Self Improvement Daily
Summary: Do you think it's possible to build the life you love in two minutes a day? Hundreds of thousands of people have turned to Self Improvement Daily to do exactly that! The lessons in this podcast will help you feel confident that you're doing something meaningful EVERYDAY to pursue your best self! Life is busy but it is also short... We need to make the absolute most of it. Self improvement Daily helps you prioritize personal development in a way that is practical, doable, and highly effective. Ready to believe in yourself and your future like never before? Say "YES!" by subscribing NOW.
When your life is swept away like a storm, instead of worrying about how you are going to restore everything back to how it was, rebuild it into the way you wanted it in the first place.
People prefer things that are neither too novel nor too familiar. You can choose to behave in a way that caters to that expectation.
The culture of any good company starts at the top. Listen to founder of Starbucks Howard Schultz's philosophy on team building.
How do you wake up each morning? Avoid the snooze button with a custom alarm clock. Figure out what motivates you to get out of bed and use it to your advantage.
Monday - Have Self Control Tuesday - Create Your Own reality with Gerard Adams Wednesday - Daily News Source Thursday - "A positive attitude gives you power over your circumstances." Friday - Talk About Others First
Address other people before you address yourself in conversation - it makes them feel like the center of attention, and they will be more likely reciprocate and invest in their relationship with you.
Use a positive lens and to be critical of negativity and frame your life in a more beneficial way.
A great way to stay informed on the happenings around you is to consistently tune into a news briefing. Listen to a few suggestions to get you started!
Reaching your goals starts within your mind. Have a vision for how you want things to be and then go out and create it. It's the law of attraction.
Using the infamous marshmallow experiment by Walter Mischel, here we learn that having self-control at a young age can lead to future success!
Have a great weekend!
Perfection is impossible, especially given man's innate flaws. In order to strive for something tangible, we need to work toward excellence, not perfection.
Another positivity quote - this one is a reminder that the little things add up, and seeing daily challenges in a positive way enables that growth.
Breaking down the 6 pillars of persuasion today so we can all be more aware of it in our day - Reciprocity, Commitment and Consistency, Social Proof, Liking, Authority, and Scarcity.
What good is knowledge if you can't share it? Sharing value not only is a great way to make an impact, but it is a great personal branding technique, which is a growing requirement in professional settings.