Self-improvement: thinking and action


Thinking may lead to the intellectual understanding of life, but the value of these thoughts is nothing, if this understanding is not put into practice.

Two examples:

  • Everyone fully understands that anger causes only suffering, to both parties involved in a conflict, but how many people work hard to manage this anger and to find positive alternative behaviours? Many, after expressing anger and punishing others, feel guilty of these actions; so, they just try to forget, or they punish themselves for their mistakes, even with more anger: therefore, they never change.
  • Everyone wants to be loved. But how many people work hard to express true love?

What makes the difference is the action you take to improve your life: unfortunately, thoughts, analysis and intentions are not enough.

Why is it so difficult to move? Because there is the fear to do mistakes, the anxiety to lose the few things we feel important, the anger which makes us blind.

If you want to do backpacking in the Himalayas, you have no choice, you need to train your body; similarly, as I explain in my book “Brilliant well-being”, if you want to change your life for the better, you have no choice, you need to train your mind and take action.

It is sufficient to spend some time doing relaxation exercises to start finding the right path toward well-being, happiness and success. What matters is your next action, in the right direction.


Many thanks in advance for your comments!



Steps to becoming confident, successful and happy

Brilliant well-being: the life-transforming book


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