If you have the key to develop personal growth would you? Is there a way to become a better person? The fact is, all of us are always striving to become the better versions of ourselves. We all want to refine our mindset and try to avoid developing habits that may otherwise be detrimental to our own success.
The truth is, in your hands lie the possibility of becoming a better you! It all starts with developing your own personal growth disciplines and learning how to put them into practice habitually until they become almost like second nature to you. In this article, we list down great ways to enhance yourself and achieve self growth through repetitions.
Setting Your Objectives
Any plan starts by setting goals. The key here is to list down your goals in the present tense. Think of at least 10 objectives you want to achieve each day and program them in your mind. Listing down objective is an act that activates the mind. The practice itself stimulates the subconscious, making you alert and eager to take on every opportunity that will take you a step closer towards achieving each goal on your list.
Setting Your Plans
Every night, take a few minutes off your time to plan out your goals for the next day. Again, just like the suggestion above, work on a list and write it down on a piece of paper. Planning out what you are set out to do the next day helps you visualize a productive day. The mind stimulates itself to become more alert and fuels you to complete each one off your list.
Focusing On High Priority Tasks
It’s equally important to exhaust your efforts on completing your priority tasks above all else. Don’t spend the rest of the day getting distracted with ticking off tasks that can wait the next day. You want to get all the important things you need to do out of the way before you go ahead and spend the rest of your day going after low-priority tasks.
Focusing On Your Health
It’s true, what you eat has great impact on your overall health. Discipline isn’t only reserved to getting all things down within a specified time or day. It also comes in the form of eating sensibly and exercising each day to achieve better health. We are what we eat. If you have the discipline to improve your health for the better, then you have what it takes to change the rest of your life.
Developing The Mind
Just like muscles, the mind needs exercise to grow stronger. Don’t get stuck in a rut doing the same thing over and over again. Self-growth starts at continuous learning. Don’t lose your thirst for knowledge, make conscious efforts to learn new things each day and you open your mind to a world of possibilities.
Being on the top doesn’t have to be lonely! It’s inherent for humans to make connections, build relationships and cultivate partnerships. It’s good for the heart and it’s good for the mind. No matter how busy life gets, despite getting overwhelmed with a million things you need to do each day, make sure you have enough time to touch base with friends and bond with your loved ones.
by: Jeffrey Slayter