You might think that the first thing you have to do to get started with personal growth is to set goals. That’s not true. There’s a lot of deeper foundational work that’s important to do as well.
I’m sure you’ve witnessed or heard about high overachievers and people who are successful and seem to have everything going for them, but they’re still unfulfilled. They’re not happy. It’s never enough. They have all these accomplishments and yet, they’re miserable.
Not only that, but it seems that achievements and richness are valued more than personal happiness and fulfillment. You see memes that say, “I’d rather cry in a Ferrari than cry on a bus.” And the first question many people ask to get to know you is, “What do you do?”This article lists some ways you set yourself up for growth and continue to stimulate deep and lasting personal growth.