50 Ways To Excel In Life

There are so many different ways to excel in life that finding the right combination for you can feel quite overwhelming! While some methods to excel may work great for your friend, they may not provide the same satisfaction or results for you.

If you’ve recently felt like you’ve been stuck in a rut and unable to move forward, you can begin to excel further in life with these 50 tips and tricks. 

50 Tips To Excel In Life

Tip 1: Redefine what success really means for you.

How you define success is purely subjective. What you would consider a major success may not be the same for your friends or family members. However, just because you see success differently from others doesn’t mean your opinions about what defines success are wrong – it means you are focusing on what it really means for you! 

Finding success is a personal journey. Don’t be afraid to rethink how you define success. If you’ve been defining success based on what your friends want out of life, what you see others striving toward, or what your family suggests you do to find success, you may discover that your current definition of success doesn’t really align with what you really want out of life. Don’t be afraid to deconstruct your definition of success and redefine it! 

Tip 2: Look at your past mistakes as learning opportunities rather than embarrassments. 

Nobody likes making mistakes, but unfortunately, doing so is a natural part of life for everyone. If you’re going to make mistakes (and you most certainly will at some point or another), a great way to use those experiences to your advantage is to view them as learning opportunities rather than embarrassments. 

Feeling shame or remorse over making a mistake are normal emotional reactions; you may feel extremely embarrassed when you think about past mistakes you’ve made. 

Instead of allowing embarrassment or shame to cloud your thoughts, think about what you learned from making those mistakes – that knowledge is valuable and can help you avoid making similar mistakes again in the future, helping you excel in life. 

Tip 3: Use vulnerability to your advantage.

Being vulnerable is tough for many people. When you’re being vulnerable, you’re allowing yourself to open up to others. Rather than hiding your opinions, feelings, and thoughts from the world, you allow people to take a candid peek inside of your mind rather than restricting those inner thoughts. 

When you’re vulnerable, you open yourself up for opportunities to excel in life. Vulnerable folks aren’t afraid of what others think of them – instead, they understand that being open, honest, and vulnerable helps strengthen relationships and communication between themselves and others.

Tip 4: Embrace your sense of tenacity.

Tenacity is the quality of not letting go or giving up on something. When you find yourself struggling to do something, embrace your sense of tenacity to carry you through that hard time. 

In the thick of a tough situation, it’s easy and tempting to just “let it go” and move on to something that may seem easier or better in comparison. However, it’s important to embrace your sense of tenacity by remembering your goals and the importance of why you’re doing what you’re doing. In the end, this attitude will help you keep pushing through toward your goal. 

Tip 5: Go after those “harder to reach” goals.

Have you ever wanted to try reaching a goal but thought to yourself, “There’s no way I could ever do that”? If so, you’ve denied yourself a chance to go after that big goal! 

Even if a goal seems really hard to reach, give yourself a chance to go after it. If you aren’t taking a chance and actually trying to reach those types of goals, there is a 100% chance that they’ll never be met. Getting started is the first step toward success; giving yourself permission to go after those “harder to reach” goals is a big part of excelling in life. 

Tip 6: Find a way to manage your time effectively.

Managing your time well is a great way to excel in life. With an organized schedule, you can maximize your productivity and ensure you’re balancing your time properly between yourself, your obligations, and other responsibilities. 

To better manage your time, it’s important to understand how you’re using it first. Keep a journal of how you spend your time each day for a week. This reflective practice can help you identify places where you spend too much time and too little. With this information, you can develop a better time management strategy to ensure you’re using your time most effectively.

Tip 7: Keep an open mind.

Being more open minded is an excellent way to excel in life. Keeping an open mind means you’re able to entertain new ideas, opinions, and experiences without any prior judgment. 

When you approach new situations with an open mind, you give yourself to experience them without any hesitation or reservations. Being able to do this allows you to experience tons of new things outside of your comfort zone. Often, you’ll discover that embracing open mindedness introduces you to lots of fantastic new people, ideas, and activities. 

