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SELF IMPROVEMENT 101 - 22 Sentences that can improve your life more than any self-help book

After reading dozens of self-improvement books, I feel they start boring me because they revolve around the same topics over and over again.

Of course, you need to work for them to have any impact on your life. Nobody's life changes just by reading some nice-sounding sentences. You have to embrace and act on them.

A snowball effect of Self Improvement based on daily consistency
Self-Improvement required daily consistency.

22 Self Improvement Tip that Can Improve Your Life

1. Confidence is silent. Insecurity is loud.

2. The more sarcastic you are, the healthier your mind is.

3. Your fear of embarrassing yourself is the biggest hurdle to your growth.

4. No one is coming to save you. This life is 100% your responsibility.

5. No success until you accept the pain of discipline.

6. Be private. Be lowkey. Be humble.

7. Win in silence. Let them think you’re losing.

8. Detachment is power. Release anything that doesn’t bring you peace.

9. Your mental wellness determines the quality of your life.

10. Be teachable. You’re not always right.

11. Train your mind to be stronger than your feelings.

12. A lie has many versions. The truth has only one.

13. Being alone with the intention of healing yourself and working on your vision is not loneliness; it is self-care.

14. Allow yourself to be a beginner. No one starts out being excellent.

15. Be a good person, but don’t waste your time trying to prove it.

16. Let your past make you better, not bitter.

17. Discipline, consistency, and perseverance will take you places motivation never could.

18. Your one negative thought is as powerful as five positive thoughts.

19. The quieter you become, the more you can hear.

20. If we don’t face our fears, our fears will chase us forever.

21. You can change your past by changing the underlying meaning of those memories.

22. No matter the situation, never let your emotions overpower your intelligence.

“Change is easy. Improvement is far more difficult.” - Ferdinand Porsche

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” - Carl Jung

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