If you can sonstantly doing onething then you can ensure you are constantly improving.
Now take out a piece of paper and list what you want to do, or what you think you need to do to improve yourself. After all, everyone’s life and work are different. You can’t ask someone who works night shift every day to get up early.
- I think I need to read more books to enrich myself.
- I think I should spare at least an hour a day to learn Spanish.
- I think I should go to the gym at least three times a week.
- I don’t think I should skip any breakfast.
After making your list, the next thing you need to do is make excuses for yourself. Because of the tasks above, you may have performed them countless times and never succeeded.
For example :
- I didn’t like reading since I was a child, so it may not be realistic for me to enrich myself with reading
- I spend a lot of time on social software every day, so it’s hard to find an hour to learn Spanish.
- I think it’s tiring to work out, so I can’t stick to going to the gym three times a week.
- I don’t think that skipping breakfast will have a great impact on my health.
That is to say, the goal that you can easily find an excuse for yourself does not mean much to you. But I’m not denying the project you proposed to improve yourself. I mean, if you can now find excuses for what you blurt out above, you’re not ready to improve. However, when you find out all your excuses, you know what you need to do.
To sum up: Make a list>>> Find excuses>>>Change yourself >>> Stick to it