8 Hacks To Constantly Improve Yourself

8 Hacks To Constantly Improve Yourself


We all have heard the phrase “Nobody is perfect.” But that doesn’t mean we should stop seeking perfection in ourselves. The truth is, we can’t be perfect in every field, and you need to understand this as early as possible.

Instead of trying to be perfect in every field, focus on one area and work your ass off to get work done.

Improving yourself is the key to success in today’s world. Good or bad, it’s temporary. Don’t let your bad times make you lose hope. And don’t let your good times make you feel larger than life.

Here are 8 Hacks For Constantly Improving Yourself –

 

8. Read Books

Hacks For Constantly Improving Yourself

A book is a gift you can open again & again. Reading book will enlighten your knowledge. It can help you become a better person. You will have more knowledge, ideas & courage than others.

Reading books makes you appear different from an ordinary person. It’s like having the best advice from mentors throughout history on demand.

Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.

 

7. Get Feedback & critique

Get feedback from the people whom you trust and even if they say something negative instead of yelling at them accept that feedback.

It’s true; nobody wants to hear any critique or any negativity in their life. But trust me it does help in improving yourself.

Weak people will never accept their critics, and they will give excuses.

Strong people will accept their critique & will work on them. Skip compliment sandwiches. Seek feedback from trusted people and get straight to the meat.

Further ReadingHow to Be Yourself

 

6. Listen to podcasts

Constantly Improve Yourself

Fill in the gaps of your life with educational Audio. I always watch the educational podcast on YouTube. Believe me; sometimes these podcasts are better than watching a movie.

Here are few good education podcasts that you can listen to.

– TEDTalks.
– RadioLab.
– StarTalk Radio.
– The College Info Geek Podcast.
– Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders.
– Back to Work.
– Founders Talk.
– Rationally Speaking

 

5. Work Towards A Goal

Alway’s work toward’s your Goal. If people are not laughing at your goals than your goals are too small. Celebrate even a small victory towards your goal. Every achievement is taking you an inch closer to success. Commit daily practice.

Improve yourself every single day.

There will be days when things will not be on your side. Don’t get upset during those time.

You know what? We only grow in tough times. Don’t give up.

Further Reading10 Steps to Take When It Feels like Universe is Working Against You

 

4. Take A Course

Hacks To Constantly Improve Yourself

Learn a new language or take any course in which you are interested. But do things which excite you. It will improve you mentally & emotionally.

There’s free info online, but a quality course brings it all together and saves you time. You can even join music class, dance class or hit gym.

Further Reading10 Life Lessons You Never Learned In School

 

3. Be Open To Change

To improve yourself, you must change. If you aren’t willing to change, it’s hard to move forward.

To change bad habits, you must study the habits of successful people.

Further ReadingWhat to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do with Your Life

 

2. Stay Committed

On the road to your destiny, every person will be tempted to give up midway. Some turn around and go back other stay committed and move forward. What’s interesting is both travel same distance one go back to where they started & other moves half way ahead and reach their goal. Stay committed.

Further Reading: 8 Tips to Achieve Anything You Want in Life

 

1. Get Around Community

How to constantly improve yourself

You’re The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With. If you are serious about achieving heights, spend your time with positive attitude people & winners.


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Hi, I'm Caleb, a 22 (almost) years old ambivert. Either I prefer to talk less or go on blabbering endlessly. I write to vent my feelings, to discover myself, to escape reality. I write to be me.

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