These five self improvement tips are designed to help you get the most from your personal growth journey. Make sure you apply tip 5!
Let's start these Self Improvement Tips with the biggest tip of all ... Self Improvement is a journey, not a destination! It's not something you do, or read once, and you're fixed.
Whenever you think you've got things together, something pops up that allows you to take your next expansion. I firmly believe we humans are here to grow and expand. Your life challenges provide you the chance to learn and grow. Which is far superior to stagnating or even worse regressing. So savior those challenges. It means you are on your personal path!
Throughout this trip called life, get to love your personal development and growth journey. It is what you came here to do!
There are three building blocks to get the most from any self-improvement program. These are:
I call this the Success Formula. You can read more about the success formula here.
Keep in mind that everyone is different! Follow your instincts about whether something you are reading, or a tool you are using is right for you or not. You'll come across information that won't work for you. It could be the timing is all wrong for you - even though others have gotten great things from it.
That's okay. It's your journey. Don't measure your journey, your timing against others. Maybe at another time, you'll be ready for it. Take what draws you and leave the rest.
Beware of becoming a 'seminar junky. I've met many people who go to seminar after seminar. Read self-improvement book after self-improvement book. They forget that the purpose of these types of activities is to get out and apply what you are discovering.
Once something resonates with you - it is time to take inspired action. Embed what you learn; so that it merely becomes how you show up in life.
Too many people get far too serious about self-improvement. Keep it light. Sometimes we put way too much pressure on ourselves in our desire to be, do and have everything we have the potential to be.
My all-time favorite saying is "Accept, where I'm are at, and eagerly anticipating what is coming".
When I catch myself beating myself up, because I haven't been the person I wanted to be in a situation, or got the things I wanted, I gently remind myself that I am doing the best I can right now. And, I have many brilliant tools at my fingertips to keep me moving toward my potential.
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