Tip 8: Don’t wait for handouts and freebies from the world. 

Life will occasionally reward you with a surprise benefit or bonus. For example, you may find a $20 bill on the ground or have a friend give you something for free. These kinds of surprises are great, but they are never guaranteed.

Rather than waiting for handouts and freebies, take action to get what you want and need on your own. 

Tip 9: Determine whether or not there are any activities you can cut from your schedule. 

It’s tough to excel in life when your schedule is packed to the brim. Often, people who feel like they’re constantly being pulled in different directions by a busy schedule have activities they can cut from them to make their lives more manageable. 

Take a close look at your schedule and determine if there are any activities you can cut or reduce – doing this will give you more time to participate in activities that really matter to you and help you get closer to your personal goals. 

Tip 10: See the true value in your experiences.

Every experience you have holds value. Whether you earn something from the experience, learn something new, or meet a new person, everything you encounter in life holds value. 

Learning how to appreciate your experiences gives you the power to see the value in all your experiences. Even when difficult things happen in your life, you understand that you can still learn from these experiences and gain wisdom from them. 

Tip 11: Learn how to identify the right kinds of people to keep in your life.

You build all sorts of relationships over the course of your lifetime. Some of them are precious and valuable; others…not so much. When you create relationships with the wrong types of people, they can hurt you because they’re toxic. 

Over time, make note of what makes different relationships positive and toxic. As you identify who you do and don’t want in your life, use those traits to ensure you’re choosing the right kinds of people to keep around – maintaining positive relationships over toxic ones will help you excel in life.

Tip 12: Make living the life you really, truly want a top priority. 

Don’t let life get in your way of truly living. This may seem like an oxymoron, but it’s true – sometimes the details of life can become complicated and murky, making it difficult for you to actually live the life you want. 

Reevaluate your goals and desires often. If you notice that what you’re currently doing is no longer serving you or helping you get closer to your goals and dreams, make sure you change your course accordingly. Prioritize living the life you really, truly want. 

Tip 13: Listen to your body’s signals and respect its needs.

Excelling in life requires a healthy body to do it. Your body sends you tons of signals – make sure you are listening to them and respecting them! 

Your body will send you tons of signals each day. Make sure you’re listening to them all. Some examples of these signals include…

  • Feeling hungry or thirsty 
  • Feeling tired 
  • Feeling uncomfortable or uneasy 
  • Feeling sore or strained 
  • Feeling depressed or sad 
  • ….and many more! 

Your body gives you these types of signals because it needs something. If you’re going to excel in life by reaching goals and achieving your dreams, you’re going to need a healthy body to do it. Make sure you’re respecting your bodily needs when they arise – your physical body is one of your most valuable tools. 

Tip 14: Look toward people you consider role models for inspiration. 

If you find yourself admiring someone, pay close attention to how they speak and act. Identifying your role models and looking to them for inspiration is an excellent way to excel in life. By using your role models as examples, you can identify key habits and traits they exhibit that help them succeed and find ways to implement them in your own life. 

Tip 15: Make reading one of your regular habits.

People who enjoy reading reap tons of benefits! Regular readers enjoy…

  • Learning about a variety of subjects and topics 
  • Exercising their minds through the physical act of reading 
  • Enjoying exciting stories as a means of a mental escape

Enjoying some reading time each day is a fantastic way to relax and learn new things. As an added bonus, reading before bedtime rather than scrolling on your phone or watching TV is a great way to prepare your brain for rest. 

Tip 16: Identify your excuses and cut them out of your vocabulary.

Excuses give you plenty of opportunities to shy away from good opportunities and learning experiences. If you’re using excuses to stop yourself from going after something in life, it’s time to identify them and cut them out of your vocabulary. 

Learning how to identify your excuses can be tricky. For example, some excuses may use the following language….

