Set a goal so big that you can’t achieve unless you grow into the person who can—Unknown
This Sunday, I listened to a sermon on personal growth. I listened attentively because I enjoy issues that push me out of my comfort zone. It is also always great for me to learn how our spiritual life requires us to intentionally develop ourselves. Personal growth is so biblical, this includes your thinking, actions, speech and even down to your circle of friends. Yes, you may need to change people you associate with when you become particular about personal development. It is always good to spend time with people who embrace and practice personal growth so that you learn from each other, motivate and make each other accountable. Lack of accountability can be the reason why you fail to progress in certain aspects. Just not having someone to push you or remind you, can slacken your progress.
Whilst writing my book, the moment I told at least three people in my circle I was now in ‘trouble’ because every meeting we had, I had to update them on progress. As you start a new season, make sure you plan areas of personal growth. Be sure to also get a copy of my book, Hungry for Success to give you motivation for the next forty days. To grab a copy click here
To your success