More than half of 2018 has passed, improve yourself, are these nine things you’ve done?
NO.1 Question everything
The most uncomfortable thing one can do is to question everything that is taken for granted and seek answers. Try to see the other side of the norm.
NO.2 Be honest
Being the most honest you’ve ever been with someone in your life will be one of the most uncomfortable things you can do, but it could also be the most valuable.
NO.3 Wake up extremely early
While everyone else sleeps, waking at 5 a.m. is the perfect, way to begin the day in silence.
NO.4 Watch your pennies
From auto repairs and life insurance to coffee and french fries, keep track of every penny you spend for several months.
NO.5 Track what you eat
Keeping track of all the food you eat and all the exercise you do in a day can be challenging.
I didn’t realize how little of some nutrients I was getting and how much sugar and fat I was getting daily until I started to do this regularly.
NO.6 Eat only nutritious food
After you track your food, start eating only what is truly nutritious — This will change your life forever.
NO.7 Practice public speaking
It may be scary to think about, but you never know when you may be called upon to speak in public. Practice, while daunting, is the key to improving your communication skills.
It’s scary as hell until you realize that everyone around you feels the same.
NO.8 Accomplish an almost impossible goal
The most uncomfortable thing you can do is to set and achieve a goal that’s harder than something you’ve ever done before.
NO.9 Pick just one thing to master at a time
Your approach to self-betterment might be trying as many things as possible and seeing what works. But using the opposite tactic, though uncomfortable, is key.