Self-improvement enhances the quality of life and contributes to the realization of our dreams and aspirations.
Today we are looking into self-improvement for professional and personal growth.
Do something about your personal development plan today. It’s going to take some time to achieve lasting change so you need to start now. You can build on what you do today, tomorrow. Don’t become a pro at crastination! 😉
“You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.”
– Abraham Lincoln
To make a plan you need to include steps. Break a large goal into it’s smallest components. Keep the end result in mind as you focus on the smaller bite-sized steps.
The world is changing all the time. Even if you do nothing you will change by default as the world turns. There is no escape from this.
You are responsible for your own progress. You are responsible for what you are today and where you are today.
Focus on what you already have. Think about how others benefit from what you do. If you improve yourself, those benefits will increase.
Whatever you intend becomes your reality. Find your true intention before you resolve to do something and make sure you really want what you say you want.
Your goals need to be just out of reach. If you reach for an impossible target, you’re setting yourself up for a failure.
If you stick to what’s easy, you’re denying yourself the satisfaction of achievement and only minimal change will occur.
Find that middle ground with a stretch goal in your personal development.
It’s no good doing things that you don’t like. Choose actions that appeal to you and are in line with your values.
Life works in cycles and moves to a rhythm. You will have up and downs.
When you hit a slow point or things don’t seem to be moving, don’t give up, keep going.
There’s no such thing as finished personal development. You can go on learning, changing and renewing for all of your life.