Self-improvement is tricky, but there’s one way of thinking that keeps it simple: Think of yourself as software, and focus on what “features” you can add to improve yourself and your life.
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Life is a lot like software development. It takes a lot of time, planning and bug-fixing to reach your ultimate goals. These could be new skills like playing a musical instrument, new routines like taking a daily walk, or even a new experience like volunteering at your local animal shelter. You could even use the mindset to debug your life from bad habits and negative thinking patterns.
Once you’ve identified the new features you want to add, focus on what you need to do to develop them and bring them to life.
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