Understanding. . .
Understanding the concept of ‘self” is not some kind of mystical revelation — but an accumulation of small habits. That’s where most people trying to improve their days fail.
We start with overly ambitious goals and get frustrated when we don’t see immediate results. Regardless of the mission that’s not how it works. Most people overestimate what they can achieve by doing a lot in a short amount of time. They believe that sheer effort will shorten their journey.
Unfortunately, this approach almost always ends in disappointment. In the beginning, you are highly motivated, tenacious, and relentless. However, because you aren’t building on a foundation that can realistically last for years, your initial determination vanishes after a few weeks.
Personal understanding and growth is not a sprint, its more like a marathon. The best results don’t ensue after an initial burst. They are the result of long-term consistency. And this consistency is only possible with the help of sustainable habits.
That’s why one daily hour of self-improvement is the most effective and sensible way to achieve long-lasting success. Most people underestimate how much your life can change in twelve months if you dedicate one hour a day to understanding who you are now, where you are pointing the proverbial ship and embracing a better and more accurate perception of yourself.
On this basis, here are my four daily self-improvement habits.
Peace and Love, Jim
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