Self Improvement and Success Principles you may not know.
Everything that happens to us happens in purpose. And sometimes, one thing leads to another. Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears and crying over past heartaches, embarrassment and failures, treat them as your teachers and they will become your tools in both self improvement and success.
I remember watching Patch Adams – its my favorite movie, actually. Its one great film that will help you improve yourself. Hunter “patch” Adams is a medical student who failed to make it through the board exams. After months of suffering in melancholy, depression and suicidal attempts – he decided to seek for medical attention and voluntarily admitted himself in a psychiatric ward. His months of stay in the hospital led him to meeting different kinds of people. Sick people in that matter. He met a catatonic, a mentally retarded, a schizophrenic and so on. Patch found ways of treating his own ailment and finally realized he has to get back on track. He woke up one morning realizing that after all the failure and pains he has gone through, he still want to become the a doctor. He carries with himself a positive attitude that brought him self improvement and success. He didn’t only improved himself, but also the life of the people around him and the quality of life. Did he succeed? Needless to say, he became the best damn doctor his country has ever known.
So, when does self improvement become synonymous with success? Where do we start?
So Here’s The Big Question…
Are you ready to end your struggle and start to get results like these in your life?
If your answer is YES, you can start your journey right now!
The following might be your final chance at making your dream life come true, and the results you can get is almost immediate because it is so powerful!
There are people out there who have offered to pay thousands for what I have here today. But it’s not about money for me anymore.
I have only one mission – that is to help others to live a fulfilled life! Just take time and read it till the end.
I only want those who are committed to improve their lives and build a promising future to be able to get their hands on this.
Take these tips, friends…
Stop thinking and feeling as if you’re a failure, because you’re not. How can others accept you if YOU can’t accept YOU?
1. When you see hunks and models on TV,
think more on self improvement, not self pitying. Self acceptance is not just about having nice slender legs, or great abs. Concentrate on inner beauty.
2.When people feel so down and low about themselves,
help them move up. Don’t go down with them. They’ll pull you down further and both of you will end up feeling inferior. Here´s an example.
3. The world is a large room for lessons,
not mistakes. Don’t feel stupid and doomed forever just because you failed on a science quiz. There’s always a next time. Make rooms for self improvement.
4. Take things one at a time.
You don’t expect black sheep’s to be goody-two-shoes in just a snap of a finger. Self improvement is a one day at a time process.
5. Self improvement results to inner stability,
personality development and dig this …. SUCCESS. It comes from self confidence, self appreciation and self esteem.
6. Set meaningful and achievable goals.
Self improvement doesn’t turn you to be the exact replica of Cameron Diaz or Will Smith. It hopes and aims to result to an improved and better YOU.
7. Little things mean BIG to other people.
Sometimes, we don’t realize that the little things that we do like a pat on the back, saying “hi” or “hello”, greeting someone “good day” or telling Mr. Smith something like “hey, I love your tie!” are simple things that mean so much to other people. When we’re being appreciative about beautiful things around us and other people, we also become beautiful to them.
8. When you’re willing to accept change and go through the process of self improvement,
it doesn’t mean that everyone else is. The world is a place where people of different values and attitude hang out. Sometimes, even if you think you and your best friend always like to do the same thing together at the same time, she would most likely decline an invitation for self improvement.
Self Enhancement Power Principles
There’s a popular saying…
“I ought to change, but I’ve attempted and failed.”
Does this seem familiar?
There’s no doubt about it: change is hard. But, it is essential for your growth and development as a person.
Frequently, altering habits does seem insurmountable. A lot of us merely don’t have enough motivation to alter our habits – all of our foul habits – in a way that would really affect our life. We hold them tight as we view them as rewards. But your habits determine your life.
To break a bad habit, it’s helpful to reward yourself for engaging in the positive behavior. My Doorway to Abundance.
Although the hardest part of any new habit is pulling through the first month, particularly the 1st several days. When you’ve made it through those first thirty days, it’s much simpler to continue as you’ve overpowered inertia.
When we consider changing a habit for good, we frequently psych ourselves out before we start. Believing we have to give something up for a lifetime is too overpowering to even think about. Rather than making a huge change all at once, you aim to take one little step in the proper direction. When you have gotten comfy with that change, take a different little step.
