A few weeks ago I was given Natalie Bacon’s Personal Development for Her online personal development course as a late birthday gift. I had specifically asked for it. :)I had already purchased and used her other blogging course so I knew it was going to be good.Let me tell you, it was probably the best gift I’ve ever received.I got so much out of it and it has made such a drastic change in my life already.
Many of us, while we pursue personal growth, we don’t always take measures to measure personal growth. It can be hard to gauge where we’re at.This article can help you measure your personal growth and make it easier to do so with different tools and methods listed below.
Everybody wants to feel happy and fulfilled with their life. There’s no question about that.
We all want money and to have a good, fulfilling job or business. We want to be respected and admired and have happy, loving relationships. Because that’s what feels good.
It’s easy to want that. But some of us can feel stuck, undecided or confused about how exactly to get there or what that all exactly looks like to us. Even in the process, we may think we know then suddenly we’re not so sure anymore.
There are so many articles and videos and people out there telling you that to get your life together that you need to set goals, learn how to be more productive, become more disciplined, get the right mindset, have the right habits, be around the right people, go after your dreams and goals, etc. The list goes on. It’s mostly all about the ‘how’ or the ‘why,’ but little to none of that can be applied if you don’t know the exact ‘what.’
This article can help you with that and get you unstuck. Whether you just need a little boost in the right direction or you’re feeling helpless, hopeless, and completely stuck and unsure of what to do.
I turned 24 years old a few days ago. I thought it’d be a good idea to share 24 lessons I’ve learned in the 24 years of my life which I realized I’ve never really done before. Normally, I look back on the things I’ve learned on a yearly basis or after the end of life stages such as graduating high school or college, but not looking back on my life as a whole on the things I’ve learned like this.
I came up with this list by looking through my success journal over the year in which I would write a quote of the day and things I learned that day. I also looked through my notes in which I write down my thoughts and any wisdom I come across, and things that I learn. I’ve also included principles that I’ve written about throughout my blog.
Many of these lessons I learned from my personal experiences, others’ experiences, quotes, articles, and books I’ve read, movies and videos I’ve watched, and things I’ve observed and noticed.
Here are 24 of the life lessons and nuggets of wisdom I’ve learned over the last 24 years of my life. Enjoy!
It really doesn’t take much to get started with personal development. There are few required fundamentals for personal growth. You don’t need to have your life together (that’s kind of the point). Neither do you need to be super smart or outgoing. You don’t need to be motivated (which you shouldn’t rely on anyway). Heck, you don’t even have to believe in yourself or any of it to get started although you’ll probably have to eventually.
There are however three main fundamentals for personal growth to occur. Without these three things, personal growth is nearly impossible unless, of course, it involves realizing, accepting, and implementing these things into our lives.
If you are involved in personal growth, these things should naturally occur. The sooner you can use these fundamentals, the sooner and better you can start seeing personal growth in yourself and your life.
There are so many personal development books out there. It can be difficult to choose where to start. These five books are great to lay the foundational ground to get started with personal development. Even if you’re not new to personal development, these books are must-reads. This list includes older books that are classics and have stood the test of time as well as some newer ones with new discoveries and unique approaches to personal development.
Here are the five best books to get started with personal development with one honorable mention.
There is an endless amount of benefits to personal development and growth. While the journey can get bumpy and it’s not always positive — it can be hard, lengthy, and scary, and sometimes the objective is not always achieved, there are many skills and experiences derived from personal development that lead to a richer, happier, more fulfilled life.
Here are 26 of the most important benefits of personal development.
Personal growth, personal development or self-development is an essential part of a person’s success and happiness. Personal development is a very vast topic and subject area that consists of a multitude of subjects and topics. There’s a lot to it. Some of it can be conflicting too. And then some of it can seem like common sense.
Personal development consists of techniques and ideas to improve your life as well as inspirational positivity and quotes.
This article is designed to give you an introduction to personal development. Personal growth and personal development will be used interchangeably.
Personal development. Personal growth. Self-help. Self-development. Self-improvement. Self-growth. Positive psychology.
Those are some of the many different phrases and words used to describe personal growth or whatever you want to call it.
But what exactly is personal growth?
I asked 389 people what is personal growth and what it means to me them.
Here are 100 of the best quotes about change. These change quotes will challenge you to think about about change differently and inspire you to accept, embrace, and seek change and growth.