If you decide to make a complete change, then from now on, stick to doing these 4 things every day. After 60 days, you can expect a confident, decisive, focused, and shining version of yourself.

Firstly, it is benchmarking against the person you want to become.

The fastest way to grow is to imitate excellent people, find a benchmark character from now on, learn their thinking patterns and behavior habits, try to apply all their methods to you, and see what kind of changes will occur.

Secondly, the best way to overcome procrastination is to take immediate action.

When faced with indecisiveness and reluctance to take action, execute the "5-second rule" from within and silently count 5, 4, 3, and 2 to 1. Take immediate action without delay.

Thirdly, no matter how busy you are, you should allocate at least half an hour every day to read.

At first, there may not be much feeling, but you believe that after persisting for two months, your knowledge and thinking pattern will far surpass those who do not read.

The fourth point is to persist in reviewing before bedtime.

Take 15 minutes before going to bed every day and ask yourself these three questions:

Firstly, what tasks were completed today and what tasks were not completed.

Secondly, what insignificant but urgent things did you do.

Thirdly, what kind of changes do you plan to make in order to become more efficient the next day?

Please remember that changing oneself is not difficult.

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