  • I can’t do that because [insert reason here]. 
  • If I tried to do that, [person/people] would think poorly of me or even laugh at me. 
  • That kind of goal is for someone more experienced or smarter than me. 

Every time you use one of these excuses, you stop yourself from going after something you want in life. Eliminating those excuses takes you a step closer toward excelling in life. 

Tip 17: Start waking up earlier each day. 

Unfortunately, sleeping in as late as possible each day isn’t always a recipe for success. It’s best to start your days earlier instead. 

People who get up earlier in the mornings are usually more productive and well-established in routines that help prepare them for a successful day. For example, waking up earlier each day gives you more chances to get tasks done sooner in the day when you mind is fresh and more alert. 

Tip 18: Challenge yourself to do one hard thing each day. 

Growth doesn’t happen inside your comfort zone. To excel in life, challenge yourself to do one hard thing each day. Doing hard things gives you an opportunity to learn and grow in new ways every day. 

Hard things can vary. For example, you may consider striking up a conversation with a stranger hard to do. You may struggle to complete a type of brain teaser puzzle and consider it a hard activity. Learning a new skill may be hard for you. 

Regardless of what you find hard to do, challenging yourself to do one hard thing each day exposes you to areas outside your comfort zone and helps you develop into a more experienced, well-rounded person.

Tip 19: On your especially difficult days, use parenting tactics on yourself. 

Even if you aren’t a parent in real life, you can still use parenting techniques on yourself – especially when you’re having a challenging day! 

Parenting yourself involves using kindness, reasoning, and gentleness to get yourself through something difficult to do. For example, if you’re feeling depressed and having a hard time convincing yourself to clean your bedroom, you may use a common parenting tactic to get yourself through the challenge of cleaning: “If I get my bedroom clean, I can enjoy a couple episodes of that TV show I like.” 

Once the task is accomplished, reward yourself with the TV show and use kind words toward yourself to acknowledge your success.

Tip 20: Become a Plan A, B, and C person. 

Preparedness is a major component of excelling in life. When you are prepared with plans, you are rarely surprised by unexpected or unfortunate events. 

People with plans have a good grasp on how to handle their lives. No matter what happens, they aren’t shaken or rendered paralyzed by the surprise of what happens – instead, they are ready to take action so they can keep their lives moving forward. 

Tip 21: Adjust your goals to fit your current life. 

Sometimes readjusting or reprioritizing your goals is the best way to ensure you’re really going after what you truly need and want in life. Learning how to do this is a great way to excel further in your life – when you have your goals mapped out and planned strategically, you’ll feel like you’re succeeding and winning more. 

Adjusting a goal doesn’t mean you’re abandoning it. Instead, you’re rearranging what you need to do in order to meet it in a way that suits your current life better. For example, if your current living situation is chaotic, returning to school full time may be a difficult goal to meet.

Instead of struggling to do four classes’ worth of homework in a house full of loud roommates, try doing one or two classes at a time instead. This adjustment makes your goal better suited for your current life, thus making it easier to excel. 

Tip 22: Develop some solid routines to automate the more “automatic” parts of your life.

Getting ready for work in the mornings, preparing for bedtime, and cleaning your house: These are all necessary parts of life that can eat up a lot of your personal time if you allow them to do so! 

A great way to avoid allowing the more “automatic” parts of your life to dominate your precious time is to develop routines for them. Routines are anything but boring and predictable – they help you excel in life by making the events and actions that need to happen in your life each day feel more streamlined. 

Rather than rushing out the door each morning because you woke up late, for example, a solid morning routine can set you up for a day of success by ensuring a positive, prepared start. 

Tip 23: Do something weird each day. 

Life is too short to live by the norms of society. Give yourself an opportunity to do something a little out of the ordinary or weird each day! 

Sometimes societal expectations or your usual methods of doing things can limit you to a certain way of acting or approaching a problem. When you take the “weird” route, you open yourself up to some interesting solutions and ways to do things. 

Tip 24: Begin mastering the “balance” of life.

