5 tips to make self improvement easier

Changing your life for better requires tons of patience, effort, and a completely different mindset. Often, we complicate life, by coming up with all of the reasons for why something isn’t possible. Instead, focus your energy on how you can create change even if it’s little by little.

Have a humble attitude.

Make a little bit of fun of yourself, of your mistakes. If you don’t get things right, there’s room for growth. And growth is where the magic happens. In fact, I’d argue that growth is one of the most beautiful things you can experience & witness.

Start now.

We often leave change for future. Start with the change you can make now in this present moment. This present moment is that powerful. Even if change means starting on a Thursday or at 3 p.m.

Keep learning.

Learn from your experiences or from other people. They say everyone is a mirror who reflects to us the qualities we can have if only we set our minds to feel the way we want to feel and be who we want to be.

Have an open attitude.

Remember that saying, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain? Say yes to something you’d never said yes to before. When change is thrown upon you, welcome it with open arms.

Start simple.

Set time aside each day for one of your goals. Change doesn’t have to be overwhelming. It’s the little things that make a difference.

It’s the simple things that make a major difference. From a change in attitude to a simple choice.

What change are you putting off? What’s one simple thing you can do today that will make positive difference in your life?

19 thoughts on “5 tips to make self improvement easier

  1. Thank you Stine Writing! Yeah, I can see how making changes or trying something new at 100% or full speed ahead is not always possible or a great idea. Reminds me of the times when I was super motivated to start things/changes only to lose my motivation later.


  2. The starting simple is the hard one I think. I know that when I want to try something new or make a change I want to do it 100%, full speed ahead, which is not always possible nor a good idea. Great information.

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  3. Great post! I have many goals, and this reminds me to keep chipping away. Sometimes it feels like I’m not making much progress, but every little bit counts. Slow and steady wins the race, right? πŸ•Š


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