Self improvement - how to improve yourself

Improve yourself

What could you do to improve yourself? Well, let's step one step backwards.

The first question might be: Why should you even bother improving yourself? And I think  the answer to that is something like so you don't suffer anymore stupidly than you have to. And maybe so others don't have to either it's something like that you know, like, there is a real adjunction at the bottom of it. It's not some casual self-help doctrine, it's that if you don't organize yourself properly; you'll pay for it! And in a big way. And so will the people around you.

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And you can say; 'Well, I don't care about that!' but that's actually not true, you actually DO care about that. Because if you're in pain you will care about it. And so you DO care about it even if it's just that negative way, you know. It's very rare that you can find someone who is in excruciating pain who would ever say 'Well, it would be no better if I was out of this!' This sort of pain is one of those things that brings the idea that it would be better if it didn't exist along with it.

It's incontrovertible so you get your act together so that there isn't any more stupid pain around you that necessary. So then the question might be: how would you go about getting your act together? And the answer to that - - and this is a phenomenological idea, too - it's something like; Look around for something that bothers you and see if you can fix it.

So now you think, well... Let's say you go into... You can do this in a room, it's quite fun to do it. Just when you're sitting in a room - maybe your bedroom - you can sit there and just sort of meditate on it and think; 'Okay, if I wanted to spend ten minutes making this room better, what would I have to do?' And you have to ask yourself that. It's not a command, it's like a genuine question. And things will pop out in the room like there's a stack of papers over there that's kind of bugging you and you know that maybe a little order there would be a good thing.

There's some rubbish behind your computer monitor that you haven't attended to for like six months. The room would be slightly better if it was a little less dusty and the cables weren't all tangled up the same way. If you allow yourself just to consider the expanse in which you exist at that moment there will be all sorts of things that pop out in it that you could just fix. And you know I might say well, if you were coming to see me for psychotherapy the easiest thing for us to do first would just be to get you to organize your room You think.

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'Well, is that psychotherapy?'

And the answer is: it depends on how you conceive the limits of your being. And I would say: start where you can start! You know, if something announces itself to you - which is a strange way of thinking about it - as 'in need of repair' that you COULD repair then, hey! Fix it! You fix a hundred things like that, your life will be a lot different. Now, I often tell people too: fix the things you repeat every day. Because people tend to think of those as trivial. You get up, you brush your teeth, you have your breakfast... You have your routines that you go through every day.

Those probably constitute fifty percent of your life! And people think: 'They are mundane, I don't need to pay attention to them.' No, no, that's exactly wrong. The things you do every day: those are the most important things you do. Hands down, all you have to do is do the arithmetic you figured out right away. So, a hundred adjustments to your broader domain of being and there's a lot less rubbish around a lot fewer traps for you to step into. And so that's in keeping with Jung's idea about erasing the this... Once you got your mind and your emotions together and once you're acting that out, then you can extend what you are willing to consider your self and start fixing up the things that are part of your broader extend.

Now, sometimes you don't know how to do that. Imagine you are walking down blur street and there is this guy who is alcoholic and schizophrenic and has been on the streets for ten years. He sort of stumbles towards you and incoherently mutters something that's a problem! And it would be good if you could fix it but you haven't got a clue about how to fix THAT. You just walk around that and go find something that you could fix because if you muck about in that, not only is it unlikely that you'll help that person, it's VERY likely that you'll get hurt yourself! Just because you're experiencing things announce themselves as in need of repair doesn't mean that it's YOU right then and there that should repair the you have to have some humility.

You don't walk up to a helicopter that isn't working and just start tinkering away with it. You have to stay within your domain of competence but most of the time, if people look at their lives... You know - it's a very interesting thing to do. I like the idea of the room because you can do that at the drop of a hat. Go back to where you live and sit down and think: 'Okay, I'm gonna make this place better for half an hour - what should I do?' You have to ASK and things will just pop up like mad and it's partly because your mind is a very strange thing and as soon as you give it an aim - a genuine aim - it'll reconfigure the world in keeping with that aim.

