This is a very close topic to my heart. Personal development is one of the greatest attitudes that you can have in your life.
Yes. it’s an attitude to want to be more, do more and give more.
Many people do it unconsciously and few do personal development on purpose.
Like most things in life when you do it on purpose and with intent you will get the most out of it.
I love reading books and used to read many of them before I started my medical career, since I did that my life was overtaken by medical books and lectures and I didn’t seem to catch a break from it until I started becoming more intentional about my personal development over the last couple of years.
You see life is busy and can seem overwhelming but when you run to serve others before you serve yourself you will quickly feel you are running without petrol and you are constantly struggling to get through yet another day.
Put the breaks down and fill your cup first. Be intentional about your own personal growth and development and you will find the right people around you grow, people who would pour into you as you pour into them.
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Personal development can definitely be fun, light, and not time-consuming.
You just have to pick the right resource for you.
I like reading, but some people are more visual and like to see videos, others are keen listeners and prefer audio format.
Find the type of material that works for you. You can even have a selection of them and use interchangeably.
You can find these in audio, hard copy or Kindle format.
- Think and Grow Rich.
- The Miracle Morning.
- The Go Giver.
- Feel the fear and do it anyway.
- The life-changing magic of not giving a fuck.
- Millionaire Success Habits.
- Love yourself like your life depends on it.
While it might seem like a lengthy process and probably your mind is already telling you I have enough to deal with already. I urge you over the next 30 days to pick up one of those resources that I mentioned and spend 5-10 minutes on it every day.
Put a timer on your phone and invest those 5-10 minutes a day for a better you and a better future.
If you think 5-10 minutes a day is too much and you can’t be asked then check out the box below for the Better Life Challenge. It’s 2 minutes a day spanning over 30 days. It also comes with a nice prize at the end as an incentive to invest in yourself!