7 Ways to Constantly Improve Yourself9:03 PM
Focusing on self - improvement has presented many opportunities in our lives— like speaking at liv...
Focusing on self-improvement has presented many opportunities in our lives—
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Love YourselfI listed this one first because I think it’s such an essential one that people so often forget to do. I think many of us have the mentality that if we continue to improve ourselves and become the person we hope to be, then we’ll be able to love ourselves. But what we fail to realize is that without self-love, we can’t reach our full potential.
Read BooksI have always loved to read, and honestly, I sometimes forget that! There are times I’ll go months without reading. Then I’ll finally pick up a good book, and I’ll kick myself for having stopped reading in the first place. I love a combination of fiction and nonfiction. Reading is a fantastic way to stay entertained, get your brain working, and to never stop learning.
Pursue Your Passions and HobbiesIn the era of side-hustles and being able to start your own business for no money at all, I feel like we’ve lost sight of the true meaning of hobbies! Do I love blogging? Absolutely! But now that I make an income from it, there’s significantly more pressure on it. Because of this, I make an effort to revisit my hobbies and interests that I’ll never make money from, but that I still love to do.
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Be Part of a CommunityIt could be your church community, your neighborhood, a special interest group, or your family. Surrounding yourself with positive people in a positive community is an excellent way to constantly improve yourself. I love that spending time with a community allows me to step outside of my comfort zone and do things I might not normally do.
Have Something to Work TowardI am 100% sure that I am best able to improve myself when I’m consistently working toward a goal. Sometimes it’s a blog goal, sometimes it’s a goal for Dave and me in our home or our marriage, and sometimes it’s a fitness goal. Either way, I always try to be working toward something!
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