Learning how to balance your life is an important part of excelling. Your life contains a multitude of important categories that require your attention. For example, many people have professional careers, hobbies, families, friends, personal needs, responsibilities, obligations, and more that keep them incredibly busy. 

To get a better sense of how to master this balance, take some time to inventory all the different areas that make up your life. Create a written list of all the different aspects of your life that are vying for your time and energy. 

Are there some areas that require more energy and attention than others? Are there some areas that don’t serve you well and could be trimmed back? Analyzing a written list can help you better understand how you’re spending your time and where you could better master this balance.

Tip 25: Become your own #1 fan.

Excelling in life feels easier when you have people cheering you on. Make sure you are leading the pack of folks supporting you! Too often, people fail to be supporters of themselves. When you do something well, acknowledge it.

Celebrate all your wins, big or small. If you find success, give yourself an internal shout-out. When you’re being your own number one fan, you’re giving yourself permission to be adventurous and find success. 

Tip 26: Learn how to value all the impacts you make – not just the big ones.

Making a big impact on something feels great, but those big “a-ha!” moments of making a difference don’t happen every single day. This is why acknowledging all the impacts you make is such an important aspect of excelling in life. 

While you may consider some of the impacts you make smaller (or even insignificant), they are likely far from that. For example, small acts of kindness, choosing to be helpful, and spreading positivity are all ways to make a good impact in a small way that still make a big difference.

Tip 27: Silence the negative voices.

Human beings are naturally negative creatures. It may sound like a depressing bit of information, but it is true. Humans tend to lean toward their negative thoughts and inclinations rather than their positive ones.

This is due to long-ago developments in early humans’ brains that helped keep them alive. For example, when a human long ago paid attention to their negative thoughts, it kept them safe from potential threats in their environments. 

While we aren’t exactly having to worry about falling off cliffs or getting mauled by a neighboring tribal community anymore, this negativity bias remains a part of our brains. It does serve us well by helping us understand potential negative consequences, but it shouldn’t be the only voice you listen to. 

Learn how to silence your negative voices by choosing to give weight to your more positive ones. Just as something negative can happen to you, there’s also a chance that something positive can happen – learning how to acknowledge and anticipate that positivity is a major component of excelling in life. 

Tip 28: Develop a positive influence mentality in everything you do.

Every time you interact with someone, make a decision, or speak, you have the power to do so with a “positive influence” mentality.” This means that you approach your speech and actions with the intention to spread positivity. 

When you approach everything with a positive influence mentality, you’re ensuring that you’ll experience the best results possible. Negativity tends to be a huge drag – being negative can lead you down dark pathways, taint relationships, and cause extra emotional burdens. By approaching everything with the intention of being a positive influence to the world, you’ll excel much further in life. 

Tip 29: Don’t wait around for good things to happen to you.

Sometimes nice things happen unexpectedly. When these happy surprises happen, it’s a joyous occasion. However, if these random, unexpected, nice things are all you have to look forward to, you may be missing an opportunity to experience more of them. 

Rather than waiting around for good things to happen to you, take action to make them happen for yourself. If you wait around for something good to happen, you may be waiting a very long time. Instead, take steps toward making good things happen for you. 

For example, rather than waiting around for a new job opportunity to appear, you can begin searching on your own for new options. Instead of waiting to meet the perfect romantic partner to materialize, you can join a dating website or a social meetup and start meeting new people on your own. 

Tip 30: Organize your purse, backpack, or any other bag you tote around on a regular basis. 

Your purse, backpack, or wallet is likely your “center of operations” during the day. Since these bags and carryalls contain all the necessities you need to make it through a busy day, keeping it organized is important. 

It’s easier to get through life when you have your bags and wallets organized. Give yourself this small step toward having an easier time excelling in life – go through your bag, remove anything you don’t need, trash anything that needs to go to the garbage, and organize what you do need. Your future self will thank you! 

Tip 31: Keep a small notebook on you at all times. 

