Self-improvement may seem unrelated to your academic or career success. It probably doesn't even seem like it factors into your job or internship search or matters within interviews or at networking events. But, it’s probably a lot more related than you might think. How you conduct yourself in various situations, your personal knowledge, life skills, interests, friendships, self-awareness and confidence all play different roles in determining how others perceive you and, in turn, that determines whether or not you are offered certain opportunities in life. Taking the time to focus on you is a smart move and it’s surprisingly easy. Use this list of 20 task items as a starting point to work towards improving yourself and, ultimately, achieving success within both your personal and professional life:
Focus on promoting and expressing what you love instead of bashing what you don’t. If you follow this general rule of thumb, you should stay within the positive guidelines of internet use.