“There’s always one more thing you can do to increase your odds of success.” That dictum, stated by General Hal Moore, Famed commander of one of the most hard-fought, and won, battles in the Vietnam War gives motivation to those refuse to give up on improving as people.
A practical tips to bettering yourself and being better for those around you follow:
Tip 1: Note the health habits of a more fit person and pick one for yourself.
Tip 2: Drive Defensively
Tip 3: Set up an aggressive savings plan.
Tip 4: Educate yourself on the Affordable Care Act.
Tip 5; Try gratitude.
Tip 6: Drudge up those old dreams.
Tip 7: Let worry go.
Tip 8: Think of something you appreciate about your spouse. And, tell him or her.
Tip 9: Fulfill one of those promises you made to your children.
Tip 10: Come out of the dark room.
Tip 11: Aim to be a peacemaker in a current conflict between friends
Tip 12: Get out into the Sun.
Tip 13: Power down your cell phone for a day.
Tip 14: Organize your work.
Tip 15: Plan your next strategy.
Tip 16: Get rid of your television.
Tip 17: Make a five year plan.
Tip 18: Rehearse your goals to your friends.
Tip 19: Give to someone else.
Tip 20: Find people of like interest and connect with them.
Tip 21: Clean clutter.
Tip 22: Clear your junk mail folder.
Tip 23: Plan next week’s recipes, in advance.
Tip 24: Read an online article about how to be more productive.
Tip 25: Clean your car.
Tip 26: Find an online charity.
Tip 27: Give blood.
Tip 28: Network. Make a list of five people that you haven’t been in touch with.
Tip 29: Update your resume.
Tip 30: Look up free information sessions in your library
Tip 31: Learn to cook a new meal.
Tip 32: Learn a skill that your manager has need of.
Tip 33: look up associations related to your employment.
Tip 34: Read inspiring quotes.
Tip 35: Research top performers in your field.
Tip 36: Contact all of the people with whom you have interviewed prior to three months ago, and ask again.
Tip 37: Save money by clipping coupons.
Tip 38: Wash blouses and shirts with the top button buttoned, so that you can put your shirt on a hanger immediately.
Tip 39: Plan your grocery shopping.
Tip 40: Take a break, if you have been working hard.
Tip 41: Take a power nap.
Tip 42: Put together a workplace birthday club.
Tip 43: Write a thank you note to a co-worker for helping you.
Tip 44: Clean desk clutter.
Tip 45: Ask a co-worker how you can help them.
Tip 46: Come up with your own 50 ways to be more productive.
Tip 47: Ask for a mentor.
Tip 48: Be a mentor.
Tip 49: Plan a team outing.
Tip 50: Contact the Lou Aggetta Insurance team to save money on your insurance premiums.