Write a list of things to do, what you’ve accomplished, what you are learning or intend to learn.
Writing by hand improves your memory and increases your focus.
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Nowadays, thanks to the internet, everyone can learn something new.
Listen to a podcast. Watch a TED video to understand a new concept. Read a book.
Push yourself mentally. And you will also get a wonderful sense of satisfaction from expanding your knowledge.
People spend an average of 2 hours and 24 minutes per day globally on social medias.
That's a lot of time we can use to do great work.
Don't spend an excessive amount of time on social media. Know when is the time to put your phone down.
Spending time alone can help you get back in touch with your mind, feelings, emotions, thoughts and ideas.
The state of your mind determines everything. It pays to make time to pause, reflect, refresh and start over.
So find some minutes in your life to just think.
Think about your relationships with people.
If there’s someone who’s a negative influence in your life, make a conscious decision to spend less time with them.
Aks yourself every month:
How do I spend my day? What things do I do, from the time I wake up to the time I go to sleep? Are they all helping me achieve my long-term goals?
Redesign your schedule and focus on what brings out the best in you. Find ways to free up time for everything important to your progress and growth.
When you're in a difficult period, focus on the good things in life and the things that make you happy.
If we think about the bad things we'll see only those. So shift your focus to good things.
Plan your day the night before by identifying your most important tasks before you start work every morning.
In this way you'll save a lot of time.
Just do something that gets you active that you enjoy.
You’ll never regret an exercise no matter how short, especially if you make it a habit, but you might regret not doing it.
Napoleon Hill once said that we must know what we want and we must have the strong desire to possess it.
Without a purpose, it’s easy to pursue things that you “think you should be doing”.
Get in the habit of cleaning one small thing at a time every day or week.
Try a little decluttering in specific areas each day. The process can calm your brain and reduce stress. Your ability to organize yourself has a major impact on your success.
Being curios can improve your life, skills and perception of life.
Also inquiring about things can make us less vulnerable to fake news.
Soak up the wisdom of others.
Everyone has something to say or to teach.
Open yourself to understand new or different ideas, perceptions, beliefs, values and new areas that are of interest to you.
The body gets dehydrated overnight. It gets worse in the morning.
Drinking a glass or two of water right when you wake up, is a good way to quickly rehydrate your body instead of coffee.
So maybe every morning you get up, go to the bathroom, then make your bed. Link a moment in that routine (say, the bed making) to the habit you want to cultivate (maybe it’s reading 10 pages in a book). By tacking it on to something you already do, you’re much more likely to actually stick with it. And consistency really is the key to boosting happiness over time, Zucker said.
The most powerful habit that helps boost happiness in the morning is the practice of gratitude. The people who journaled about the things they're thankful for during the week scored much higher on measures of happiness than people who noted the things they're irritated by.
A daily gratitude practice may contribute to improved physical health - which, in turn, contributes to overall feelings of happiness.
... are built from small actions that you take every day.
It is your habits that will determine who you are and what you can accomplish in the future.
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