Small, random thoughts can derail your train of thought when you’re trying to be productive and get tasks accomplished. Rather than letting those intrusive little thoughts throw off your concentration, jot them down in a small notebook instead. 

Keeping a notebook with you gives you a place to “brain dump” when little thoughts pop into your brain. It’s easier to excel when you know your random thoughts have a place to go. With this method, you’ll feel less compelled to stop what you’re doing to text your mom back or Google search that random book you remembered. Your notebook full of random thoughts will be waiting for you once your main task is completed.

Tip 32: Limit the number of times you scroll through your smartphone notifications. 

Smartphones have their pros and cons. Having instant access to information and other people is incredibly valuable; they’re the main reasons why our smartphones have become such an essential part of our everyday lives. However, they also have some pitfalls. 

Having a smartphone has the tendency to make you feel “available” 24/7. When your calls, texts, and emails pop up immediately on your phone, it’s tempting to feel like you need to answer them as soon as you see them. This mindset can lead to a lot of stress and anxiety – being constantly available to the outside world isn’t a sustainable way to live. 

Rather than considering yourself constantly connected to the world via your smartphone, create some boundaries with your phone and honor them. For example, when you leave work for the day, you may decide to silence your notifications until the next morning. You can decide to remove your work email from your phone or leave your phone tucked in a drawer for an hour each evening. However you decide to limit how often you find yourself scrolling and checking notifications, implement and honor it. 

Tip 33: Get your hardest tasks and chores done early in the day. 

A great way to excel in life is by taking care of your hardest tasks and chores earlier in the day. By finishing these tough tasks first, you set yourself up for a much easier day. 

For example, if you start your day with a list of five major tasks to accomplish, try doing the hardest couple of tasks first. By getting these harder tasks done early, you’ll be left with a serious sense of accomplishment. You can also ease any feelings of anxiety or stress by handing these bigger tasks early.
Tip 34: Implement five grateful minutes into each day. 

Gratitude often falls by the wayside in a busy life but learning how to be grateful each day is a major component to excelling in life. Thankful people understand how good their lives truly are. 

Make a habit of spending five minutes reflecting on what makes you feel grateful. You may decide to journal, meditate, or use mantras to remind yourself of all the goodness you have in your life. However you choose to spend your five minutes being grateful will be time well spent. 

Tip 35: Start each morning with some peaceful silence before starting your day. 

One of the best times of the whole day is early in the morning before anyone else wakes up. If you are fortunate enough to be able to give yourself some quiet alone time first thing in the morning, get into the habit of doing it each morning. 

Perhaps you reserve fifteen minutes to enjoy a cup of coffee before the other members of your household awaken. Spending that quiet time before you interact with others or go out in the world in a peaceful way can help you start your day with a fresh, positive mindset.

Tip 36: Give yourself a “waiting period” before hitting send on your phone’s call button, email, or outgoing text message. 

A great way to excel in life is to be cautious with your words. Words can’t be unsaid or unsent – once you respond to someone’s email, text, or call, the words you chose to use toward them are out in the open. 

When you are in the middle of a tense conversation or receive a text that ignites your temper, make yourself observe a waiting period before responding to the person. After taking some time to contemplate your feelings about what they said, you may calm down and realize that you want to answer differently. 

Taking this time to wait and think is called “acting” rather than “reacting.” Learning how to act calmly and gather your thoughts rather than instantly reacting is a great way to preserve friendships and avoid a lot of strife with others. 

Tip 37: Practice assuming the best case scenario.

Humans are naturally hard-wired to assume the worst: It’s a major survival strategy! Our ancestors long ago learned to always expect the worst-case scenario, such as the possibility of a saber-toothed tiger hiding in the bushes or an unfamiliar plant being poisonous. By approaching scenarios with caution, they avoided pitfalls. 

Thinking this way constantly isn’t conducive to excelling in life. Always assuming the worst leads to a lot of negative thinking, anxiety, and worry. Instead, practice acknowledging the best-case scenario. Often, we focus on only the possibility of something bad happening and forget that there’s often an equal chance of something good happening. 

