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9 Tips How to change Your Life and Become a Better Person

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Here are 9 things you can practice every day to become a better person:

1. Be READY TO Change

When you keep an open mind and desire to change, you are able to grow into the person you want to become.

 2. STOP Making Excuses

You can produce excuses, or you can create results - but you can't have both! Use your energy to make something happen. Be patient. Real change takes time. It doesn't happen overnight.

3. Stop Being Angry

Staying angry doesn’t help or solve any problems, it only creates more of them. Find some way of relaxing your nerves when you’re angry.

4. Be A Role Model

You can start small and be a “big brother” to someone, coach a kids’ team, or be a role model to your children. No matter what you choose to do, always make decisions that the person looking up to you will respect.

5. Forgive Someone

To become a better person, go through your past and forgive someone that did something to hurt you.

6. Listen To People

Everyone is in a rush, but people rarely ever have time to listen to what others have to say. Being a good listener can change your life in a positive manner.

7. Be Honest

Be honest with yourself, but not too judgmental or critical. The goal isn’t to hurt your self-esteem, but to take the information of the day and use it to improve tomorrow.

8. Do Something You Don’t Want To

Keeping an open mind and trying things that you wouldn’t normally do is a very easy way to become a better person. Take a risk and challenge yourself to try something you’ve always been scared to do.

9. Surprise Someone Special

One of the most rewarding feelings in the world are knowing that you made someone smile. Surprise the special someone in your life by doing something out of the ordinary for them!

“Positive feelings come from being honest about yourself and accepting your personality, and physical characteristics, warts and all; and, from belonging to a family that accepts you without question.” ~ Willard Scott 

Source: lifehack.org