Those who have inspired me the most share a few similar characteristics. They're great writers and communicators who have a vision for the future and want more people in it with them.
Consuming news, social feeds and celebrity gossip can lead to information overload. Why do we do this to ourselves and what can we do about it.
Comparing yourself to others can result in depression, negative thoughts, anxiety and worse. Realizing and addressing these thoughts can improve emotional health.
Having a benchmark for improvement involves having enough data to create one. Here are some tactics I use for creating starting points to improve on.
How I schedule my tasks for the week using Todoist while keeping in mind monthly and yearly goals.
It's easy to agree, but what are your core principles that are unique to you?
Try something new in order to expand how to process input.
Take an hour to plan what you want the outcome of the next month to be.
Learning to be mindful of your consumption starts with understanding when you are consuming and when you are creating. By understanding this, you can set goals to help focus on what matters most.