How To Keep Improving Yourself Everyday

Sergio Alberto Romero, M.S.
3 min readApr 14, 2022
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While I’ve been exposed to continuous improvement and change management through an academic and professional setting, I strongly believe that an even more important theory or practice has to be self-development. The idea behind self-development in my mind is always based around the idea of being a better person than you were the day before. This could be interpreted in multiple ways. For starters you could be a more financially stable version of yourself, you could be more educated, more just or perhaps just a little bit healthier. Either way you want to look at it, I want to share with you some ways that I try to improve myself each and every day!


I don’t care what you decide to read, just start reading! I know reading doesn’t sound like the most glamorous of activities, but I can assure you that there is no better way to improve yourself than by reading. Not only does reading give you the opportunity to learn tons of amazing information but it also helps you gain experience from other people’s failures and their successes. Imagine if we went through life always inventing the wheel, that would just suck each and every time we failed. Well, reading books can help you overcome this by simply getting the information from people who have already invented the wheel. In addition, even if you’re reading fiction you can start to paint a picture in regard to what kind of life you actually want to live!


While you are certainly welcome to turn this tiny piece of advice into something more sexual, I’m mostly talking about other lifestyle changes. While the 30-day challenges you see on the internet aren’t always in leu of seeking personal improvement, they can be a place of inspiration! Whether you want to try a new diet for a week or perhaps add an additional exercise to your workout plan, experimenting can really help you improve yourself! Even if the experiments end in failure, at the very least you learned what didn’t work for you!


While this is similar to my mentioning of experimenting throughout your daily life I can’t place enough of an emphasis on your ability and overall desire to build habits! Perhaps the most important habit I’ve built over the years has been working out, not only has working…



Sergio Alberto Romero, M.S.

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