I approach each day with the objective of improvement. I like to improve at everything I do. I figure if I am going to spend the time anyway, I am going to make the effort to become better.
If I constantly improve each aspect of my life, my life can only improve overall.
I avoid being obsessive when it comes to improvement. I simply pay attention to what I am doing at any moment and do it as well as I can. This is easy for me to do.
I feel more relaxed and at ease when I put my full attention on the task in front of me. Using my full attention maximizes my results.
I enjoy my life more, because I am making progress each day. I am literally getting better at everything I do each and every day.
I am happy and satisfied when I make progress each day. The more progress I make, the better I feel. The better I feel, the more I want to improve.
Today, I am looking forward to making several small improvements. These improvements are happening in my work, relationships, hobbies, diet and exercise program, and everything else I do.
- In what areas of my life have I failed to make progress? Why? What can I do to begin making small improvements in those areas?
- In what areas of my life do I seem to continue to make progress? Why am I improving?
- What would my life look like in six months if I improved each day in all the relevant areas of my life?