30 Top Self Improvement Ideas

Unless you’re perfect then there’s always room for self improvement. The good news is that self improvement doesn’t have to be stuffy, boring and “worthy” – it probably should be fun otherwise you’ll find an excuse to stop doing it.

Dip into the self improvement ideas on this page. Some are easier than others and they won’t all be to your taste or style (but that could change over time – be open to the possibility of that happening) but some will be.

And if one or two push your comfort zone boundaries a bit then that’s a good sign that you should try them.

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How to Have an Abundance Mentality and Attract More Wealth

Having an abundance mentality is something you can nurture and grow.

It’s usually a gradual process – like most things, you chip away at the edges, almost imperceptibly and it seems like nothing is happening.

Then you begin to notice things turn round for the better and you go from a downward spiral to an upward one.

Try it for yourself, starting today!

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Where to Find Free Hypnosis Downloads

If you’ve not tried self hypnosis before, getting hold of a free self hypnosis MP3 download can be a good idea.

They’re a good way to trial whether or not you get on with using hypnosis – most people react positively to the suggestions that are made whilst they’re hypnotized so there’s a good chance that you will as well.

You could do a search on Google for free hypnosis tracks.

Sometimes you’ll strike lucky – you’ll get a good quality track and the only “price” will be giving up an email address.

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How to Set Good Personal Development Goals for Work

Developing some good personal development goals for work is in itself a good idea.

Goals help you to focus and get to where you want to get to quicker and (usually) easier than drifting through life.

Here are some good ideas for goals you can set yourself to progress further, faster, at work.

Decide on the time-scale you want to achieve your goal in.

Some people prefer long term goals (years), others prefer smaller short term goals that lead up to the big idea but have the advantage of being measured and reached more easily.

And if you do decide to go for a long term goal, split it up into smaller chunks so that you can keep yourself motivated.

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3 Simple Self Improvement Techniques You Can Use

When it comes to most things, simple is best.

Most of us over-complicate things most of the time (think of how many of those “must have” functions on your gadgets that you’ve never used) so going back to basics is usually a good idea.

Apart from anything else, the simplest self improvement techniques are usually the ones we can do almost anywhere and with no preparation.

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Using a Gratitude Journal to Boost the Law of Attraction

Gratitude is one of the things that helps the law of attraction work faster.

So often, we don’t use simple words like please and thank you yet they make a world of difference.

If you’re not already in the habit, try it next time you buy something in a shop.

And smile at the same time!

One of the things that can fast track gratitude even more is keeping a gratitude journal.

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How to Fit Meditation into Your Day

The idea of meditation is great – it helps you become more relaxed and more focussed.

But how can you fit it into your already busy day?

After all, almost everyone seems to be time poor nowadays.

Which means that spending months or years learning how to meditate and then spending long periods of time on the meditation itself is a nice idea but not one that is necessarily going to happen as often as you’d like.

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How to Find the Perfect Meditation for You

Perfection is odd so there’s probably no such thing as the perfect meditation for you. But you can certainly get close to it.

Apart from anything else, your mood changes during the day and during the year.

So the perfect meditation on a cold winter morning probably won’t be the same on a nice summery day.

But, then again, it could be.

You know yourself better than anyone else. Go with your initial reaction – it’s almost always correct, especially on subjective matters like this where you could otherwise spend hours deliberating.

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