The Most Successful People Take Small, Smart Steps Toward Their Goals.
Go forward taking little steps one at a time till you sooner or later reach your goal.
To replace the bad habits with great habits is a really good idea. Here you will find some really great habits to start that will benefit your personal development.
9. Construct a fresh habit by tacking a job onto one of your habits you already have. Water the flowers after you have taken your lunch. Send off thank-you notes after you check your inbox
10. Work out daily. Supercharge your metabolism, concentration, and mental clarity in half-hour a day.
11. By choice make the job harder as challenging jobs are more engaging and motivating than ho-hum ones. Do physical chores like filing or cleaning with your non-dominant hand. Draw up poetic e-mails to answer other emails.
12. Figure how long a job will take to finish. Then start a timer, and press yourself to complete it in one-half that time.
Start with desire. You find/think of something you want. You don’t need a lot of passion, you only need sufficient desire to get started. (“I really want to start a restaurant, but I haven’t a clue if I will ever be able to open one.”)
13. Discover individuals who are already acquiring the results you want; question them; and adopt their mental attitude, notions, and behavior.
14. Finish an otherwise dull task in an uncommon or crazy manner to keep it fun and intriguing. Make routine calls utilizing fake foreign accents. Take notes in wax crayon.
15. Interpose one task into the middle of some other. Study while eating lunch. Return calls while traveling back and forth to work. Listen to audio programs while shopping.
16. When somebody does you a good turn, refer a thank-you card. That’s a true card, not an e-card. This is uncommon and memorable, and the individuals you thank will be eager to bestow more opportunities.
Take a smart step as quickly as possible toward your goal.
What’s a smart step? It’s one where you act quickly with the means at hand. What you know, who you know, and anything else that’s available. (“I know a great chef, and if I beg all my family and friends to back me, I might have enough money to open a place, or to do this and that and…”) Make sure that step is never going to cost more than it would be acceptable to you to lose should things not work out. And you bring others along to acquire more resources, spread the risk and confirm the quality of your idea.
17. Cast out the negative people from your life; and affiliate with positive, happy individuals instead. Mentalities are catching. Be loyal to reality, affection, and might, not to pity.
18. Investing in yourself may be the most profitable investment you ever make. So invest more time in yourself. The effort you put into consistently investing in yourself plays a large role in determining the quality of your life now and in the future.
19. Explain your most ambitious issues to several others, and ask for all the advice, feedback, and constructive critique you are able to handle.
20. On a sheet of paper, jot down twenty originate ideas for bettering your effectiveness.
21. Study books and articles, listen to audio programs, and go to seminars to soak up fresh themes and inspiration.
22. When an undesirable task is assigned to you, re-delegate it to somebody else.
23. Name the item on your job list that frightens you the most. Muster up all the bravery you are able to and tackle it at once.
Reflect on your Journey – What´s next?
Reflect and build on what you have learned from taking this steps. You need to do that because every time you act, reality changes. Sometimes the step you take gets you nearer to what you want and sometimes you want changes. Go and be that Change. If you pay attention, you always learn something. So after you act, ask: Did those actions get you closer to your goal? (“Yes. It looks like I will be able to…”) Do you need additional resources to draw even closer? (“Yes. I’ll need to find another …”) Do you still want to obtain your objective? (“Yes.”)
24. When an apparently senseless job is delegated to you, bounce it back to the individual who assigned it to you, and challenge them to rationalize its functional necessity.
25. Quit clubs, jobs, and subscriptions that consume more of your time than they deserve. Declutter for more personal time.
26. Hold up non-critical jobs as long as you potentially can. A lot of them will die and won’t need to be accomplished at all.
27. Switch off the television, particularly the news, and recapture a lot of available hours.
28. Hire a personal coach to remain motivated, centered, and accountable.
We should always remember that there’s no such thing as ‘over night success’. Its always a wonderful feeling to hold on to the things that you already have now, realizing that those are just one of the things you once wished for. A very nice quote says that “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” We are all here to learn our lessons. Our parents, school teachers, friends, colleagues, office mates, neighbors… they are our teachers. When we open our doors for self improvement, we increase our chances to head to the road of success.