self-improvement

[ US /ˈsɛɫfɪmˈpɹuvmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of improving yourself
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How To Use self-improvement In A Sentence

  • Some voices within the labour movement stressed a blend of self-improvement, pleasure and health.
  • He does so in the knowledge that it is a means to self-improvement.
  • When the hunger for success diminishes the comfort zone beckons and the need for continuous self-improvement begins to take a back seat.
  • The grandfather of all self-help books, which spawned an industry devoted to self-improvement, is being updated for the age of Facebook and Twitter. Dale Carnegie's self-help bible gets a new life for the digital age
  • Many faculty members find that the process of developing a portfolio stimulates self-improvement.
  • At least one Scottish educational virtue - self-improvement - still thrives.
  • And TV itself is driven by an engine of all-consuming self-improvement. Why Absolutely Fabulous now looks absolutely prescient | Paul Flynn
  • The concern for self-improvement and bettering one's social status carried over to their communal home, the church.
  • Using self-improvement to become free is like trying to dig yourself out of a hole; the more you try, the deeper you get into the dirt. Derek Rydall: Why It's Time For Self-Acceptance Over Self-Improvement
  • But the possibility of self-improvement has become part of our culture. Times, Sunday Times
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