Self-improvement project – a change for the better

How comfortable are you with the word “change”? All of us have some sort of long built habits that have become our characters and attitude and that explains why most of us tend to live life on an”autopilot” mode. We choose to eat certain food more often that another, we hang out at the regular places, we meet up with only a few close friends as well as we may even use the same thinking to solve the problems we encounter in life too.

Would you want to have a routine life or a progressive life? Routine things are more predictable and usually become a comfort zone that keeps people to stay inside. It is fine if you are truely happy with your usual routine choices and especially your routine-self. But if you ever think that you can still be a better person than who you are now to attract better things into your life and live the life you dream of, changes for the better are necessary and it must start from the willingness to change from within.

Internal Change – Improvement from the inside out To be able to have a better external outcome, you will need to change the internal input and even adjust the way you think if that is what caused the problems in the first place. Remember, you can’t solve the same problems with the same thinking.

For example, if you have failed relationships, think about what could have been the internal issues behind it or any part of your attitude or behaviour that might have limited you to be the right person for that special someone. When you know what went wrong behind the past issues in your life, look into how you can improve from there and prevent the similar problems in the future.

You can also improve yourself internally by choosing what input you feed into your mind like gaining new perspective from reading more about personal development articles, learning from more positive and wise friends or getting yourself a life coach if you think you need a professional help.

“Attitude is a little thing that makes BIG difference” – Winston Churchill

External Change – Improvement from the outside in It has been said that we should not ju