Self Improvement Daily
Summary: With so many responsibilities and priorities in life, sometimes it's hard to make time for yourself... let alone your personal development. With a new 2 minute self-improvement tip every single day, this podcast cuts to the chase and helps you CONSISTENTLY learn real ways to pursue your potential. Tens of thousands of people have used Self Improvement Daily to level up their habits, restore their confidence, and discover a more fulfilled self. And you can too! All you have to do is invest 2 minutes today and give your first episode a try. Learn more at www.selfimprovementdailytips.com
This is a really good one from Mel Robbins about If-Then planning. Basically, when you have identified a negative thought pattern, you can plan ahead to substitute a behavior with something more beneficial. This technique is 60% effective!
First described by Anders Ericcson, deliberate / purposeful practice is a 5 step process that can create anyone into a master at some skill.
Captivating speaker and public figure Simon Sinek shares what he believes is the most important part to a speech - the story. When doing this right, you can set the tone for the rest of the presentation.
We all have deficiencies in our lives, and that's okay! Stephanie Hall's tip reminds us to embrace our strengths and execute accordingly.
Take advantage of your down time by learning a foreign language! Duolingo is an incredible resource that gives many people access to education. Inspired by Luis Von Ahn and the Duolingo team and their efforts to even the playing field!
In the face of adversity, be persistent. Young entrepreneur Alexandria Marrow talks about the importance of experience hardship and knowing that it is part of the growing process. "You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated." - Maya Angelou
In a business setting, a great display of respect is to stand up when someone enters the room. Although you might stand out when doing this, the act really does portray a lot and is great for first impressions and relationship building.
It is important to reflect on times you failed when identifying room for improvement. This tips proposes that you turn outward when rationalizing problems and ask the question "Why?" 3 times to get to the root cause. Then you're in a place where you can manage the problem appropriately.
This tip comes from Charlie Houpert and his YouTube channel "Charisma on Command". In the show he explains how Chris Pratt is a comedic genius, and how it all stems from the way he chooses to perceive situations. Simply, by placing a positive spin on everything, you can open the door to comedic brilliance and general charisma.
Learn how to deal with embarrassment or certain emotional situations by taking a deep breathe, smiling, and saying thank you. It increases the way others perceive your self-confidence and establishes rapport.
Tony Robbins is an incredible person because his behavior is built around incredible habits. Every morning he does the same routine that includes 3 minutes of gratitude, 3 minutes sending love to people, and writing 3 goals down for the day.
Write down your 3 goals for the day. It helps provide direction for you and a tangible way to evaluate your productivity in the day!
Performing "How Do I Feel" Checks allows you to get a good sense of your mental state and find any small problems before they grow into big problems. Find a solid trigger that will help you engage in the behavior multiple times a day!
Mirroring is when we replicate the behavior of someone else. This from an evolutionarily perspective has played a huge role in relationship building because it is an indicator of similarity. By being aware of the role mirroring plays in conversations, you will be better prepared to have better conversations!
Inspired by "Sprint", prioritizing tasks 1 to 5 helps you become more productive and helps you transition between tasks.