Do you ever wish you could slip into someone else's shoes or become better at something? Use these tips on how to change your life to do just that.
Write a personal mission statement: according to Stephen R. Covey, "the key to the ability to change is a changeless sense of who you are, what you are about and what you value." Writing a personal mission statement is a fantastic way to clarify these things. There are lots of examples of these on the web if you search for personal mission statement
Don't be afraid to become a parent: I didn't want to become a Dad until sometime in my 30s. Life, however, had other plans for me. This year at the age of 25 I became a Dad for the first time. It's the best thing that has happened to me and I wouldn't have things any other way.
Read David Allen's book "Getting Things Done": this really is a must own book for anyone interested in personal development. I haven't fully implemented David's system, but some of his tips are invaluable.
Eat local: this year I read a great book this year called "The 100 Mile Diet": No, it wasn't environmentally preachy in any way. Instead it opened my eyes to just how interesting food can be when you know where it comes from.
Wake early: this year I have gone from someone who dreads the alarm clock to someone who happily wakes up at 5am each morning.
Turn off the autopilot and live consciously: are you on autopilot? I certainly was for a number of years, but now I feel I am consciously steering my life in the direction I want. This was one of my most popular articles this year, featuring on both Lifehack.org and Lifehacker.com
If you want to meet someone, contact them: ever contacted someone who you don't know, but would like to meet, and organized to catch up? I hadn't until a few months ago when I contacted, and subsequently met, John Chow. At the time I was starting to monetize this site, so it was a great opportunity for me to "pick the brain" of someone who earns $30,000 a month from blogging.
Do daily: this year I discovered the power of making habits daily.
Write: what I have learned from blogging is that writing is a great way to clarify and develop my ideas. So start a blog. Or, if you don't yet feel like sharing your inner thoughts and feelings with the world, write in a traditional journal.
Never leave the site of a good idea without taking some type of positive action: if you like the sound of one or more of these tips, take some form of positive action now.
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