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10 things I changed to improve my life this year and might help you to improve yours.

This year was of incredible growth, thanks to the systems that I implemented in my life that lead me to gain more self-awareness, will power, self-discipline and sense of direction. First, let’s talk about the power of tiny changes. A small change usually leads to the bigger and more difficult changes. As mentioned in the power of habit by Charles Duhigg, will power is a muscle. It gets tired but it also needs to be worked out to make it stronger. That is exactly what a tiny change means. A tiny change helps to exercise our will power without making the muscle fail. The following are the 10 things I changed to improve my life this year, and might improve yours as well. 1. Leverage on technology for simple things in a good way. In a world full of technology, it is very sad to see how most of us misused technology. Technology and some apps can truly improve your life in a way you wouldn’t expect. I started using one note at the beginning of the year just to make lists;