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5 Ways to Measure the Quality of Your Life

This is a syndicated post originally written on the Pick the Brain platform. 

How important is self-improvement to you? If you’re someone who believes a successful life is filled with continuous growth and learning, to you, self-improvement is important. And since you’re here reading this, I think it’s safe to assume that you, as well as I, view self-improvement as a priority.

Consistent improvement allows you to achieve your goals, find success, and realize happiness in your life. Self-improvement gives your life purpose and meaning, and is always something to be strive for. One thing I’ve noticed, however, is that when we focus on self-improvement, sometimes we end up feeling like our current life lacks quality. It’s almost as if we are so focused on future greatness that we become unhappy with our current situation.

We become so intent on being better tomorrow that we forget to be satisfied today.

As important as continuous self-improvement is, it’s always important to take a step back and measure the current quality of our lives.→ CONTINUE READING

Increase the Quality of Your Problems

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein.

Quick Takes:

  • Always challenge yourself with problems.
  • Overcoming problems and obstacles will increase your level of thinking.
  • Increasing your level of thinking expands your mindset, and therefore your knowledge and happiness.
  • Real life reference experiences are the best way to learn and grow – overcome problems by facing them in the real world.

Albert Einstein…every heard of him? I’ve written about him in the past, and low and behold, here we are again.

Whether we are entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, employees, college students, stay at home parents, or anything in between, we all face problems. Problems created both by ourselves and by those around us, which, ultimately, were created by ourselves to begin with. I digress, but think about it.

I’m realizing more and more that problems are unavoidable, regardless of our stage or place in life.→ CONTINUE READING

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