Tip 38: Choose to be a helper. 

In any situation, you have the opportunity to be a helper. A helper is a person who wants to do whatever they can to make things work better or run more smoothly. They aren’t afraid to get down and dirty in a situation, no matter how challenging it is.

When you’re faced with any situation, choose to be the helper. Find ways to support friends, family, and coworkers when they’re struggling to get something done. In a crisis, find out how you can support those affected negatively by the events. 

When you see a stranger in need, do what you can to offer them assistance. Helpers excel in life because they understand the value in spreading positivity to others.

Tip 39: Start viewing your failures as opportunities rather than punishments. 

When you make a mistake or fail at something, it’s easy to get sucked into a spiral of negative thinking. Failing and making mistakes stinks; both can cause you to question your abilities and doubt all the decisions you made to get yourself to that point.
Rather than allowing yourself to feel tormented by a failure or mistake, reframe your thinking to see them as opportunities rather than punishments. Any time you fail or make a mistake, you have a chance to learn something from the experience.

You can take that knowledge with you into the future and use it to avoid making similar mistakes again. Adopting this mindset is more conducive to excelling in life because you won’t feel trapped in your mistake. Instead, you’ll feel like you can move forward. 

Tip 40: Try to learn one new word each day. 

Folks with strong vocabularies excel in life in a few different ways. Make an effort to learn a new word (and use it!) each day. 

With a larger vocabulary, it’s much easier to express yourself and communicate clearly. A larger vocabulary gives you more accurate descriptions to describe your emotions, thoughts, opinions, and feelings to others. 

A larger vocabulary also boosts your self-confidence – when you know a variety of words you can use to express yourself, you can feel confident in your abilities to speak and write clearly. Clear communication is valuable in all areas of life, from your friendships to your professional career. 

Tip 41: Practice using all five of your senses to gather information and center yourself in your current environment. 

Using all of your senses can teach you a lot about your current environment and the present moment. Rather than letting some of these extra sensory details pass, practice acknowledging them using mindfulness. 

For example, you can do this by going through a rundown of each of your senses, one by one. To do this, name one thing you can hear, one thing you can smell, one thing you can taste, one thing you can feel, and one thing you can see. Doing this helps you notice details you may ordinarily overlook; being aware of your present moment is an excellent way to excel in life.

Tip 42: Enjoy some laughter each day. 

Laughter is truly the best medicine in life. Excel in life further by giving yourself an opportunity (or two…or three…) to laugh each day. Engaging in laugher releases natural feel-good chemicals, such as serotonin, in your brain, helping you instantly boost your mood. 

Watch funny videos of animals on the internet, pop in a favorite comedy movie, read through a humorous novel, or call up your funniest friend for a chat. However you choose to inject some humor into your day will lead to the same results – relaxation and happiness.

Tip 43: Create a future-focused daily journal rather than a traditional one.

The traditional journal is usually filled with reflections and venting about the past day’s events. While this is totally OK (and a great way to reflect and let out your frustrations in a healthy way), consider creating a future-focused journal instead. 

A future-focused journal gives you a space to concentrate and elaborate on your goals and aspirations. Rather than reflecting on what’s already happened to you, this journal gives you a chance to monitor your progress toward goals, fantasize about what the future holds, and elaborate on what you need to do to make those wins. 

Creating this journal helps you build a solid mental image of your future success and keep track of trends that are either helping or hurting you. 

Tip 44: Practice setting aside your pride. 

Pride gets in the way of a lot of good opportunities and happiness. If you’re in the habit of allowing your pride to drive your actions and decision making, practice setting your pride aside. 

Coming out of a difficult situation looking good is rarely the best way to handle a difficult situation. Whether you made a mistake or feel slighted by something that happened between another person, practice setting your pride aside when dealing with the aftermath – this allows you to move forward and find a resolution faster rather than continuing to stew in contempt and unhappiness. 

