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How to Improve Yourself Everyday

 Guide to Personal Transformation Mastery

How to Improve Yourself Everyday


Do you want to master your brain? Are you fear of your precious life? Searching for more internet stuff to build confidence? Always feel demotivated? Want to know the purpose of your life? Focus gets lost in no time? Want to develop good habits? 

If your answer is yes! Then this ebook is only for you. Yes, my respected readers, this is only for you. In this ebook, you will find the complete details on how to improve yourself every day. And I am sure you can achieve this goal.

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There are plenty of articles, books and blog posts on motivation that tell you how to become more motivated. Often, they give tips like ‘getting more sleep’ and ‘introducing new habits slowly’. These ideas are all useful to an extent but they ultimately fall short. If you struggle with motivation and can’t keep yourself focused on new tasks, then a tip like this isn’t going to transform your ability to focus overnight.

And if you struggle to motivate yourself, how are you expected to keep up the changes that lead to greater motivation? It’s something of a vicious circle don’t you think?

Understanding these two different attention networks is key because they have different purposes that clue us in on how to get superior attention. The dorsal attention network is concerned with our intentional attention (bit of a tongue twister). In other words, when you decide that you want to focus on a book for a while, or you choose to check the time, you are using the dorsal network.

The result will be that your parasympathetic nervous system kicks in and triggers a hormonal and neurochemical response: you’ll produce adrenaline, dopamine, cortisol and norepinephrine and these chemicals will raise the heartrate contract your muscles and narrow your attention to that one thing.

The most important thing you can do is to try and remove all other stress from your mind. That means that you need to try and stop worrying about your debt and even about the other work you have to do that day. If you are worrying about those things, then your brain will keep being distracted away from what you need to do. So, try to learn to block out feelings of stress and anxiety and to just focus on the task that is in hand. This may take practice, but this works much like a muscle – the more you train your mind, the greater the control you will get over it.

The answer lies with the reason that we are distracted in the first place. The reality is not just that we think other things are more important, but also that we feel that what we should be doing isn’t important. You might know consciously that you need to clean the house, go to the gym or tidy up. That’s your dorsal network doing its work.

This comes from our working memory, which is our ability to store information in our ‘mind’s eye’ as it were. We can focus on things that have happened or that we think are going to happen and this causes the brain to light up as though they are happening. This is what our visualization really is – we’re internalizing our experience so as to be able to manipulate the variables.

Another tip is to make whatever you’re doing more interesting and more fun if you can, which makes it more salient to your brain. I always say that the best cure for writer’s block, in particular, is to make the scene or the paragraph you’re writing more interesting. If it’s not interesting enough to write, then it likely won’t be interesting to read!

Another trick is to practice meditation. Meditation is nothing mystical, it is all about focusing the mind and taking control of your attention. When you meditate, you practice clearing the mind of distracting thoughts and focusing on nothing. This is literally a way to train your salience network just as you might train your muscles in the gym and it can build great focus and discipline.

Meditation can provide perhaps the biggest upgrade to your wellbeing, productivity and focus – so it is something that everyone should be doing.

Procrastination is one of your biggest obstacles to achieving what you want to achieve. So many of us have things we want to accomplish that we never manage to fulfil. Too often, this is mainly down to a lack of concentrated, strategic effort.

The other problem comes down to stress and anxiety. When we feel anxious and stressed, our mind wants to turn to the source of that stress and focus on that – it doesn’t allow us to engage in the things we need to do. This is why we’ll often find ourselves killing time by browsing the web: it’s a little like burying your head in the sand and hoping the problem will go away.

The disciplined individual however can simply tell themselves that it doesn’t matter whether they like it: it has to be done and that is that. They choose one goal, one objective and they shut out all other distracting thoughts and impulses.

The same goes for any other ‘bad habit’ that you often give into –even if that just means entertaining bad thoughts. It may sound extreme, but when you indulge yourself physically or mentally, you are reinforcing bad behaviors and weakening your resolve. This is why practicing various forms of abstinence can actually be powerful tools for honing your discipline. I’m not suggesting you become a monk – I’m suggesting that if you really want to kill procrastination, you have to learn how to avoid all manner of temptation.

One simple example of this might be with your daily work. If you normally start your day’s work by getting a cup of tea and then having a chat, it’s time to turn that on its head. From now on, you get the cup of tea and the chat as a reward for doing other good work. You’re only allowing those things after you have completed X amount of work. This motivates you and it allows you to work less interrupted. The same goes for checking your phone – put it on silent and allow yourself to check it once an hour for five minutes.

Want to take on all new challenges, explore new frontiers, grow and transform yourself? Then the answer is to overcome your fear. Your fear is what is holding you back. Your fear is what is making you less capable and less formidable. And your fear is what is taking away from your happiness and your fulfilment.

Interestingly, stoic philosophers took a similar worldview when it came to their fears. Stoics believed that the secret to happiness was to be prepared for all the worst possible outcomes and to live inside those possibilities. They thought that blind optimism was one of the quickest ways to leave yourself miserable and disappointed.

Tim Ferriss is the author who wrote The Four Hour Workweek. This is a book about finding ways to make your job fit around your lifestyle, instead of having your lifestyle fit around your work. This means deciding what you want from life and then creating a career that will work within that context.

Your health is the source of all your power. The way you feel when you wake up first thing in the morning is what will determine how much you can get done that day. Your health impacts directly on your mood, your ability to complete physically or mentally demanding tasks and even your looks. Then there’s the fact that your health will determine how long you live and the quality of your life during that span.

Let dive into this ebook to learn how to improve yourself every day.


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