I realised some time ago that sometimes I get too harsh when talking to someone and when I think about those things I realise that I really hurt them unintentionally. I was lucky to recognise my weakness. Although I wouldn’t say I’ve reached perfection, I’m glad I gave it some consideration and came to it quickly.

Here are some practices I’ve been practicing in my everyday routine to improve constantly as a person.#

1. Think Before You Speak

Words have a lot of power. Consider the first time your significant other declared their love for you. What a great feeling that was! But cruel remarks are also a possibility. Have you ever told an offensive joke ? Afterward, you probably felt awful.

Always pause for a moment or two to consider the implications of your words before speaking them aloud.

2. Embrace Change

Change encourages personal development. You should be willing to attempt new things, even if they worry you, rather than fighting change.
Along with accepting change, you need to promote constructive change. You might establish a food drive or a recycling programme at work, both of which would benefit your community.

3. Use Your Strengths

Keep in mind that your abilities are a gift. Keep them from being wasted. Give others your tennis expertise if you are skilled at it. You as well as the people in your life will appreciate it.

4.Address Your Weaknesses

You must also be conscious of your shortcomings at the same time. It’s yet another means of boosting our own development. Make a note of your weak points and create goals to address them.

I’m a difficult person to work with. I understand this. Discover ways to overcome your weaknesses by learning to acknowledge them and address them.

5.Pay Attention to Others

Isn’t it wonderful when someone wants to know about your day? For others, try to follow similar. Even if you have to write down reminders in your calendar, following up with someone after an important event can mean the world to them.

I hope these simple steps will help you to become better person. Don’t forget to share your thoughts with me.

Think before you speak


  1. Some good ideas as starting points. I would say, however, that I don’t believe we may always wish to address our w weaknesses – or at least to turn them into strengths. For me, it’s better to recognise our weaknesses, acknowledge them. But if you don’t want to address them (I’m hopeless with numbers – I can do what I need to get by but I’ve no interest in taking that further). I’d say that if you identify an area for development, then make a plan to develop it. But if not, in recognising our weaknesses, we can make a plan to deal with it … in my case, ensuring there are others in the team who are better with numbers (or marry an accountant) – people can complement each other. People want to be helpful, this allows that to happen, and helps create bonds

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