Push yourself

That's actually how you see to begin with so if you set it a task... You have to be genuine about it which is why you have to bring your thoughts and emotions together and then you have to get them in your body so you're acting consistently. You have to be genuine about the aim but once you aim the world will reconfigure itself around that aim, which is very strange. It's technically true! The best example of that - you have all seen this blog where you read the basketballs being tossed back and forth between members of the white team versus the black team and while you are doing that a gorilla walks up into the middle of the video and you don't see it.

If you thought about that experiment for about five years, that would be about the right amount of time to spend thinking about it. Because what it shows you is that you see what you aim at. And that - man! - if you can get one thing through your head as a consequence of even being in university THAT would be a good one: You see what you aim at. And so, because one inference you might draw from that is: Be careful what you aim at! Right? What you aim at determines the way the world manifests itself to you So if the world is manifesting itself in a very negative way one thing to ask is: Are you aiming at the right thing? You know I'm not trying to reduce everybody's problems to an improper aim.

People get cut off at the knees for all sorts of reasons. They get sick, they have accidents. There's a random element to being, that's for sure, but - You don't want to take anything, even that particular phrase, too far You want to bind it with the fact that random things do happen to people. But it's still a great thing to ask.


8 simple self improvement principles

Personal development is a lifelong process but it doesn't have to take you more than a few minutes. To start improving yourself if you're familiar with the two-minute rule you know that any big go0al can be broken down into smaller tasks. Some of these small task stake less than 2 minutes to accomplish but they are likely to get you moving towards. Your larger goals and ambitions just take 2 minutes out of your day after you watch this Blog of course to complete one of these tasks to improve your overall well-being.

Number one 1 :-  is pretty simple it's drink more water a glass

Of water may seem like the smallest of baby steps towards self-improvement but it's still a step forward we often neglect there commendation to drink 8 glasses of water each day. Your body needs water to maintain bodily functions and keep you healthy also dehydration may cause headaches fatigue or problems with your skin. And alot of people are actually dehydrated and they just don't know it so drinking eight (8) glasses a day. Isn't easy if you're not thinking about it so don't be afraid to congratulate yourself when you've actually achieved eight glasses a day.

Ipersonally keep a full glass of water near my desk at all time and I'll drink like crazy all day I drink a bunch of water. The secret is to keep the glass of water full and you also have to use a pretty large glass of water it's a psychological trick called the availability bias that makes your brain think hey there's a bunch of water. There we should drink some water a downside of this is that you have to go to the bathroom quite a bit more but it really makes a substantial difference on your productivity and your energy levels.

Number two 2 :- is to eat Whole Foods

As a general rule the fewer the ingredients the more nourishing the food if you want to have more energy and feel better through out the day. Swap out some processed meals for Whole Foods you can enjoy things like fruits vegetables eggs and nuts just things that you can actually pronounce cut down on chemicals dyes and other ingredients that you can't pronounce. I suggest taking a look at your next meal how many ingredient scan you actually identify if you don't know what you're eating you're more likely to ingest something that will make you feel sluggish and unproductive. Through out the day I know this is like one of the most basic but you can really improve how you feel just by making small changes in what you eat.

Number three 3 :- practice daily gratitude

I know you guys hear this fromme a lot but positivity and gratitude really help to melt away your stress even when you feel that you are down and an attitude of gratitude. Can show you the light and keep you from feeling that you've hit the bottom with a clear and grateful mind you will be more likely to move forward. It's been proven I am in time again that people that are primed with gratitude are more likely to reach their goals for some people. Gratitude is a difficult thing but something you can start doing is keeping a small journal next to your bed whenever you go to sleep and right before you go to bed write down everything on a single page.

Dreams motivation quotes

You were grateful for that name as the nights pass you'll soon have an entire notebook filled up with gratitude once you learn the power of the law of attraction. Something I've talked about in other blog and the neuroscience of the reticular activating system something I'll talk about in psychology of beliefs. You will start to understand how truly important having a positive and grateful mind is for becoming successful it's actually crazy how many research studies can hold this down.

