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.
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.
As a content marketing and strategy expert, Kaya Ismail shares the importance of organization and planning within his industry. However, his core lesson revolves around the importance of having good organizational habits that translate in all areas of business and life!
Find time to make your dreams a reality. Your option - 9 PM to midnight!
Today's tip reveals the health benefits of having close friends, and encourages us to get back in touch with those who are important to us but no longer are convenient to hear from.
In a stressful situation Mark Metry prescribes 6 deep breaths. By doing so you activate your parasympathetic nervous system to elicit a calming response.
It is simple - make your bed every morning. By doing so, you set yourself up for success by completing the first task of the day, and having it as reference when other things don't go right. This is an old Marine lesson shared first by Admiral William McRaven.
Write down your short term and longterm goals every morning in present terms. Whatever you want to be, profess it as true today and let your psyche do its work!
Innately we are already limited in how much information we can retain and recall. In a conversation, a lot of the information shared is not remembered by the recipient. Active listening, instead of listening with the intent to respond, increases recall and leads to better quality conversations.
Jake Jordan shares that we lose a ton of time everyday because of distractions, and suggests that we are smart with the way we do spend productive time. This comes in two forms - time blocking and scheduling every minute of your day.