How to Learn and Improve Every Single Day

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We live in a very dynamic world. Something new happens every day. There is a constant change. Sometimes, it is hard to follow up on all those changes. It’s not easy to understand the world around you when everything is still. Much harder is when you are surrounded by constant change.

The only solution is to improve yourself every day. That is a way to adapt to the craziness of today’s world rhythm. You need to make sure that you’re not out of date. Otherwise, time will overtake you. So, the only solution is to overcome yourself every single day.

Did you know that an everyday improvement of just 1% means that you’ll be 270% better in the next one hundred days? Don’t underestimate small steps. Every step forward is a good step.

So, here are our 6 ways to help you in the improvement of yourself from day to day:

  1. Exercise 
  2. Read
  3. Write a diary
  4. Gaining new skills
  5. Hobby
  6. Setting goals and time management

Keep reading to find out more.

1. Exercise

How many hours do you spend sitting? The answer is too many. That is the first problem. Out body is not made for sitting. Our body needs to move as much as possible. So, for your health and improvement, include training at least 3 times per week.

Exercise will help you to concentrate better. It will sharper your focus, and it will teach you discipline. Also, your muscles will be thanking you for activating them.

And don’t forget brain training. The brain needs constant challenges and new information. The Brain Workshop is an interesting and good way to improve your memory. Try it, you’ll not regret it.

2. Read

Books are worlds. Every book will give you a new world, new people, and new ideas. Just 10 pages per day will change your way of living and thinking. It will improve your imagination and give you a lot of inspiration to live your life in the best possible way.

3. Write a diary

Writing is a good way of communicating with yourself. There is just paper and you. You can be honest and write about whatever you want. The best is to write about your emotions.

That will help you to understand yourself better and improve your flaw. It can also help you if you have a problem with anxiety.

Writing a journal will help you to balance your emotional being and learn how to deal with different stuff. In a year, you’ll be calmer and prepared to rock this world!

4. New skills

The more skills you have, the more valuable you are. Possibilities are all around us. It was never that easy to learn something new. Probably, one click separates you from learning a new skill.

Don’t be lazy, research in what you’re interested in and give it a chance. Small steps, remember. Every new skill unlocks a new level for you. Also, it challenges you to go out of your comfort zone.

5. Hobby

A hobby will challenge you to grow in different areas. It will encourage you to improve mentally, emotionally, and physically. A hobby is also something that can help you in socializing and meeting new people. So, it will improve your social skills, too. Isn’t that a win-win situation?

6. Setting goals and time management

Without a goal, you don’t know where you’re going. In that way, you cannot achieve any result. You can use the SMART method in defining your goals. SMART means that your goals need to be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. With goals, your whole life will be better planned.

After setting goals, you need to organize your time. Every person has 24 hours for himself. The difference is how people use those hours. That is why time management is important. When you know when it’s time for reading, exercising, or just chilling, you will have better use of time without any waste.

This all is important because time is a non-renewable resource. Time cannot be back. So, be smart, don’t waste it.


In the beginning, you can just choose one of that stuff and try to be better at it from day to day. You’ll see positive changes and feel better, even though results will not appear immediately. Just remember that 1% makes change and keep going.

“We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” – Oprah Winfrey

What do you think?

Written by Kara Masterson

Kara Masterson is a freelance writer from West Jordan, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing and spending time with her dog, Max.

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