Best Guide: How to Become (and stay) a Better Person

Best Guide: How to Become (and stay) a Better Person

Do you like to grow yourself professionally? DO you constantly seek for possibilities to improve yourself and become a better person?

If you do then here are some possibilities that you may not be aware of before! All it take is a little bit of it every day and eventually, you will see a big difference.
Get off to a decent start
You’re probably familiar with Ben Franklin’s old saying “Early to bed, and early to rise; makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” The saying is actually true. Donald Trump, the President of the United States, wakes up every morning at 5; 30 a.m. It is said that he spent his time reading the newspaper before leaving for office.

CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, begins his day with a workout with his wife, usually consisting of a bike ride. You can include exercise in your morning routine. Not all successful people go to bed early, neither everyone needs 8 hours of beauty sleep. But, it is definite that if you wake up early and eat a good breakfast, you will have much more energy throughout the day to follow the below-mentioned tips.
Make a schedule and follow it
People who don’t make a schedule are prone to miss important things in life. If you want to become successful in life, you must understand the value of schedule and follow it religiously.
How to make a schedule?
The first thing to do when you start making a schedule is to make sure that you understand what is important and what is not. For instance, you might want to add the highest priority tasks at the top of the list and the ones with the lowest priority at last. By writing them down, you can tick off the completed tasks and the remaining one can be completed the next day or so. This is of great help if you are a procrastinator.
Read a lot!
Warren Buffett was once asked about the key to success. He pointed to a stack of books and said “Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works”

He is not alone, here are some successful people who make reading a part of their everyday life.

Bill Gates reads nearly 50 books per year.
Mark Cuban, the owner of NBA, reads no less than 3 hours a day.
Mark Zuckerberg determined to read a book every two weeks throughout 2015.
Operah Winfrey selects one of her favorite books every month for her Book Club members to read and discuss it.

Books are concentrated sources of wisdom. The more you read, the more you are exposing yourself to wisdom.
Learn a new language
Practising a new language for 30 minutes a day is a good brain exercise that makes the brain stronger. Acquiring a second language improves the memory and increases the attention. It boosts your creativity and improves your skills in divergent thinking.
Avoid procrastinating
Procrastination is an easy way that all of us get trapped in, without even realizing that we are doing it. We know that we have to complete the task before the deadline, but still, we end up spending hours upon hours doing “easier” work or escaping via internet, music or Netflix. There is a thing about doing any task; if we think too long about doing it, we often end up by undoing it.
Quit trying to be perfect

“The problem is that we don’t celebrate imperfection – perfection is in the eye of the beholder.”

The quest for perfection is exhausting. Perfectionism is not the same thing as striving to be the best, being a perfectionist eventually becomes a fool’s errand because we can never achieve it. When we step into perfectionism we are heading for failure and with that comes despair, obstruction, nervousness, rage and even physical or psychological illness. Perfection is for losers. When you try too hard to be perfect, you bind your creativity.
Be optimistic about your future
Being an optimist does not mean that you are out of touch with reality, ignoring hitches and hindrances, and working in a naive way. It means that you expect events and tactics to turn out well, and you look with a smile on the forthcoming.  It is vital to be a sensible optimist, using common sense, not just telling yourself that nothing immoral can ever happen and close your eyes to reality. Doing so can lead to being unreasonable, making meagre decisions, and letting people ridicule or take benefit of you.
Overcome your fears
The majority of the people think that they are unsuccessful; at least they have not reached success in the areas that feel important to them. If you want to be successful in life, you need to have faith in yourself and take risks. When people encounter situations where they have fears, all they need to do is educate themselves about the fears and learn to overcome them. If you believe in yourself then nothing will ever stop you from living a balanced, fearless and joyous life.


Author Bio: Julia Morison is a head hunter and a research specialist at Researchomatic. She loves to help people and is the mastermind behind AMA citation machine.  She is a traveler, a blogger, a techie and a social activist. When she not in her office, she spends her time writing and educating the masses.

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