Number four 4 :- is to pick up a book

I also recommend cutting down on some screen time and opening your mind with a good book you can always learn something from reading even. If it's just a new vocabulary word Irie ders and Kindles make it easier than ever to carry around the knowledge of the universe. While youtravel or you curl up on the couch or even when you're going to the bathroom maybe you don't have two minutes to read a whole book.

Well take two minutes to get some recommendations from your friends and family members all it takesis a quick click online to queue up some books on your tablet. When the books are waiting for you you're more likely to actually read them again I do the something that I do with the water using the availability bias. I keep lots of books around me so I'm more tempted to learn from them and actually read them in factright now. I have four personality textbooks on my desk because right now I'm doing some research for a future personality psychology series on this blogs leave a comment below if you'd read that.

Number five 5 :- Is something I've started doing recently

It's just read to a post talk maybe you prefer consuming inspiration with audio you can hop online on YouTube and learn from great speakers in a variety of different fields. If you don't know what to read first some post Talks if you have a specific subject that you want to learn about maybe it's psychology you'll probably. Be able to find a post talk on it if you're open to anything you can really explore a whole worlds worth of different subjects withTed from happiness. To urban planning to biology it's actually crazy how many post they have I personally have been reading a ton of material on personality psychology again.

In fact there's actually a couple of colleges and universities out there that literally record their entire lectures of the semester and upload them if you know how to find them.

Number six 6 :- Is to forgive someone

Now we've all been a victim of wrongdoing at some point in our lives we've all made mistakes just as you would probably like people to forgive. We have to work on forgiving other people even if they haven't directly asked for it forgiveness is a small gesture that doesn't just benefit. The person who did you wrong when you let goof a grudge you also let go of the stress the anxiety and the other negative feelings that you had that you've been cleaning on to for a longtime. I recently finished my likely book "Mindset" and after doing some research and coming up with around 2 hours of meaningful content you start to realized the severe consequences to your mind setif you start to hold grudges.

Number seven 7 :- is to join a group of supportive individuals

Now it might feel hard or difficult to accomplish your dreams alone and in fact it probably is words of encouragement and additional resources can help you find opportunities. And boost your mood and give you more motivation but where do you find a group that is willing to support your journey well think about the group that you want to join. And hop online meet up and Facebook are two great sources to find supportive communities and events meet up if you've never heard of it before allows you to search through different events based on your occupation your interests or your community that you identify with they help you.

Set up meets in your local area do you want to meet up with fellow writers in World maybe real estate investors in Austin well you're likely to find a group that fits your needs on meet up. And also Facebook group share becoming a more popular way to reach out to like-minded people and connectnwith them these groups are often run by experts in their field who offer courses and resources. But the group's sometimes arefree you can also search for physical events to attend through through these groups and lastly in the self-development community we're really hard on ourselves on always trying to find continual improvement.

Number eight 8 :- on this list is to congratulate yourself for this growth

So will you plan to take some time today and complete maybe one of these tips that I've suggested well if you do don't forget to reward your self positive reinforcement. Will encourage you to keep going and keep growing even when that reinforcement comes from within I suggest to take a moment of this day and reflect on the ways that you've improved your overall well-being and plan to complete these actions. Again tomorrow the more you consistently contribute to your self-improvement the faster you and the rest of the world will start to see results.

Below we have given some important 6 book names for you. You can buy it online, this book will help you a lot. I personally suggest reading this book. Because I have read this myself.

  1. Mindset
  2. Any thing you want
  3. Atomic habits
  4. Brain rules v1
  5. Brain rules v2
  6. Models


7 Tips for improve your self

In today’s I’m going to share with you 7 things on this blog to do daily to improve yourself and live a happier and more fulfilled life. Now, let’s read it! Alright, guys. I want to start off this 'Tips' with a quote that I find very fitting:

"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."

I’ve often asked myself throughout the years: Is there a foolproof way to achieve happiness in your life? And I’ve found out that happiness is actually a state of mind. It’s unrealistic to expect to be happy allthe time, but you can definitely implement some daily habits that bring you joy and fulfillment. Here are 7 things to do daily to improve yourself and get in a positive state of mind.

