I remember watching the movie Patch Adams starring Robin Williams, one of my favorite actors. The movie taught me a vital lesson. How could other people accept you if You can’t accept You?
For example, when you watch goodlooking actors, actress and models on television, dwell more on self improvement, not self pitying. Moreover, self acceptance is not all about having nice slim legs, torso, or outstanding abs. You should center on your inner beauty.
Make room in your life for self improvement. Believe in yourself and what you can accomplish with just the right and improved attitude.
Remember, Self improvement is a one day at a time process.
Self improvement results to inner constancy, personality growth and above all …. SUCCESS. It also comes from self confidence, self appreciation and self-respect.
Self improvement doesn’t turn you into some famous person or star like Cameron Diaz or Ralph Fiennes. Little things can mean bigger things to other people. The whole world is a place where folks of a differing values and attitudes live and dwell. Parents, teachers, friends and acquaintances, colleagues, office mates, neighbors… they are our instructors. We learn a lot from them everyday. When we open up our doors for self improvement, we step-up our opportunities to head onto the road of success.