Are you better in any area of life today than you were yesterday?

If yesterday is too soon then how about last week, last month or last year?

If not, then why not?

Is it that you don’t believe in self-improvement or do you think it will just happen by itself?

Self-improvement doesn’t have to be a daunting task or come in the form of a drastic change. In fact small incremental changes that are barely noticeable have the power to accumulate over time and  are very often more effective because they allow you to adjust to your new state of being.

Self-improvement also doesn’t mean that you’re not happy, appreciative or accepting where you are right now but it does mean that you understand that you if you’re not moving forward in the important areas of your life then you are indeed moving backwards.

The four areas of life you should look for continuous improvement in are, family/relationships, career/finance, health/physical and religious/spiritual.

Write down one small, tiny little thing you’d like to improve in each area and think about it for a few days. Imagine how your life would be different if you committed to taking the steps that would make you better than yesterday.