Wednesday, January 22, 2014

5 Lists For You To Create In Pursuit Of Your Goals - Part 2

Making lists is a very powerful tool in self improvement. Check out Part 1 to catch up :)

5 Self Improvement Lists You Should Create (continued):

3. Self-affirmations
Create a list of "self-affirmations" that motivate you to improve yourself in a certain area of life. For example, "I can achieve my goals if I work hard," or "I will be kinder toward others."

4. Inspiring quotes
Create a list of quotes from other people that you find inspiring and uplifting. For example, "Once we accept our limits, we can go beyond them." - Albert Einstein.

5. Role models
Create a list of people you admire in life and describe what it is about them you really like. For example, "Bill Cosby (Funny)" or "Steve Jobs (Creative)" or "Dalai Lama (Kind)"

Start simple and easy with just 3-5 items for each list. Then continue to build on these lists over the days, weeks, months, and years.

One day you will look back on these lists and be surprised by all the positivity you have to draw from whenever you need it. It's easily one of the smartest and most productive things I've ever done.

If you want to become truly committed to a life of self improvement, building these lists is a great place to start.

"No matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you've come from, you can always change, become a better version of yourself."
- Madonna
Question to the Reader: Do you make lists to help you achieve your goals?


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