I ask is that you're honest.
“Steven has continued to keep up the great work and has turned to an even more scientific focus doing a great job breaking down and exploring ideas and articles that are normally locked up in academic circles.”
- Sam Spurlin
“Each subject in The Self Help Toolkit is very well explained, written in a simple yet beautiful manner that helps the reader understand important concepts in a deep and profound way. All in all, this package has given me a new perspective on things, and I believe anyone can benefit from it. ”
- Sneha Kukreja
“This book is a good handbook on self improvement. It gives you lots of ways to improve your life. It is easy to read and entirely practical. Making a significant change in even one of the areas it touches on will repay many times the price. Highly recommended.”
- Evan Hadkins
“The Self Help Toolkit has provided me with much more happiness, relaxation, and meaning in my life. Steven's recommendations are invaluable to anyone who wants to learn how to live life more and enjoy it fully. ”
- Susan Handel
Of course, no matter where you are in life there is always room for improvement, but I personally had to hit rock bottom before I showed an interest in this stuff at all.
However, as it turned out: starting my transformation at 17 years old was really fortunate for me - that's a lot sooner than when most people start (if ever).
And looking back, I can see how a lot of these tools have had an exponentially positive influence on my life over time.
Most of the exercises and tools in The Self Help Toolkit are things I've been practicing for at least half a decade now. And the best part is that I can imagine myself still building off of these tools until the day I die.
These tools are diverse and multi-purposeful. I'm sure there are countless ways you can use them that I haven't even thought of yet. I view them as a starting point to self-discovery, self-analysis, and self-improvement, but there's no end in sight to their practicality.
Where will I be 10 years from now? 20? 50? I can't possibly know for certain. But if I keep doing what I'm doing, I know it'll be some place wonderful. That's how confident I am in the tools my mind is equipped with.
Can you say the same for yourself?
If not, take this opportunity to improve your life and consider learning these tools and exercises for yourself - start building a better future today.