Self-Improvement: Start Feeling Better This Fall

Start Feeling Better This Fall

Your Path to Self-Improvement

I want to let you in on a little secret: No matter where you go, you will always find yourself. That’s right, everyone you deal with is a reflection of you. As we approach the Fall Equinox on September 21 we should take the time to reflect on the ways we can improve our insides and see the best possible reflections of ourselves in the coming solar year. These self-improvement tips will have you feeling better this fall:

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Define Your Persona

It’s up to you to create YOU! Do YOU think you are sexy? Do YOU believe in your heart that you are one of the most interesting people in the world? If you don’t believe any of those things to be true, why would anyone else? How can you even begin to work on your self-improvement? Be who you say you are by keeping the promises you make to yourself. If you say you are going to write a book, write the doggone book and call yourself a writer with sincerity! Define your self for your self.

Craft Your Style

Wear whatever you want with confidence. If you don’t like pants, stop wearing them with confidence. It’s not the clothes that make the person, but the confidence they have when wearing the clothes that makes the biggest difference. Make sure you are consistently making an effort to look your best daily.

Speak Kindly to Yourself

If your mental iPod is playing self-depreciating affirmations about yourself all day long, the end result is a poor mind state. If you want to be the best, you have to tell yourself that you are the best. If you want to get the job, you have to say to yourself, “I’m hired!” The better you speak to yourself, the more you will notice the world opening up for you.

Keep an Open Mind

This generation has experienced a lot of firsts and it’s a great time to be alive. We are on the verge of health breakthroughs that can see more people living to be over 100 years old than ever before. Wouldn’t it be nice to experience life in a way our ancestors never had the chance to? Say yes to those things that your parents would have never done. Say yes to an opportunity to forge a new pathway. Never say never and work on saying yes to the unknown. Pleasant surprises await when you take a leap of faith, and leaps of faith lead to self-improvement.

Be Prepared

If you hate your current job, why not have your resume in order so that when your dream job crosses your path you can seize the opportunity in a timely fashion? Keep an umbrella in your car and have an emergency fund. Make your beauty appointments and be religious about keeping them. What if Mr. Right calls and your nails are in need of a fill and your hair is a wreck? Stay ready and you will not have to get ready.

Treat Others the Way You Want to Be Treated

This is nothing new but it still rings true. Life is still moving forward and no one wants to be stuck on the bottom of any pile. Everyone deserves basic respect and it takes nothing away from any one human to treat another human the way they would want to be treated. Say thank you. Look humans in the eye. Work on being more respectful and kind for self-improvement.

Be the Change You Want to See

If you want things to change, change yourself. Make sure to speak kindly to the people who work at the businesses you patronize on a daily basis. Say yes when you can because you definitely want people to say yes to you.

Be Honest With Yourself

Tell yourself the truth. If you aren’t willing to be honest with yourself, how can you expect others to be honest with you? How can you be honest with others when your personal truth is foggy? Tell yourself the truth and you will find liberation.

Master Yourself

Now is the time to master yourself and work on your self-improvement. I will leave you with this Abraham Lincoln quote: “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”


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