Your Best YOU:
7 Tips!

Your Best YOU: 7 Tips!

‘What do Susan Boyle, Paul Potts and JK Rowling all have in common, apart from they happen to be British? Their success did not come about or easily. Not for any of them came instant fame and recognition in the spotlight.

For many of us, times are rough. Especially now the idea of becoming the ‘perfect version’ of ourselves seems so unobtainable. It seems impossible. But no matter how frustrated or troubled on the surface, deep down everyone is truly extraordinary.

If you are asked if it is possible for you to get into the best shape of your life, you could agree that it is. You could take a closer look on what your eat all day and work out more.

If you’re asked if it possible for you to become smarter than you’ve ever been, you could agree that you could work hard, study, learn, and practice more than you ever had. Then why is it so difficult to see that you can become your best you?

Just like getting in shape or becoming smarter it takes attention, dedication and some work. It is a journey and there will be obstacles. But the rewards is great. You will be your own definition of the perfect person! Here are seven tips you might like to consider:

Know what you want

Knowing is deeper and stronger than wishful thinking or hoping. It is a conviction so solid that you can base your life on it. But maybe you don’t know what you really want in life… Then you’re not alone. Thousands, if not millions, of people wander the earth every day without a quest. Figure out what makes you happy. Figure out what you want in a career. Evaluate your core values. Evaluate your strengths. Find your passion and don’t be afraid of change.

Practice your passion: take action

If you have a talent, keep working with it. If you would like to be happier, do things that make you happy. Better communications? Be willing to learn, practise, improve. And make mistakes from time to time.

Raise your energy

Love yourself and be grateful for all you have in your life, right now. Pay attention to your blessings. Look up. Learn to forgive and laugh at the mistakes you make along the way. Each day, feel the enthusiasm for your vision, as if it has already happened. Stay open for the remarkable to take place. It will.

Gather positive people around you

At the very least, spend time with people who are supportive and for you. Enrich yourself by getting to know others who are actively creating the best for themselves, and learn from them.

Organize yourself for success

Find ways of dealing with the things that have to be done, so that you are not distracted by them. Only agree to do what you will actually do. Learn to say no to what does not fit for you.

Believe in yourself

Believe in your vision. Believe in what you care for. Feeling doubtful? In these challenging times, young children may teach us something. As adults, we can also be persistent in going for what we value.

Take care of yourself

Do the things that show you care for yourself: eat foods that serve your body, drink plenty of water, get enough sleep, exercise regularly, make time and space for fun, stay focused on your vision and intention. Taking care of your health is a wise investment of your time and attention.


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Mirjam Stoffels

Founder of seven2success, author of ‘Daily Little Secrets to Success’ and guest blogger at TEDxRoermond, Project Eve and 365 dagen succesvol. In my mission to make seven2success the biggest platform of knowledge and inspiration for women, I want to inspire you with our content! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Let’s to connect! And do you want to inspire other women? Write for us!

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