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5 Steps to become a Better Person

5 Steps to become a Better Person

Be Better, as a person, with these five simple steps:

  • Give more to others
  • Be Polite
  • Embrace Change
  • Clear your mind
  • Find inspiration in others

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Give more to others
  • The secret of receiving is in giving.
  • Success isn't just measured in how much money you have, but how much you've given or helped others.
  • Focus on helping people.
Organize your Thoughts


Clarity of mind makes you a better, more focused person.

Get to know yourself, and work on that, instead of living in a perpetual confused state.

Get Inspired by others

Know that many others have had to struggle and sacrifice and still be great people. 

Try to find inspiration in other peoples stories, to sail through your hard and stressful times.

Don't be afraid of Change

Change is inevitable, and the only constant. If you get comfortable and stagnant, the change will be jolting to you.

Be comfortable with growth, the unknown and the unfamiliar.

Be Polite to others
“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.” 

– Albert Einstein


Kindness, gratitude and even saying thank you makes you a better person instantly.

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

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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.

Why?

Heraclitus

"Change is the only constant in life."

Benefits of Being Wrong
  • Accepting vulnerability
  • Embracing a learning mind
  • Opening to new possibilities
  • Prioritizing self-growth over reputation.

We default to being right all the time. Realizing that it's Ok to be wrong takes practice and the first step towards it is accepting the fact that we are humans and we will face failures many times during our lives.