Constantly Invest In Yourself

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself.

anonymous.

Make at least one improvement that makes you better at something every single day. It sounds daunting but improvement don’t have to be huge , they can be really small which incrementally leads to huge change.

Think improving just 1% each day and build upon that every single day. Doing so has a dramatic effect and will make us 37* better , not 365% (3.65*) better at the end of the year.

You need to fight to improve.

Good things came to those who go and get them , nobody achieved greatness waiting for it to find them.

Lessons From 20-Something

  • Failure is a necessary and valuable part of growing up , because by our 30s we will inevitably have faced some setbacks.
  • In our 30s , we are perhaps finally old enough to head some good life advice.
  • Don’t compare yourself to others.
  • Practice Gratitude.
  • Embrace the beautifully messy , ordinary adult lives most of us lead.
  • Don’t adhere too rigidly to any one vision for your life.
  • Be flexible and adaptable.
  • Finally , Figure out what you want verses what you think you want and adjust accordingly.

Rule of Five Years

If you use five years wisely , you can come out the other side of them exactly where you want to be. Yes , Five years rule works….

It takes five years to fully re-invent yourself —- said by Entrepreneur James Altucher.

It takes four to six years to build a blog that create wealth —- said by Blogger Jon Morrow.

In between the five years — Use Rule 100 : Write 100 blog , do something 100 times to get good at it. Don’t focus on making each one perfect ; just focus on doing your things , over and over.

But first you have to start and be consistent throughout and Don’t quite.

In the beginning , we might just be trying to survive . Most people quit in this phase.

Benefits Of Journaling

Start a journal — because a life worth living , is worth recording.

  1. Journaling evokes mindfulness.
  2. It reduce stress.
  3. Journaling helps you achieve your goal.
  4. Improve your emotional intelligence.
  5. It can Reduce Symptoms of Depression.
  6. It can help improve your memory.
  7. Journaling can help improve your sleep.
  8. Increases productivity.
  9. Improve your physical Health.

Keep a Success Diary

Motivate yourself with a success diary…..!

Writing down what you did well can give you a sense of achievement.

In other words , once a professional success gives you a feeling of accomplishment , you’ll be more motivated to keep working hard to achieve more success.

Positive emotions like this release the neurotransmitter dopamine , which makes you feel good , gives you energy and motivates you to keep doing things that will trigger the release of more dopamine.

All things considered , if you really want to move your life forward , don’t forget to keep a success diary.

Because when you understand how your actions led to a positive outcomes , you’ll literally have your own formula for success at your fingertips.

Learn To Accept And Love Yourself

Love yourself first and everything else falls in line . You have to really love yourself to get anything done in this world.

In other words , show some self compassion.

Scientist say it can make you more successful because you’re learning from your missteps , instead of just berating yourself for them.

One self compassion exercise involves treating yourself as you are best person.

Invent your world ; Surround yourself with people , color , sound and work that nourish you.

Forgive Yourself

We can expect to have some regret and we shouldn’t feel bad about having them.

Journalist Kathryn Schulz.

Forgive yourself. Kicking yourself over past failures won’t change what happened , it will just leave you sore from being kicked so much.

Give up all hope for better past.

Own who you have been so it doesn’t own you.

The point isn’t to live without any regrets , the point is to not hate ourselves for having them.

We need to learn to love the flawed imperfect things that we create and to forgive ourselves for creating them.