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How to Get More From Life

How to Get More From Life

Getting more from life, to me, isn’t a specific action or a 12-step plan. It’s a philosophy that is always geared towards improvement. It’s about never being satisfied with the status quo, and having an insatiable hunger to improve the quality of your life and the quality of the things you achieve in it.

No platitudes, no feel-good mantra. Getting more for life, for me, just seems to be the only words to describe that gut feeling I get when I think about what I want to do on this earth. And considering the roughly ten thousand readers following the blog, I don’t think I’m the only person who shares this gut feeling.

This blog started as a 17-year old kid, bright-eyed with equal doses of enthusiasm and naïvety wanting to share this gut feeling. Today, it’s a 21- year old kid, with probably about the same amounts of enthusiasm and naïvety.

No, I don’t have all the answers.

No, I don’t follow my life philosophy perfectly. I’m human and I make mistakes.

Yes, I’m 21. I’m not a guru. Just a person like you, often struggling to figure everything out.

My solution to this was to write a book that cohered my current thinking on all of the major themes covered in this blog. How to Get More From Life is a 60+ page, full-color ebook that covers:

  • My overall philosophy towards self-improvement
  • Habits
  • Learning
  • Productivity
  • Fitness
  • Social Skills
  • Entrepreneurship and finding your passion
  • Motivation, confidence and happiness
  • My views on the meaning of life

The book details the status of many of my different ideas in my life as of this moment. Such as: which habits I’m currently running, how this business is doing and what a self-proclaimed atheist feels is the meaning of life.

How to Get More From Life

by Scott H. Young (PDF) – 9 chapters, 62 pages

How to Get More From Life by Scott H. Young

About The Author


My name is John Eye and I’m obssessed with ebooks, loves to procrastinate, a bookworm and one that loves to share with the world what free ebooks have to offer.

1 Comment

  1. Dani Mughal

    Looks pretty good book.

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