Updated: Mar 9, 2020
It's human nature to compare ourselves to others, but this comparison game only feed our insecurities. Be comfortable with who you are. Accept and being kind to yourself will help you be kinder to other people too. It’s time to stop focusing on your flaws and start noticing things you do well, which they must be plenty.
Positive emotions, like joy, gratitude, pride don’t just make us feel good when we experience them, they also help us perform better, broaden our perception and improve our physical health. So taking a positive approach to life.
Have goals to look forward to it’s fulfilling but it’s important that they are achievable. Otherwise, very challenging goals cause unnecessary stress and disappointment. Knowing your limits help you choose realistic goals and this motivates and satisfies you.
Its important despite your fully schedule to find some time to exercise. Being active help us maintain our physical as well as our mental health. Exercise releases hormones which are responsible for our mood. At the end of your training you will feel more happy, productive and relaxed.
Learning broaden our mind, help us create new ideas and keep us motivated. Every day from each person you learn something. Open your mind and your ears, become more observant and try to read more.