I’m talking about Personal Development.
Are you surprised that’s what I want to talk about today? Personal growth is extremely important for achieving any success in life that you want!
Without personal development you will not have the mindset that is needed to not only achieve the success that you want but also to handle the success that you want.
Just ask successful people about mindset and you will discover just how important it is! Current successful people believe in it and many successful people in the past have discussed it at length as well. There are many classic books older than our grandparents bestowing the importance of developing the right mindset.
There are many ways in which you can continue working on your personal development:
- You could build a new habit next month
- You can choose a personal growth book and read it for 20-30 minutes daily
- You can listen to an audio version of a personal growth book daily
- You can spend time on the blogs of successful people that you admire
- You can meditate and exercise which both help with optimal mental focus
- You can read a spiritual book such as the Bible daily
- You can join a mastermind group with others who are growing in personal development
- You can take a course on the topic of personal development
- You can also come up with some ideas of your own – I’d love to hear them!
Don’t limit yourself to just one activity either. A great idea is to set a daily or weekly schedule where you are able to fit in all of your goals. It might take some tweaking to figure out what works best for you and your schedule.
Ray Higdon recommends this daily routine:
- Create content (blog or email list) each day.
- 30 minutes of sales/marketing training
- 30 minutes of mindset training
- Affirmations or afformations
- Meditate – start with 20 minutes
- 20 quality connections for business
What schedule are you going to implement to keep your personal development going? Remember, if you don’t use it you will lose it! It’s all about the slight edge – each day builds on the previous work.
To Your Success,