1: Cultivate an attitude of learning
2: Appreciate the difference between important and urgent tasks
3: Master the art of changing habits
4: Learn a new language
7: Keep a journal
8: Create a life mission
9: Jump out of the comfort zone
10: Learn the art of small talk
11: Help whenever you can
12: Excel at what you do
13: Practice gratitude
14: Be mindful
15: Don't fit in
16: Learn from the mistakes of others
17: Be comfortable with change
18: Manage the pangs of regret, guilt and fear
19: Don't reinvent the wheel
20: Find a mentor
21: Listen to your thoughts
22: Try minimalism
23: Learn the ancient art of rhetoric
24: Surround yourself with good souls
25: Don't compete
26: Get rid of the TV
28: Let the ideas mingle
29: Be a finisher
30: Pessimism sucks
31: Build a personal brand
32: Don't be too harsh on yourself
33: Make a stunning first impression
34: Savor the food
35: Let go the incessant chatter
36: Try freelancing
37: Be a connector
38: Take risks
39: Master the art of public speaking
40: Learn to write well
41: Don't aim for absolute perfection
42: Money is not that important
43: Money can break you
44: You can't plan it all
45: Be like a lotus
46: Quit early
47: Be fiercely independent
48: Learn a strategy game
49: Establish a feedback mechanism
50: Be a linchpin
As long as you are still alive, you are capable of changing and growing. You can do anything you want to do, be anything you want to be. Listen to some positive thoughts on how to continue yourself for development and then apply them in your own life.
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.
Take classes to stay current in your field of expertise. The world is changing rapidly and you must learn to manage change to avoid obsolescence. Listen to recordings on personal and professional growth topics.
Never look back to the past-you only can control your actions in this instant, so what should you be doing right now?
Learn from "other people's experience" rather then having to try everything for yourself. It shortens the time needed to learn.
Dealing with a problem helps you learn patience and strengthens your management skills; it is good mental exercise.
Analyze, in a non-judgmental way, mistakes in which you were involved. It will help you to prevent these in the future.
Reward yourself when you catch yourself working on the most important priorities.
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.
For all learning experiences, whether it is reading, seeing, thinking or attending, apply the R squared, A squared formula: Recognize, Relate, Assimilate, and Apply. These actions will help you grow in the direction of your goals.
Eliminate one time waster a week from your life.
Read a minimum of one chapter of a book a day.
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 recorded version of the program, listen to the recording. 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.
Develop yourself as a resource for others by networking. Find out who does what, when, and for whom. You may find excellent contacts for your future needs and for the needs of others you meet.
Work for balance in your life goals: family, financial, professional, social, spiritual, recreational.
Always keep your goals in mind as you start a new activity.
Do not be afraid of failing at something. You can learn and change as a result of it.
The most difficult projects are opportunities for your biggest successes just as the most difficult people could become your strongest allies.
Put up pictures of your dreams and goals where you will see them frequently. They will remind you and aid you in focusing and visualizing your goal.
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.
Identify some "models" and observe their style and actions. Do not copy them but learn from their experiences.
Learn from the errors you see others make as well as from their successes.
Fill your mind with positive ideas, thoughts and inspirations and you will have no room left for the negative.
Trade jobs with someone so you gain additional experience.
Ask for and accept lateral moves in the organization so you learn more about the entire operation.
Do more than your "self doubts" say you can.
Have confidence that you can get through and learn from anything and everything you experience.
Reward yourself with a treat when you have completed a learning objective.
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.
Seek new information on projects for which you have responsibility. Look for new "ah ha" ideas all the time.
Challenge yourself to learn something new every day.
Remain flexible and constantly adaptable.
Be open to others and sincerely interested in them. You can learn from everyone you meet.
Mentally rehearse a new skill. Your subconscious does not know the difference between actual practice and mental rehearsal.
Keep a record of what you accomplished the previous day(s)/week. If you did not accomplish as much as you wanted, it gives you extra incentive to do better in the next time period.
Make notes of the questions you want answered. Then as the answers come to you, jot them down next to the question.
Work on overcoming personal, nonproductive habits; for example: overeating, smoking, gossip. Keep an "Idea File" ring binder or notebook App in which you record all new ideas. At least once a week in a standing appointment with yourself, review your ideas.
1) Three rules too a healthy life
c. Lifestyle you lead
2) Become The Master Of Your Thoughts
3) Be More Independent And Self Indulgement
4) Creative Problem Solving
5) Set Your Goals And Never Give Up
6) Smile Your Way Through Times Of Adversity
7) Learn How To Relax
8) Learn More Skills
9) Be Creative
10) Make The Most Of Your Time
11) Get The Positive Momentum Going
12) Study And Learn From The Best
13) Be Your True Authentic Self
14) Be Kind And Considerate To Others
15) Have A Healthy Balanced Varied Nutritional Diet
16) Never Accept Or Put Up With A Negative Mood
17) Let Go Of All Negative Resistance
18) Raise Your Energy Vibration
19) Learn To Slow Down
20) Morning Rituals
21) Stop Trying To Hard
22) Use Your Imagination Wisely
23) Only Deal With Things When Your Feeling Relaxed
24) Take Time To Meditate
25) Find Your Purpose In Life
26) Ditch The Negativity
27) Constructive Criticism Is Not Always A Bad Thing
28) Listen To Your Body
29) We Think Too Much
30) Enjoy Your Personal Growth Journey
31) Do The Things You Enjoy
32) Avoid Procrastination
33) Praise Yourself And Focus On All The Good You Do
34) You Do Not Have To Fix Everything
35) You Need To Start Applying Your New Knowledge
36) Keep on improving
37) Get more sleep
38) Keep Asking Yourself Empowering Questions
39) Tame The Voices Inside Your Head
40) Pirotitise Your Tasks
41) Experience A Bit Of Solitude
42) You Are Responsible For Your Own Life
43) Ask For Help
How to Better Yourself One Day at a Time
1. Read a book every day.
2. Learn a new language.
3. Pick up a new hobby.
4. Take up a new course.
5. Create an inspirational room.
6. Overcome your fears.
7. Level up your skills.
8. Wake up early.
9. Have a weekly exercise routine.
10. Start your life handbook.
11. Write a letter to your future self.
12. Get out of your comfort zone.
13. Put someone up to a challenge.
14. Identify your blind spots.
15. Ask for feedback.
16. Stay focused with to-do lists.
17. Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs).
18. Acknowledge your flaws.
19. Get into action.
20. Learn from people who inspire you.
21. Quit a bad habit.
22. Cultivate a new habit.
23. Avoid negative people.
24. Learn to deal with difficult people.
25. Learn from your friends.
26. Start a journal
27. Start a blog about personal development.
28. Get a mentor or coach.
29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs
30. Learn chess (or any strategy game).
31. Stop watching TV.
32. Start a 30-day challenge.
34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking).
35. Befriend top people in their fields
36. Let go of the past.
37. Start a business venture.
38. Show kindness to people around you.
39. Reach out to the people who hate you.
40. Take a break.
41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day.
42. Commit to your personal growth
1. Get off to a Good Start
2. Keep a Schedule
3. Take a Break and have Fun
4. Be Generous
5. Accept the things you can't Change
6. Learn a New Language
7. Break the Chain
8. Face the Fear
9. Forget Goals - Live for the Now
10. Don't Procrastinate