Tip 45: If you encounter a task that can be completed in three minutes or less, go ahead and do it right then. 

An excellent way to excel in life is to handle small, manageable tasks as soon as you realize they need to be completed. For example, when you see that dirty dish in the sink or the pile of towels that need to be folded, it’s easy and very tempting to say, “I can do that task later.” Instead of pushing off those little tasks for your future self, get into the habit of tackling those little tasks in the moment. 

By doing those short tasks right then, you’re ensuring that your future self won’t be burdened by them later. Sometimes, those quick tasks can become longer and more tedious if you procrastinate doing them. Rather than making your life harder in the future, get those “three minutes or less” tasks finished in the moment. 

While those little tasks may seem like “no big deal” for your future self, it’s important to remember that constantly pushing them aside causes them to stack up….one small task may seem minor, but when you’ve procrastinated ten or twelve small tasks, you’re putting a lot of extra stress on your future self. 

Tip 46: Make Sunday nights all about relaxation. 

The “Sunday scaries” are real for many people. With the thought of yet another school or work week looming closely on the horizon, many folks find their Sunday nights wrought with worry, dread, and anxiety about what lies ahead. Rather than enjoying the rest of their weekend time, they spend those final hours in an emotional state that isn’t conducive to relaxation or self-care.

Practice making your Sunday nights all about relaxation. Set all your work aside; instead, focus on doing self-care activities and relaxation techniques you enjoy most. Hang out with friends, watch movies, practice a hobby you enjoy, eat good food, and relax as much as possible to squash the “Sunday scaries.”

Tip 47: Find ways to incorporate more movement into your everyday activities. 

Science says it all – moving our bodies feels good, boosts our moods, and improves our health. Even the busiest people can find creative ways to incorporate more movement into their everyday activities. 

For example, you can move more by….

  • Walking around when you’re talking on the phone 
  • Taking frequent breaks to get up and stretch when you’re working at a desk 
  • Parking your car in a spot farther away from the front door of your workplace 
  • Doing some basic yoga poses to stretch your body after getting out of bed each morning 
  • Actually playing with your kids when you’re monitoring them outdoors rather than sitting down or scrolling on your phone 
  • ….and many more! 

Tip 48: Do something to make another person’s day a little bit easier or nicer.

A great way to excel in your own life is to do something that makes someone else’s life a little easier or nicer. Make a point to do one kind thing for someone each day. Whether that person is a stranger, a friend, a coworker, or a family member, spreading kindness not only benefits the other person, but also you!

Tip 49: Ditch the myth that multitasking is the only way to be successful. 

You may have experienced a boss in the past who demanded you be a skilled multitasker. The myth of multitasking is largely fictitious – rarely (if ever) can anyone actually do more than one task at a time without making errors or sacrificing the quality of their work. 

Instead of pushing yourself to multitask, you can excel further in life by handing your workload one task at a time. When you take the “one task at a time” approach, you’re giving your full attention to that particular task.

Rather than producing lackluster results while trying to split your attention between multiple tasks, you’re giving your full attention to a single task, ensuring that your work quality will be top-notch. 

Tip 50: Make your health a top priority.

If your physical health isn’t in top shape, finding success anywhere else in life will be quite challenging. Make sure you’re spending time caring for your body and physical health.

For example, this might involve:

  • Taking your prescribed medications properly each day 
  • Attending all your doctor’s appointments, physicals, dental appointments, etc. 
  • Slowing down if you’re feeling sick, tired, or weak so your body can rest and recover 
  • Eating lots of healthy, nutritious meals and snacks 
  • Drinking plenty of water 
  • Taking a multivitamin each day 
  • Getting some regular exercise and movement every day 

By making your physical health a priority in your life, you’re ensuring that your body will be in good shape so you can continue to excel in life. Doing activities that help you excel are hard (if not impossible) when your bodily health is compromised. 

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