How To Be The Best Self: 3 Things To Do This February To Be A Better Version Of Yourself

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The previous month was all about starting fresh, deciding what your resolutions for this year are and creating goals.

And you might even started implementing these updates into your life. But this month you should think more seriously about them.

How serious are you in bettering your life and becoming the best version of yourself?

3 Things To Do This February To Be The Best Self:How To Be The Best Version Of Yourself

1. Take one of your goals from the previous month and make an actionable step.

The previous month was all about getting motivated and creating resolutions and goals. But as February comes this momentum of motivation tends to fade away.

Let me tell you something, motivation is not that important, discipline is what keeps you going.

That’s why you should take one of the goals you’ve written when you were motivated and create an actionable plan with clear steps of how to realize it. And the most important thing, take the first step!

2. Remove one thing from your schedule that wastes your energy.

As you implement new activities and hobbies into your life you should also get rid of the old ones.

Start with the ones that waste the most amount of your energy and you just do not enjoy anymore.

This way you will save yourself a big chunk of energy to focus on the new hobbies and activities that bring you closer to your goals.

3. Decide what it is that you really love to do.

Most of us have no idea what we really want. We think we do, but we don’t!

Probably one of the most important steps in becoming the best version of yourself and improving the quality of your life is finding out what sparks the fire inside you.

Sit down, take a piece of paper and start writing possible answers to this question. Once you strike the true answer of what you really love doing you will know. Just think what’s the one thing you’ll do even if you know you’ll fail. What’s the one thing that you just love doing and you do not even care of succeeding.