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If you have reached that point in your life where you want to take your life to higher level. Good for you. Contrary to popular belief, improvement in your life does not require drastic changes or must take long time in order to see measurable results. Many times all it takes is baby steps implemented consistently for a period of 30 days.


Here are seven things you can do to improve yourself.

 

  •     Develop a gratitude attitude. We can easily forget what we have to be grateful for in our day to day lives. However, when you appreciate what you have, what you have appreciates in value.  You will have hard time if you aren’t thankful for what we already have. Every morning and at the end of every day think of at least two things that you are grateful for that day. You can express your gratitude verbally or you can create a gratitude journal and write it down.
  •     Maintain a positive attitude. Positive thinking is one of the main ingredients of every great success story. Your mind must believe it can do what you are desiring to do. Replace negative thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts.
  •     Surround yourself with positive people. Find people to hang out with that have a positive attitude and a love for life. Find those who express gratitude for what they have. Associating with these kinds of people will have a positive effect on how you act and think.
  •     Live with passion. If you want joy in your happy, fall in love with what you are passionate about. We only a short time on this earth, why not spend some of that time doing something you are passionate about or with someone you love.
  •     Remove hate from your heart. Hate is a poison which will corrode your mind and soul and cloud your vision. You will end up hurting yourself more than the people you hate. Hate empowers those who you hate.  As hard as it seems, forgiveness is the remedy. So let go of the resentment and pain, and instead choose to learn from the incident and move on with your life.
  •     Read every day. Read at least 30 to 60 minutes every day about personal and professional development topics. Doing this will place ahead of the majority of people who don’t look to invest in improving their skills. Topics like time management, leadership, communication, relationships are invaluable and will yield in great rewards for you.
  •     Take action every day towards your goals. Procrastination is the enemy of success. Get a hold of yourself and have discipline. What we don’t start today won’t be finished by tomorrow.  Remember that finishing last is better than not finishing, and it is definitely better than not starting.