Learn to improve
Learn to improve could have two meanings.
The first is to learn how to make yourself better by increasing knowledge in the various aspects that make up your life, like communication, leadership, finances, parenting, a career discipline, business, etc.
The other way to look at it is, the discipline of learning generally improves you as a person. Albert Einstein said, “Once you stop learning, you start dying”. This type of learning does not have to be targeted at an area you are seeking to improve, but opens you up to things that are new to you, because there is much more to life than the tiny area where you focus.
You could learn gardening, baking, a new language, how to play an instrument, and so on. Learning new things could also be recreational depending on the area of knowledge you choose.
When was the last time you increased your learning in one of the vital areas you needed to improve? Have you ever made a conscious effort to learn something totally new to you?
Apply learning in all forms of it’s application and see your life grow and improve.