- Accept personal responsibility for your own growth; no one can do it for you. What you do today will determine your readiness for tomorrow.
- Take time every day to do something for yourself.
- Never look back to the past-you only can control your actions in this instant, so what should you be doing right now?
- Never say something can't or won't be done. Keep looking for ways to do it.
- After attending a seminar, report to your boss or other people in your organization, what the most important things are that you learned from the program.
- Read a minimum of one book a month.
- Be hungry for what life has to offer and go for it.
- Decide what you really desire to do-then do it.
- When you have the option of reading a book or listening to the cassette tape version of the program, listen to the tape. It will be more to the point and can be done while you are driving, jogging/walking, or getting other routine things done.
- Develop a "master mind" group of four or five people with whom you can openly discuss ideas in a nonjudgmental way.
- Do not be afraid of failing at something. You can learn and change as a result of it.
- We all have the same 24 hours in a day. Learn from those people who get more done than you do. Perhaps you can find a way to improve what you are doing.
- Find a nonjudgmental mentor who will help you by providing feedback, suggestions, challenges and support.
- Fill your mind with positive ideas, thoughts and inspirations and you will have no room left for the negative.
- Do more than your "self doubts" say you can.
- Have confidence that you can get through and learn from anything and everything you experience.
- Keep a daily journal, recording your thoughts, ideas, feelings and personal growth progress.
- Ask questions, listen, then ask more questions. You will learn as well as help others learn.
- Ask yourself, "How can I manipulate my fate?"
- Do things with someone you respect. They will be supportive of you and you will learn from interacting with them.
- Challenge yourself to learn something new every day.
- Remain flexible and constantly adaptable.
- Mentally rehearse a new skill. Your subconscious does not know the difference between actual practice and mental rehearsal.
- Make notes of the questions you want answered. Then as the answers come to you, jot them down next to the question.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
A friend of mine requested me to make a post about self development. I have to keep my promise that I'd post something about it. So, here it is...self development tips.
First of all I'm going to ask myself about self development. What is self development anyway? For me, self development is somekind of thoughts and activites that we undertake to make ourself become a better person. It's the things we do to make improvements in many aspects.
I found these tips below from Liraz.com. Below are some of my favorite tips, click here to read the complete tips.