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  • Writer's pictureJack Paschal

The good news is that there is never an end to the journey of self-improvement. #VideoGames #Comfort

How to better yourself? Start with these 22 practical tips buff.ly

You can’t be too busy to improve yourself.

If you think you’re already good, you can still do better!


If you’re someone looking for the meaning of life, there’s nothing more meaningful than pursuing a life of development and betterment.


Think about this, it is through improving ourselves that we get the most out of life.


The good news is that there is never an end to the journey of self-improvement.


In fact, you can start improving yourself now.


Don’t worry, what we have here are 22 super easy tips to better yourself.


Let’s start:


1. Read books Books are concentrated sources of wisdom but you have to choose good books, too.


The more books you read, the more knowledge and wisdom you get to better improve yourself.


Some books you can read are those that promote improvement socially, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and financially.


In fact, billionaire Warren Buffet was once asked what makes him successful and this is how he responded:


Read 500 pages like this every day,” while reaching toward a stack of manuals and papers.


“That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will do it.”


Reading voraciously has helped him get ahead and it can help you, too.


If you’re wondering what to read, you might want to check out my list of the top 15 philosophy books.


Practical and applicable, the philosophy of our forefathers can be understood by anyone and will help you get ahead in life.


2. Learn a new language.


Well, English isn’t the only language in the world.


Learning a new language will also come in handy when you want to travel the world or meet new people.


You can start learning Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, or anything that fancies you.


Learning a language an exciting skill, and it opens up your mind to other cultures.


Not only does speaking two languages rather than just one have obvious practical benefits in a globalized world, but scientists have also shown that bilingualism makes you smarter.


According to several studies, being bilingual has a profound effect on the brain, improving cognitive skills not related to language and even shields against dementia in old age.


3. Pick up a new hobby.


Think about the things you wanted to do, but haven’t done.


Did you want to learn how to play tennis?


Then, start now.


Did you want to learn to play chess?


You can do it now.


There’s a lot of hobbies you can pick up like fencing, golf, rock climbing, football, canoeing, or ice skating.


It can also be a recreational hobby like pottery, Italian cooking, dancing, wine appreciation, web design, etc. Recent studies continue to confirm that you can increase your potential and general intelligence.


And through certain hobbies and techniques, we can spark our brain into building new neural pathways, allowing it to work at a faster, retain more information and at a higher level.


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