Adopt a 10-10-10 Approach to Life: Herman Cainâ€™s 9-9-9 economic strategy (howâ€™s that for a blast from the 2011 past?) was either idiotic or genius, depending on which pundit was talking about it. But one thing is certain: it was catchy. Round off that number and apply it to a few key areas of your life for surefire self-improvement. Vow to exercise for at least 10 minutes, at least 10 days a month, for at least 10 months of the year. It may not seem like much, but itâ€™s supremely doable and it beats doing nothing. Chances are, if you stick to it for a few months, youâ€™ll start to exceed it, which will definitely yield results. Or, pledge to learn 10 new things, nurture 10 strategic relationships, and attend 10 key events this year that will serve your career or business. Try donating 10 hours, days or weeks of service to 10 non-profits in 10 months. You get the idea. However you work it, youâ€™ll feel at least 10 times better about yourself.