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How to improve yourself with 42 practical tips


Improving your life doesn’t always mean conducting a complete overhaul—little tweaks can make a big difference in personal growth. Stepcase Lifehack has compiled a list of forty-two practical tidbits that will help lead you down a path of overall betterment.

A handful of highlights:

Pick up a new hobby. Beyond just your usual favorite hobbies, is there something new you can pick up? Any new sport you can learn? Examples are fencing, golf, rock climbing, football, canoeing, or ice skating. Your new hobby can also be a recreational hobby. For example, pottery, Italian cooking, dancing, wine appreciation, web design, etc.  Learning something new requires you to stretch yourself in different aspects, whether physically, mentally or emotionally.

Wake up early. Waking up early (say, 5-6am) has been acknowledged by many (Anthony Robbins, Robin Sharma, among other self-help gurus) to improve your productivity and your quality of life. I feel it’s because when you wake up early, your mindset is already set to continue the momentum and proactively live out the day.

Ask for feedback. As much as we try to improve, we will always have blind spots. Asking for feedback gives us an additional perspective. Some people to approach will be friends, family, colleagues, boss, or even acquaintances, since they will have no preset bias and can give their feedback objectively.

Learn from people who inspire you. Think about people you admire. People who inspire you. These people reflect certain qualities you want to have for yourself too. What are the qualities in them you want to have for yourself? How can you acquire these qualities?

Full list at Stepcase Lifehack.

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  • himanshu bhatt

    really nice thoughts thank you

  • himanshu bhatt

    let thy mind to spread vast let thy powerful brain to spread vast let thyself to spread vast in the hearts of others