To improve yourself, ask a close friend or family member what areas they could improve. If you want to identify areas for improvement yourself, write down your core values, such as honesty, hard work, or family. Then, set goals that are realistically achievable and measurable to work towards your values. For example, you might value a healthy lifestyle and have a goal of losing 20 pounds in 3 months. Once you start making the change, reminding yourself of it on a daily basis will help make your new behavior a reality. You should regularly ask yourself questions like, “Did I work towards my goal today?” or “Was my attitude positive today?”, as self-coaching can help with self-improvement. Keep reading for tips from our consulting co-writer, including how to deal with setbacks!
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