17 Daily Habits To Become A More Successful Woman

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    March 14, 2018
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17 Daily Habits To Become A More Successful Woman

If you start with this today it can help you live a better life!

1. Choose at least one sport as a hobby

Choose at least one sport, otherwise, the lazy, sedentary lifestyle you had in your college will continue! We don’t want that right? It will do all the awful things to your body. Doing an exercise every day is not only to look good on the outside but we all know it’s to have a healthy body as well. For the office ladies, work out, or your job will kill you.

2. Write down the highlights of your day

This may be hard, especially to do it every day. But once you make it a routine it becomes a habit. Writing down about your day will help you become more self-aware and you can figure out what made you happy and what didn’t. You can find out so much, believe me, you’ll be surprised!

3. Talk at least to 1 stranger every single day

Yes, days pass by so fast, and when you look back at your days you realize that you could have met more people. But it’s still not too late to this and try to make this one of your daily habits. It gives you the opportunity to meet new people, make new friends or even give you new ideas.. Who knows it can be someone who can help you get where you want to be. Like starting a business together or much more.

4. Listen more, listen well

Having a hard time to remember what someone once told you? Right. It’s something that can be learned. Listen very well. It’s not only pleasant for the person who is telling you something, but for yourself as well. We all know that people love to talk about themselves. Let them talk. But try to listen well and listen more, instead of thinking what you want to say next.

5. Waste less time

To be honest we all waste time, right? Sometimes we waste our time more than other times. Life is composed of days, days of hours, hours of minutes. And you only get so many in a lifetime.

6. Find happiness in the process/journey to your way of accomplishing your dreams

Nothing will go perfectly. While you try to accomplish your dreams, don’t forget to enjoy and find happiness in the journey.

7. Build strong friendships, and be kind to people

You don’t know this, but you are really more like your friends than you think.

8. Have a different kind of experiences

The more life experiences you have, the more creative your ideas get. And the better you can relate to people, which will help you in a lot of ways.

9. Don’t spend all your money, save it

Best way to save money is to put a little bit away with each paycheck before you start to pay bills. And do it automatically so you don’t miss it.

10. Have older friends too

Older friends: They’ve been there, done that, and have lived to tell you the tale.

11. Start meditating

It’s something you can’t learn after doing it just 1 time. Meditating is like a brain sport. It trains your brain to be able to deal with the madness of each day.

12. Learn to work with shame and doubt

Everybody experiences these emotions, as sociologist Brené Brown has evidenced, but few people learn how to healthfully cope with them.

13. Go outside

Live life more outside. It’s easy to stay indoors all the time. So go outside! What are we doing inside? We are inside all the time anyway. Cognitive psychologists have shown that a little “wilderness bathing” can be a tool against depression and burnout.

14. Meet people who are a totally different person than you are

When you get to know someone who is different, you automatically tend to keep yourself at distance, because you both think you can’t get along. But you have to know more people different kind of people, more different than you are. If you are a quiet one, make friends with a noisy one. If you are a country girl, make friends with a city girl. Why? Because one of the many reasons is that we make better decisions in bigger diverse groups.

15. Date everything

Whether you’re connecting with a person, taking notes during a meeting, or stuffing takeout into the fridge, knowing the date of when something happened is useful in ways you can’t predict.

16. Read novels

Reading stories will help you understand other people’s experience of life.

17. Set minimum goals

Read 15 pages a day, do 20 pushups, floss your teeth every night. This way you can break gigantic projects into day-sized tasks.

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