What does self-improvement mean to you?

What does self-improvement mean to you? This term has many meanings for different people. Self-awareness comes before self-improvement. How can you improve if you’re not aware of who you are and what you want and need?

The purpose of this blog and the other information that I provide will help you become self-aware of your high sensitive nature and to use it to your advantage.

Here are some types of self-improvement for your consideration:

Physical improvement– This type of self-improvement involves the preservation and restoration of your health. You might consider some form of exercise that makes sense to you and your schedule. The objective is to have a planned program that you can stick with for a lifetime. It is a life style change that will make you feel better, boost your self-esteem, and will help strengthen your immune system that fights disease. My regular exercise program has helped me tremendously with my arthritic issues.

Intellectual improvement– This type of self-improvement involves improving your mental discipline to regulate your feelings. Does your self-talk help you or hinder you? Do you set boundaries with others? What can you specifically do to improve your intellectual capabilities?

Any type of improvement requires you to make a change. Change, good or bad, can be very stressful. It’s important to have a doable pleasure reward when you make any type of improvement. Give yourself as many benefits as possible to achieve your goal to keep you motivated.

Consult with a coach, have some accountability with a friend or other like-minded people to keep you moving forward. There’s no time like the present to improve upon the many good qualities that you have. What do you have to lose? Maybe a happy and productive life! Come on, let’s get going!

What would you like to improve upon? What specific topics are you interested in? I’m interested in any thoughts or comments that you have.


One Reply to “What does self-improvement mean to you?”

  1. This is great advice. It’s so important to set attainable goals and then regularly re-evaluate them. The change will be stressful but by setting yourself progressive goals in this way will help you track your progress.

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