All Personal Growth Involves Change — Personal growth is the process of responding positively to change. It involves risk as you step from the known to the unknown.
All your growth will depend on your activity. Your strength and growth will come only through continuous effort and struggle. There will be no development without effort.
Trouble is the common denominator of living. It is the great equalizer of life. Your trials, your sorrows and your grief’s will develop you.
When good or bad fortune comes your way, you must give it meaning and transform it into something of value.
What happens to you is not as important as your reaction to what is happening.
You cannot expect to achieve new goals or move beyond your present circumstances unless you change. – Les Brown
Develop Mindset → Action → Change
For things to change you need to develop the proper mindset and use it to get to the places you desire to be. Once you develop the right mindset it prepares you for the challenges ahead.
In the beginning, developing the right mindset can be something that is quite difficult to do. This is why you have to be able to see the gift of achieving even the smallest of goals.
Those who are able to celebrate the achievement of the small goals, are eventually able to celebrate the much bigger goals down the line because their minds are prepared for them.
Develop patterns that take you towards your desires. Take action, work hard on yourself and in your endeavours, and let go of every mistake by learning from them.
Anyway, no matter what changes you desire to make in your life — on the outside or on the inside — they start with you. My mentor, Brian Tracy, laid out six personal growth disciplines you must develop if you want to achieve all that is possible for you.
There are six personal growth disciplines you must develop if you want to achieve all that is possible for you. 1….
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P.P.S. – Not happy with your job? Don’t have a job? Looking for a change of direction? You owe it to yourself to build a career with purpose. IF I gave you a link to an online presentation that explained everything, WOULD YOU click on it and watch it?
Set your goal. Plan your strategy. Be willing to adjust your plan as needed but never ever give up.
— Mary-Frances Winters