30 Ways to Improve Your Life


  1. Smile 🙂
  2. Stop regretting and start living.
  3. Forgive and forget.
  4. Watch a movie by yourself.
  5. Do something you really want.
  6. Be grateful.
  7. Be yourself.
  8. Attend community or religious meetings.
  9. Give more and give often.
  10. Sing in the shower.
  11. Sleep when tired. Eat when hungry.
  12. Read a book a week.
  13. Exercise daily and become physically flexible.
  14. Make meal times sacred.
  15. Talk with your parents (while they’re alive).
  16. Don’t get angry.
  17. Wear comfortable shoes. (You’ll lower your future health care costs).
  18. Keep in touch with friends.
  19. Test-drive that new car (even if you can’t afford it).
  20. Clean up (your house, room, car, computer).
  21. Write all your preconceived notions and shed them.
  22. Go on “Media Diet”. (No TV, news, radio, internet – for a week).
  23. Only take advice from people who are successful.
  24. Use “good” debt. (Low-interest that makes you money).
  25. Don’t discuss goals with naysayers.
  26. Measure against yourself not against others.
  27. Work Smarter, Not Harder.
  28. Dedicate to building a business, not just wealth.
  29. Don’t try to please all the people all time. (Won’t happen).
  30. Try things even if they hurt. No pain, no gain!

Any more suggestions?

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