1. Forget About the “Snooze” Button

If you don’t use an alarm clock, chances are you need a smartphone to wake you up in the morning. When you snooze for “just 5 more minutes,”you are actually depriving yourself of waking up fresh and feeling well-rested. Your brain automatically perceives that you are going to sleep for a couple of hours and begins the sleeping cycle all over again. Let me give you a tip that works pretty well,especially if you are a heavy sleeper: put your phone at the farthest corner of the room.

That way, you’ll have to get up to stop the alarm in the morning. A full sleep cycle lasts about 90 minutesand is normally repeated several times each night. If you want to start your day in a good mood,try to get 7.30 or 9 hours of sleep nightly.

2. Drink Lemon Water or Tea

I used to be one of those people who weren’t able to say their name out loud in the morning,without a cup of coffee first. The truth is you don’t necessarily need it to wake up, you are simply addicted to the energy boost it gives you. If you want to be happier and healthier, tryan alternative to coffee like lemon water or tea in the morning. Another way is to not feel as anxious and stressed as you will from caffeine, and at the same time, you will feel more awake. 3. Keep a Journal If your mind is troubled by too many intrusive thoughts in the morning, one of the best ways to fix that is by writing your thoughts down.

By doing that, you will not only free your mind, but you will also feel lifted and ready to start your day in a positive way. One of my favorite journaling techniques is morning pages by Simon.

3. pages with whatever comes to your mind

If you’re wondering how to start or what to write about -- it really doesn’t matter. You can literally fill up the pages with the sentence “I have no idea what to write about”. Trust me, at some point, your mind will start chattering again and you’ll have plenty of things to fill your journal with.

4. Be grateful

There are a lot of things we want to accomplish on a daily basis but being grateful is the best way to acknowledge everything you already have in your life. Write down 3 things you’re grateful for and experience the flow of calm and pure joy that comes with it. I use the 5-minute journal to write down my daily gratitude list of 3 things that I’m grateful for in the morning and I write down3 amazing things that happened to me throughout the day every evening.

By focusing my mind on the abundance I already have in my life, I fall asleep quicker and have a kick-start every day. If you want to check out the 5-minute journal,I will leave a link below.

5-Minute journal

5. Meditate Meditation

Doesn’t have to take much of your time. You can start by simply sitting in a comfortable position and breathing slowly with your eyes closed for at least 5 minutes a day. When you learn to do it on a daily basis,you can switch to 10 or 15 minutes in the morning. Trust me, once you’re committed, this will make all the difference in the world about the way you handle daily stress. If you want to learn more about my experience from meditating more than 1000 days straight, read this books and you will search on youtubes. I will link it below.


6. Practice mindfulness

Mindfulness is all about noticing your surroundings non-judgmentally and grounding yourself by tuning in to your body and observing your thoughts and feelings in the present moment. There’s a great mindfulness technique I like to call “smell the flowers,” because it reminds me of that beautiful feeling that you experience when you’re walking—and you suddenly see some beautiful flowers nearby.

You have 2 choices: You can walk by or you can stop and smell them. You will recognize and appreciate the present moment. Another great beginner mindfulness technique is to use the 5-4-3–2-1 method, which is all about acknowledging 5 things you can see around you, four things you can touch, three things you can hear, two things you can smell,and one thing you can taste.

And the last super simple way to practice mindfulness is by doing a body scan. All you need to do is close your eyes and start scanning every part of your body, starting with your head all the way down to your toes. Pay special attention to any sensations, without judging them or trying to label them. You just need to notice them and let them go link below.


7. Move Your Body

Moving your body doesn’t necessarily mean you should exercise. You can do yoga, stretch your body, or simply dance to your favorite music. There’s a new thing I’ve been trying out since we’re in social isolation right now.

Every day, I hop on blogs and search for something different to spice it up and keep things exciting. One day I’d search for 5-minute cardio,the next day I’d try some tai chi, then - some yoga. You get the point.


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