This book illustrates how to use self reflections to improve teaching of economics. It differentiates between two kinds of self reflections. One kind is long tern reflections upon one's life long experience of learning, research and teaching. These reflections help to shape one's long term career path and long term strategy in teaching. The other kind is short term reflections upon one's current teaching. These help to improve one's current teaching in and out of the classroom immediately. The book presents the author's long term reflections upon his over three decades of learning, research and teaching in Singapore, Canada, America, Taiwan and Malaysia. The book also presents the author's short term reflections upon his three years teaching experience at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus from 2011 to 2014. Among the short term strategies proposed are interactions between instructor and students, integration of multimedia technology into teaching, write to learn approach, problem solving approach, active learning approach and multidisciplinary curricula. Among the long term strategies proposed are taking courses on teaching and writing of textbooks and memoirs.