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1. Drink More Water

1. 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 the recommendation to drink 8 glasses of water each day and your body needs water to maintain bodily functions and keep you healthy.
  • Dehydration may cause headaches fatigue or problems with your skin.
  • Keep a full glass of water near your desk. The secret is to keep the glass of water full. 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".

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2. Eat Whole Foods

2. 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 throughout the day, swap out some processed meals for Whole Foods.
  • You can enjoy things like fruits, vegetables,...

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8 Self Improvement Principles

8 Self Improvement Principles

  1. Drink more water
  2. Eat Whole Foods
  3. Practice Daily Gratitude
  4. Pick up a book
  5. Listen to a TED Talk
  6. Forgive someone
  7. Join a group!

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4. Pick up a book

4. Pick up a book

I 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.

  • Kindles make it easier than ever to carry around the knowledge of the universe while you travel or ...

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7. Join a group of supportive individuals

7. Join a group of supportive individuals

Now it might feel hard or difficult to accomplish your dreams alone. 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?

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5. Listen to a TED Talk

5. Listen to a TED Talk

Maybe you prefer consuming inspiration with audio, so you can hop online on YouTube and learn from great speakers in a variety of different fields. 

If you don't know what to watch first, watch some TED Talks. If you have a specific subject that you want to...

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3. Practice Daily Gratitude

3. Practice Daily Gratitude

Positivity and gratitude really help to melt away your stress, even when you feel that you are down. It's been proven time and time again that people that are primed with gratitude are more likely to reach their goals. 

Something you can start doing is keeping a small journ...

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6. Forgive someone

6. 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 you, we have to work on forgiving other people even if they haven't directly asked for it.

Forgiveness is a small gesture...

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8. Congratulate yourself for this growth

8. Congratulate yourself for this growth

If you plan to take some time today and complete maybe one of these tips that I've suggested, don't forget to reward yourself:

  • Positive reinforcement will encourage you to keep going and keep growing. Even when that reinforcement comes from within, I s...

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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 goal can be broken down into smaller tasks. Just take 2 minutes out of your day to complete one of these tasks to improve your overall well-being.

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