42 Practical Ways To Improve Yourself
Posted by Dr. Mercola | April 24 2010
“Are you someone who likes to grow? Do you constantly seek to improve yourself and become better?” this Lifehack article asks.
Like the author of this article, I too am passionate about personal growth, which is why I wanted to share their list of 42 practical ways to improve yourself.
Here are the first 20:
- Read a book every day. Books are concentrated sources of wisdom. The more books you read, the more wisdom you expose yourself to.
- Learn a new language. The process of becoming acquainted with a new language and culture is a mind-opening experience.
- Pick up a new hobby. Learning something new requires you to stretch yourself in different aspects, whether physically, mentally or emotionally.
- Take up a new course. Courses are a great way to gain new knowledge and skills.
- Create an inspirational room. Your environment sets the mood and tone for you.
- Overcome your fears. Recognize that your fears reflect areas where you can grow.
- Level up your skills. If you have played video games before especially RPGs, you’ll know the concept of leveling up -- gaining experience so you can be better and stronger.
- Wake up early. Waking up early has been acknowledged by many as a way to improve your productivity and your quality of life.
- Have a weekly exercise routine. A better you starts with being in better physical shape.
- Start your life handbook. This is a book which contains the essentials on how you can live your life to the fullest, such as your purpose, your values and goals.
- Write a letter to your future self. Start working to become the person you want to open that letter.
- Get out of your comfort zone. Real growth comes with hard work and sweat.
- Put someone up to a challenge. Competition is one of the best ways to grow.
- Identify your blind spots. Discovering our blind spots help you discover your areas which need improvement.
- Ask for feedback. Asking for feedback gives us an additional perspective.
- Stay focused with to-do lists. This will help you stay focused.
- Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs). BHAGs stretch you beyond your normal capacity since they are big and audacious.
- Acknowledge your flaws. Everyone has flaws. What’s most important is to understand them, acknowledge them, and address them.
- Get into action. The best way to learn and improve is to take action.
- Learn from people who inspire you. What are the qualities in them you want to have for yourself? How can you acquire these qualities?
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