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10 Little Steps That Can Change Your Life from Today.

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Without your involvement you can’t succeed. With your involvement you can’t fail.

Dr. APJ ABDUL KALAM

From these great words of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam we can understand that we are behind our success and we are our failures. Yes, from now on but we have the ability to recognize who i am.If you want to fly, you have to give up what weighs you down.There is nothing in this world that the human mind has touched as much as this earth.That does not mean living on this earth without faith in one’s own conscience.You must first understand who you are.It does not matter what the world says Rather, self-confidence is the greatest.Our lives are in our hands.

Our lives are a large collection of single days one right after the other. The sun rises, sets, and rises again. And in the end, the lives we choose to live will be determined by how we choose to spend each day.

Make this the day you grab the life you want with these 10 life-changing tips.

  1. Be comfortable with who you are.
  2. Do things for others.
  3. Always keep smiling.
  4. Don’t compare your own life with anyone else’s.
  5. Develop positive thinking.
  6. Exercise.
  7. Focus on a goal.
  8. Eliminate the non-essential.
  9. Daily routine.
  10. Reward yourself.

Be comfortable with who you are.

No one’s perfect. But so often we compare our insides to other people’s outsides. Dwelling on our flaws—what we’re not rather than what we’ve got—makes it much harder to be happy. Learning to accept ourselves, warts and all, and being kinder to ourselves when things go wrong increases our enjoyment of life, our resilience and our well-being. It also helps us accept others as they are.

Do things for others.

Caring about others is fundamental to our happiness. Helping other people is not only good for them and a great thing to do, but it also makes us happier and healthier, too. Giving also creates stronger connections between people and helps to build a happier society for everyone. And it’s not all about money—we can also give our time, ideas and energy. So if you want to feel good, do good!

Always keep smiling

A smile can open a heart faster than a key can open a door… So brighten the world with your smiles.

Don’t compare your own life with anyone else’s.

A big source of unhappiness is the idea that other people’s lives are better or easier than yours. But when you compare your situation to that of others, you’re comparing your complete reality to their surface. No matter how fantastic, how happy, how brilliant everything may seem on the outside, you never know what’s going on the inside If you find yourself being jealous of someone, remember that person has struggled with hardships and insecurities just as you have.

Develop positive thinking.

Choice and empowerment into the real world. Changing your life for the better starts with your attitudes about yourself and your life. Listen to how you talk to yourself when you feel disappointed and upset. Use your journal to write down the negative things that immediately pop into your brain throughout the day. Set an alarm on your phone so that the message, “Talk positively to yourself today” pops up every hour. Make small posters that you can place by your bed, your office walls, or inside your notebooks that say, “Only positive self talk.”

Exercise.

People who’ve been hearing me harp on about exercise might roll their eyes. Sure, exercise is healthy and all that, but how exactly is it life changing? I’m glad you asked:

It makes you feel better about yourself, and more confident. That leads to better success with other positive changes.
It reinforces the positive thinking habit — you need to think positive in order to sustain exercise.
It relieves stress and gives you time to think — this leads to better mental well-being in your life overall.
It helps with creativity. Don’t ask me to prove it, except to say that my best ideas and brainstorming sessions come from when I exercise.

Focus on a Goal.

Just as focusing on one task at a time is more effective, and focusing on one habit at a time is more effect, so is focusing on one goal at a time. While it might seem very difficult, focusing on one goal at a time is the most powerful way of achieving your goals. When you try to take on many goals at once, you’re spreading thin your focus and energy — the two critical components for achieving a goal.

What if you have 5 goals you want to achieve? Pick one to focus on first. Break it into a mini-goal you can accomplish this month, if it’s a longer-term goal. Pick an action you can do today. Keep doing this until the goal is accomplished — do an action every day, finish the mini-goal, pick the next mini-goal to work on. Then, when your One Goal is completed, focus on the next goal.

Some goals are ongoing ones — like blogging every day, or exercising every day. In those cases, turn them into habits — focus exclusively on turning the goal into a habit, until the habit is ingrained. Then focus on the next goal.

Eliminate the non-essential.

First, identify the essential — the things in your life that are most important to you, that you love the most. Then eliminate everything else. This simplifies things and leaves you with the space to focus on the essential. This process works with anything — with your life in general, with work projects and tasks, with emails and other communication.

This will change your life because it will help you to simplify, to focus on what’s important, and to build the life you want.

Daily routine.

It’s so simple, but creating a daily routine for yourself can make a big difference in your life. The best routines, I’ve found, come at the start and end of the day — both your workday and your day in general. That means, develop a routine for when you awake, for when you first start working, for when you finish your workday, and for the end of your evening.

Reward yourself.

As you progress through your life changes, take time to reward yourself. Eat some of your favorite candy, go out or cook yourself a nice meal, or buy a new shirt, video game, or other prize you’ve been eyeing. Try to remember that you are on a journey and that you are amazing for continuing on the path. Reward yourself for embarking on the challenging voyage to changing your life for the better.

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This is our life. Not only these things can make a person successful in life. It is up to our decision.

God, our creator, has stored within our minds and personalities, great potential strength and ability. Prayer helps us tap and develop these powers. Always be positive and be confidence.

 

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Bicycle Day Quotes

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You can’t be sad while riding a bicycle. – Lola Yayo

What do you call a cyclist who doesn’t wear a helmet? An organ donor. – David Perry

Life is like riding a bicycle: you don’t fall off unless you stop pedaling. Claude Pepper

 

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“All children start their school careers with sparkling imaginations, fertile minds, and a willingness to take risks with what they think.” – Ken Robinson

“I’ve always loved the first day of school better than the last day of school. Firsts are best because they are beginnings.” – Jenny Han

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“Education is the key to unlocking the world, a passport to freedom.”–Oprah Winfrey

“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”–W.B.Yeats

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Thoughts on Minimalism

Minimalism is not all about implementing a frugal lifestyle. It is a mindset and attitude towards life. There are no certain ruls for being a minimalist. It is a journey to remove all unwanted stuffs from your life, internally and externally. Here are a few thoughts.

  • Stop buying thing you don’t need.
  • Realize happiness does not come from “things”.
  • Stop comparing yourself with others.
  • Learn to complain less.
  • Do something that makes you happy everyday.
  • Focus on Quality not Quantity.
  • Exercise.
  • Be grateful for what you have.

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