Your Perfect Day

Have you ever thought about this before? I bet you have. I know I have. A lot in fact.

You see, often times we are thinking about the perfect life, the perfect career, the perfect relationship, perfect reflection in the mirror. But what then? Huh?

Have you asked yourself what will you do if anything fits perfectly into the puzzle? Will you stop doing what you do now, forget about making schedules, stop investing in yourself ?

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own advice

We are very eager for sharing our knowledge, giving directions to someone, making a suggestion. But why do we rarely want to follow something that has been passed along to us?

Think about it. How many times have you given some advice to someone, knowing that you, yourself, don’t personally practice it?

I know I have. Far too many times to count actually. And when it really comes to not following some of your advices I’m as guilty as the next guy. But there is also something I learned along the way that can explain this strange behavior and what is more important, fix it.

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how to avoid procrastination

Often times we ask ourselves how to avoid procrastination; How to really find that willpower to make motive and productivity meet half way.

How to use that inspiration we have and not leave things just to having an urge for doing something, but rather do it instead.

We are full of ideas all of the time, and over time more often than not we find that making those ideas turn into reality is rather hard. Sometimes even the things that seem simple enough, and need to be done, appear as something unpleasant for us.

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Changing habits

The habits are the most powerful thing in the game of self improvement. When it comes to changing habits it’s logical to do so in the beginning of the game, in order to benefit most out of it.

But we, as creatures of comfort, are rarely trying to change our habits, because they define us in a way, and going against that definition we already set is usually very hard. Usually very hard, remember that.

Having a habit of any kind means that we are used to do things a certain way, thus changing the habit means changing the way we operate. That alone is the reason why people dread changing habits.

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how to Learn from your Mistakes

Often times we are being told: learn from your mistakes. But what that actually means? What is behind all of that?

Are we really reluctant enough not to remember the results from the last time, and repeat the same thing over and over again?

Or were we never even aware of the mistake being made at the first place? And how so that those who tell us about learning from mistakes are better than us? Have they learnt from their mistakes?

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