10 Tips for Self-Improvement

by Senpie

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02-14-2016, 10:19 PM
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  1. Avoid Procrastination - Procrastinating is one of the worse things you could do as you would be wasting perfectly good time that you could use for something more useful.
  2. If you're going to think, think big - Originally said by Donald Trump, he makes a very good point with this. It will get you somewhere good in life.
  3. Don't worry about success, focus on your failures - Most of us look down on our failures but you should actually be looking up on it and learn from it.
  4. Make a personalized morning and evening routine - If you were to keep a certain goal routine for the rest of your life it should be your morning and evening routine as it may help you do multiple things and even be more productive.
  5. Keep a Schedule - Down the road you'll forget an appointment or a meeting that may come back and hit you right in the face down the road, better safe than sorry.
  6. Read a book or article a day - Most of the well-educated people read either a book or an article a day as you can learn many great lessons by doing so.
  7. Be Generous - If you try to avoid the negativity that may be going on in your life it may do you some good along with someone else's.
  8. Don't wait, take risks - Usually it is better to take certain risks for certain things as you may be given an opportunity to do something and if you don't accept it someone else will grab it and you'll end up feeling bad about not accepting it and taking the risk in the future. After all, that is what life is about isn't it?
  9. When thinking of goals, think about reality too - Most people when they set goals sometimes they set their goals to be something that may not be done and they end up feeling bad because of it in the process. Think about reality before setting your goals.
  10. Don't be narcissistic - or in other words don't be selfish. If someone sends you a gift send them a postcard in return thanking them or even if they don't send you a gift end up sending them one anyway.
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02-15-2016, 08:26 PM
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I think the irony of this is that you're in my Lazies group and the first tip is about avoiding procrastination.

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02-16-2016, 04:16 AM (This post was last modified: 02-16-2016, 04:18 AM by eyepirate. Edit Reason: Embeded the video.)
#36787 (3)
>Read a book or article a day

Or just drive around in the Hollywood hills. It's as the billionaire Warren Buffet says "the more you hoon the more you poon".



Also what is meant by read a book a day? Do you mean like this guy where he reads a synopsis, the whole book or just some of the book?

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02-18-2016, 11:41 PM
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(02-16-2016, 04:16 AM)eyepirate Wrote: Also what is meant by read a book a day? Do you mean like this guy where he reads a synopsis, the whole book or just some of the book?

I'm guessin' he meant "read part of a book or article every day".

That said however, sticking to that resolution is easier said than done. As I get busier, my schedule seems to become naturally chaotic; pick-up conversations with friends can last up to an hour, and it's not uncommon for work to stretch well beyond my initial estimates of completion time. As such, my mind gradually shifts towards favoring short, encapsulated bursts of entertainment (such as wasting time on Reddit or GoBoiano) instead of recreation that requires sustained, unbroken attention (such as reading a novel or a chapter of a manga.)

This preference naturally reverses itself during the long, leisurely breaks between semesters. In any case, I'd probably benefit from finding a way to cut that sorta junk humor out of my life.

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02-19-2016, 05:21 PM
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Let me go through this, checklist style.
1. I never even wait before I start gaming, no procrastination here
2. I will beat this game!
3. I will try not to fail again maybe.
4. Morning - Gaming, Evening - Gaming, got that down too.
5. 12-12 Games, 12:01-11:59 Games.
6. Rpg's.
7. Give other people games to guilt-trip them in to playing games with me.
8. I'm going to use this potion now!
9. I will try to get to a save point before the night (maybe).
10. My team is most likely bettter than me!
So yeah, I'm a perfect human being. :3

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02-22-2016, 10:24 AM
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> If you're going to think, think big - Originally said by Donald Trump, he makes a
> very good point with this. It will get you somewhere good in life.

if he makes such a good point why won't you expand on it?
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02-22-2016, 01:14 PM
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>>36988
> > If you're going to think, think big - Originally said by Donald Trump, he makes
> a
> > very good point with this. It will get you somewhere good in life.
>
> if he makes such a good point why won't you expand on it?

Not everything he says is stupid