Self Improvement Is Actually Addictive — If You Have the Right Frame of Mind
You don’t have to wake up at 5 AM or take cold showers
Self-improvement is deeply misunderstood.
It isn’t about peeling your eyes open pre-sunrise, shivering under an icy blast of water, or lying in a pool of sweat on the squat rack.
While such habits “can” be helpful, they’re neither necessary nor remotely close to what true self-improvement is.
If done right, improving yourself will cease to be “difficult,” “frustrating,” or “overwhelming” — and willpower will exit the equation.
It’ll become an addiction — the most rewarding kind you’ll ever develop in your life.
Nope, I’m not exaggerating.