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All those in favour of Personal Growth say aye!

Personal Growth is our willingness as individuals to develop and grow.

There are many aspects to personal growth. In this blog I will focus on how our willingness to be open to change is a central aspect of personal growth and development.

  • Personal growth is our willingness to gain a better personal understanding of ourselves.
  • Which includes a deeper understanding of ourselves emotionally, spiritually and psychologically.
  • It is also a key aspect of our ongoing personal development as human beings.

Willingness:

Additionally a central aspect of personal growth is our willingness to step into that place of exploring who we are. We readily explore what makes us tick, as well as how and what we could improve. We readily acknowledge and take full responsibility for all aspects of ourselves. These aspects include how we feel, how we behave, what we say, and how we say it. Thus enabling us to make positive change.

  • Further, it is our willingness to change those behaviours and/or thought processes that are key.
  • This willingness promotes personal development and enables us to consider, adapt, change, or improve.
  • It enables us to improve those aspects of our personality that may be blocking or impeding our progress in life.

Therefore in addressing the difficult aspects of ourselves, it supports better relationships. It also supports better work experience. Additionally it supports our overall sense of wellbeing within our lives. Thus supporting more content living.

Choosing to Change:

With all personal growth work there is an underpinning influencing factor. That factor is our capacity to actively change our negative behaviours and/or thought processes. Personal growth is supported by our capacity to make change. By choosing to change we stretch and grow emotionally, spiritually and psychologically. Thus moving us forward in our own personal development and our emotionoally, spiritually and psychologically development.

 

Definitely worth a try!

 

 

Proactive Approach to Stress

A proactive approach to dealing with stress will help improve your personal wellbeing and work performance. Newsletter

Giving yourself a few moments of peace!

When was the last time you sat still and in a spot without any noise around you?

Giving ourselves some calm still time gives us the opportunity to reflect on our day, take a calming breath and to let go of the stresses of our day. Reflecting on our day enables us to acknowledge the emotional elements of our day and then to breath them out and let them go. Taking time to consciously breath out and let go of any lingering emotions from our day gives us a clean slate to start with the next day. It also helps avoid emotional snowballing which can lead to high levels of stress.

Here is a link for a 10 minute mindfulness meditation: Mindfulness meditation

The Art of Meditation

“The aim of meditation is to transform the mind. It does not have to be associated with any particular religion. Every one of us has a mind and every one of us can work on it” Matthieu Ricard

Carl Rogers said:

“The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.”

Quote: Confucius

On respect

“Respect yourself and others will respect you.”

Confucius

Chinese philosopher & reformer (551 BC – 479 BC)

Quote: Jack Canfield

On passion

“One of the things that may get in the way of people being lifelong learners is that they’re not in touch with their passion. If you’re passionate about what it is you do, then you’re going to be looking for everything you can to get better at it.”

Jack Canfield

Quote: Confucius

Keep Going

“It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.”

Confucius

Chinese philosopher & reformer (551 BC – 479 BC)

Quote: Jack Canfield

On goals

“Life is not about achievement, it’s about learning and growth, and developing qualities like compassion, patience, perseverance, love, and joy, and so forth. And so if that is the case, then I think our goals should include something which stretches us.”

Jack Canfield

Quote: Confucius

On Glory…

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do.”

Confucius

Chinese philosopher & reformer (551 BC – 479 BC)