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There’s a saying by Jane Goodall “What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” 2020 will be remembered as the year of unforeseen change. It has made us realize the value of the quality of life that we live.
As the new year sets in, we are ready with our new set of goals and 2021 vision, but a prime factor that you can always include in your goal is the accolade of personal growth and success. Here are a few things you can try to achieve personal growth and success in 2021.
1-Put god first:
Whatever plans we make, he is the one who approves or disapproves.
2- Making mistakes:
Accept the fact that it is okay to make mistakes. There is a lesson in every error.
Focus on the solution, not the problem. Mistakes are inevitable; what makes a huge difference is how you handle a situation.
4- Your attitude:
Develop an attitude of gratitude: prove that you appreciate what you have. Blessings will continue to flow in your direction.
5- Your past:
Leave the past behind you; it merely prepares you for a new level. Drop the past and embrace a future of opportunity.
6- Invest in yourself: Take care of yourself. (Your diet, exercise, and work toward achieving your goals) If you can’t love yourself, why should others love you?
7-Self control: Do not allow emotions to ruin your future. Some somethings are just out of our control.
8- People’s opinion: Do not let people’s opinions of you determine your future. Suppose you have the desire to do something, focus, and begin your journey.
9- Socialize: We need people in our lives. Hang around your role models. Your friends tell a lot about you choose wisely.
10-Timing: there is nothing called perfect timing; during our difficult times, he carries us.
11-Give: You get out of life what you give
12- Familiarity: Get out of your comfort zone. If you continue to do the same thing daily, you will get the same results. If you are looking for a change, you should also change your routine.
Five frogs are sitting on a log, and four decide to jump off. How many are left?
The answer is five because a decision is not action.
It is a silly little riddle that Rich Litvin uses to motivate his readers and clients, but it illustrates one of the central challenges of personal growth: We all want to be, do and have more, but how many will pay the price: to act? Everyone is striving for a well-balanced and productive lifestyle, and it takes more than just wanting to make it a reality. Now that we have the tips for personal growth and success now, we need to start applying them to our daily lives.
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