No zero days.

What is day zero? Day zero is a day when you don't do a single fucking thing towards any dream, goal, or whatever you do. No more zeros. I'm not saying that you have to write an essay every day, that's not the point. What I'm trying to say is that you have to force yourself, promise yourself that the new SYSTEM in which you live is a NO-ZERO system. You don’t do anything all day, but on the clock 23:58? Write one sentence. Do one push-up. Read one page per chapter. One. Because one is no longer zero.

Feel gratitude to the three components of yourself.

You are in the past, you are in the present and you are in the future. If you want to love someone and be loved in return, you have to learn to love yourself, and the three parts of yourself are the key. Show GRATITUDE to yourself in the past for the positive things you've done. And do favors and favors for yourself in the future as your best friend.

Forgive yourself.

Maybe you have all the knowledge, money, abilities, strength and talent to do any business you want. But let's assume you still haven't done it. Now you spread rot on yourself for not doing what is necessary, not being who you want to be. Big nose, champion, feeling frustrated with yourself diminishes your productivity. Yesterday I tried to spend the whole day without a day, but it didn't work out? So what. I forgive you, "I am from the past." I forgive you. But today? Today I will demonstrate a painless mastery of my abilities to my future self. This is for you, future buddy. Forgiveness, dude, use it. I forgive you. Say it out loud.

Exercise and books.

This is pretty standard advice, but when you exercise every day, you really get smarter. After exercise, you are covered with endorphins (thanks, body). Exercise clears thoughts. Exercise is great to help yourself in the future. Exercise is the missing leg for a three-legged chair. Do you understand what I mean? As for books, almost every stupid thing we've ever thought, or felt, or wanted, or wanted to learn how to do, or whatever, has already been described by someone else. Pick up books.