Just as you feed your physical body with food, your mind also needs sustenance. Your readings should be diverse and inclusive. Reading opens up new perspectives for you, takes you to different worlds, and lets you know that everything is possible and is within our reach.
You can start with audiobooks until you can incorporate it fully into your routine.
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Exercising is important for both physical and mental wellbeing. Exercising is key to remaining healthy enough to chase and achieve your goals. An ill body cannot go the mile.
In addition to these, regular exercising teaches you discipline, endurance, and how to push your limits without breaking yourself.
When you are developing a habit, the first 21 days are pretty crucial since you often try to run away from awfully tough habits. However, once you push through, the habit becomes a crucial part of your lifestyle.
You must be thinking about what “being proactive” has to do with your free time.
The thing is that we have ample distractions to waste our precious time on. Remember, every day is 24 hours max. How you make use of those hours is what makes a difference.
Being proactive means trying out different things and seeing how to boost your productivity. For example, when you are stuck at work or any other area of your life, your free is the best time to mull over it and find a solution.
Putting down your thoughts and ideas simplify the thinking process. It also allows you to keep track of the happenings in your life. In addition to this, your journal can function as a companion and a self-motivating tool.
Get a journal and write down every single idea and fear that pops up in your mind when you think about your goals. Yes, fears. You have to acknowledge them so you can make plans against their occurrence.
There is nothing to measure your success by if you have no goals nor would there be a drive to do and have more. As important as setting goals are, it is more important to set achievable ones. Your goals should be incremental and must take into cognizance your current skills and tools.
One good thing about goals is that they can be set for anything. From relationships to work, studies, and even spirituality.
A lot of people exist. They are no living. Do not fall into that trap. Engage with things and people in both your immediate and non-immediate surroundings. Go out and see what the offline world has to offer. You should try as much as you can to live life, to have fun, and have experienced people in both your immediate and non-immediate surroundings. Go out and see what the offline world has to offer. You should try as much as you can to live life, to have fun, and have experienced
Not only would these bring you joy, but they can also be potentially inspirational.
Personal success is not a matter of background, intelligence, or native ability.
The keys to success in life are our ability to draw out the very best out of ourselves under almost all conditions and circumstances.
Many of us have accumulated so many books and articles and podcasts we want to consume that it is impossible to get through them all.
A never-ending to read list is stressful. It also tends to lead to a lot of guilt-filled flailing between options.
"You can't keep up. There is no way. And trying to keep up will probably just make you dumber," cautions educator and author Kathy Sierra.
The silver bullet is that you need to put in the work everyday for years.
It’s not some Facebook ads hack. Or some magical $2000 conference.
But no matter how many times people tell you that, you’re still going to dig around for the secret answer.
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