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Thursday, January 5, 2017

PERSONAL GROWTH SPECIAL........ Amazing Tips To Make Your Personal Growth 10 Times Faster

Amazing Tips To Make Your Personal Growth 10 Times Faster

A new year is here, and most of us are reflecting on how the previous year has been; for some it has been a successful, for others, it has been average, while others can’t wait to start a new chapter. No matter how you feel about the past year, it is important to readjust and start mapping out what you need to accomplish this coming year. Most of us are familiar with New Year’s resolutions, like being more active in meetings, or leaving your dead-end job. The truth of the matter is that change is hard. However, by creating smart, practical goals, especially from this Quora answer by Shovan Chowdhury, you can change. Here are some fantastic tips to expedite your personal growth this year.

1. Do what you love.

Follow your own way. If you avoid following the crowd, you will find success.
2. Learn from failure stories.
We tend to focus only on the success stories, and forget that failure stories have bigger lessons to teach. Understand why they failed, and learn from them.
3. Be ambitious, but also plan.
Ambition and planning go hand in hand. You need to think big, but also plan in smaller portions.
4. Follow your passion.
Chase your dreams and visions to the greatest depths and heights; they will surely bring you success.
5. Be creative.
Creativity does not always come naturally; it is a conscious effort to be innovative, different, and better.
6. Read self-help books.
Books such as The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma, The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, and Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell will condition your mind towards growth.
7. Be practical.
It’s all about being realistic, while at the same time being positive and learn from your mistakes.
8. Avoid being materialistic.
Materialism breeds greed, which leads to failure.
9. Be a good listener.
Listening promotes better relationships.
10. Give it your best.
Always give everything you do 100%, but also know when to step back.
11. Create powerful habits.
Positive habits magically multiply personal success rates.
12. Stop trying to impress.
Avoid trying to impress people. Confident people have nothing to show off.
13. Become a natural leader.
Improve your negotiation and communication skills.
14. Understand work politics.
Knowing how to interact with others will enable you to know how to climb up the corporate ladder quickly.
15. Don’t be an open book.
Avoid expressing everything, and be a little mysterious.
16. Pursue an enjoyable hobby.
Hobbies will not only improve your quality of life, but also fast-track your career.
17. Teach others.
Imparting knowledge is one of the fastest ways to practice skills and even learn something new yourself.
18. Spend time with great and creative people.
If you surround yourself with people you want to be like, it can only make you better.
19. Love yourself
Put your health, emotions, and family first.
20. Be disciplined.
The ultimate tool to personal growth is being disciplined and consistent.
21. Continually improve your life.
You need to adopt a positive attitude to progressively make changes in your life
22. Get the necessary skills.
Attend workshops, training sessions, and classes to get the necessary skills to take you to the next level.
23. Be curious.
Curious people tend to be more successful because they ask more questions and get to learn more.
24. Keep fit.
Eating a good diet and working out regularly are good for your confidence, and will keep you mentally sharp.
25. Do not procrastinate.
Do what needs to be done now, and not later.
26. Rise early.
You are most productive in the morning when your body and mind are fresh.
27. Do volunteer jobs
Volunteering will help you gain experience and recognition.
28. Help people.
Being able to give a hand is fulfilling, and important.

29. Have a career plan.
With a plan, you will know what you need to do to achieve your career goals.
30. Kill the bad habits.
Stop wasting time and money partying too much.

Christopher Jan Benitez

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