International forum: Education - how to measurably improve your quality of life?
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20 Feb 2015 18:39

underlying most goals is an assumption that working towards a goal will improve quality of life, for ourselves and/or others we care about..with each of our long term goals comes many choices and decisions, including what to try and how much effort to put in..by assessing your current quality of life, you can focus on the gaps and opportunities you have to make some improvements..

23 Feb 2015 19:59

collaborate with others
in your experiments. If
you want to change a
frequent daily habit,
like eating healthier or
exercising, partnering
with people around
you makes it easier to
succeed..
this becomes
critical if their behaviors affect yours and vice versa - work together to design experiments you can try together..

23 Feb 2015 20:01

evaluate the results of
your experiments..

Consider using a daily journal to capture your intentions for the day in the first part of the morning, then reviewing and reflecting on the results at the end of the day, and capturing those ideas which can be used to improve results the 'next time around'..If you're collaborating with a partner, make time to review results together..as you fall asleep and drift into an alpha state of consciousness, you may find your mind more capable of epiphanies on how to approach your goals in more productive ways..

25 Feb 2015 14:31
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