Did you know you can make your dreams and aspirations a reality by focusing on your own individual personal development plan?
When you have a plan in front of you for how to get what you want, your assessment of the situation changes. You begin to see the possibility. This is where the shift happens: Every successful action you take towards that plan starts to change your expectations. Some of you may be thinking, “I don’t expect this to work for me.”
Whether you’re looking to get what you want out of your life, career, business or achieve your dreams, if you aim high and work hard, you can get there. You will have to form a clear plan, act, and show commitment, discipline, and a sense of purpose. We’ll help you get started now. Assess your wants and desires. The first step is to know what you want and to write it down.
You can give up wanting what you want—you can convince yourself that it isn’t worth the effort, that you didn’t really want it anyway.
Or, you can change your expectations to match up with what you want so that you can take consistent actions. How do you do this? Read this message.
What Plan Have You Made to Improve Your Personal Development Goals Related to Your Finances?
Do you have a personal development plan? A written plan that outlines your goals and the steps you will take to achieve them.
Unlike other forms of goal setting, a personal development plan might contain a variety of goals that may or may not be related to one another.
Do You Know What You Are Truly Worth?
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If yes, Answer Just 7 More Questions
: Why Do You Want the Money? [Meaningful Work, More Time, Wealth, Security, and Freedom Health, Happiness, Good Family Relationships, Love, Friends, Harmony, Pleasure, leaving a Legacy, Hope, Peace of Mind, Fulfillment]
: If you’re not getting it what will?
: What will you give for it?
: When do you want it?
: What is your plan to get it?
: Do you work on it daily?
: Get it Now?
What Plan Have You Made to Improve Your Personal Development Goals Related to Your Career or Business?
1. Built and Improve Professional Relationships
2. Improved Your Time Management Skills
3. Improve Your Emotional Intelligence
4. Defined Your Own Success
5. Found New Challenges
6. Stopped Being Passive
7. Developed a Growth Mindset
8. Grown Your Network
9. Tweaked Your Work Life Balance
10. Improved Upon Your Weaknesses
11. Pursued Ongoing Professional Development
12. Learned How to Motivate Others
What Have You Done to Improve Your Personal Development Goals for Your Self-Growth?
13. Enjoy Life More by Taking It Less Seriously
14. Engaged in Self-Care
15. Become Proactive
16. Practiced Patience
17. Said “Goodbye” to Toxic People
18. Accepted Your Reality
19. Didn’t Let Your Past Define Your Future
20. Let Go of Your Limiting Beliefs
21. Set Personal Boundaries
22. Become an Active Listener
23. Learn to Let Go
24. Built Resilience
25. Woke Up 30 Minutes Earlier
What Have You Done to Improve Your Personal Development Goals for a Performance Review
26. Improved Operation Processes
27. Improved Clients’ Service Experiences
28. Improved Employee Morale
29. Offered Solutions to Problems
30. Made Your Boss’s Job Easier
31. Expected Change
32. Been Resilient
33. Developed Transdisciplinary Skills
34. Improved Your People Management Skills
35. Stay Informed and Teach Others About Emerging Communication Channels
36. Been Confident in Your Decisions
Have You Learned to Work Harder on Yourself Than You Do On Your Job?
One day my mentor said to me, “Michael, if you want to be wealthy and happy, learn this lesson well: Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”
I must admit that this was the most challenging assignment of all. This business of personal development lasts a lifetime.
You see, what you become is far more important than what you get. The important question to ask on the job is not, “What am I getting?” Instead, you should ask, “What am I becoming?”
What you become directly influences what you get. Think of it this way: Most of what you have today, you have attracted by becoming the person you are today.
We’ve also found that income rarely exceeds personal development. Sometimes income takes a luck jump, but unless you learn to handle the responsibilities that come with it, it will usually shrink back to the amount you can handle.
It is hard to keep that which has not been obtained through personal development. So here’s the great axiom of life:
To have more than you’ve got, become more than you are.
The marketplace is a demanding place. There is plenty of opportunity, but you’ve got to get ready for it and prepare for it. We’ve got to spend a portion of this year getting ready for next year, and we’ve got to spend a portion of this decade getting ready for the next decade.
Hopefully the reason why we’re here, looking well, doing fairly well, is because we spent a portion of the last decade getting ready for this decade.
So a big share of life is spent getting ready, getting prepared, and part of it is the development of skills. We’ve got a good key phrase for you to start with in developing skills that make for success in the marketplace. First, it starts with personal development, self-improvement, making measurable progress.
Personal development is a push. It’s a struggle. It’s a challenge. There wouldn’t be any winning without a challenge. That’s what life is all about. It’s the struggle and the challenge to develop ourselves and our skills to see what we can create in the way of value in the marketplace.
Life is all about creating skills and value and taking those skills and value to the marketplace and what it will return for you. Now it also has a social part, a spiritual part as well as a physical part, and we’re going to talk about some of those parts.
New habits don’t come easy, but they can be developed. Sometimes when you develop a lot of momentum in one direction, it’s not that easy to change but it is possible. It isn’t easy, but it’s possible.
Somebody once said, success is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration. You’ve just got to take the classes, do the programs, read the books, learn the skills, put yourself through the paces, do the mental pushups and get yourself ready.
Inspiration is fine, but inspiration must lead to discipline.
It’s one thing to be motivated, but it’s another thing to be motivated sufficiently to take the classes, do the reading, do the repetition, go through it over and over, until it becomes part of you.
And those are challenges. They’re not easy, but they’re challenges that if you win and develop and grow, that’s what determines your place, your return, your equity, the worth you get from the marketplace.
We’ve divided personal development into three parts. Let me give you those:
We know when you talk spiritual you can get in an argument most anywhere, but we have a single belief that says humans are not just animals. Some people believe we’re just an extensions and an advanced form of the animal species, but we believe humans are unique. Neville Goddard – We Are The Gods Who Came Down
Spiritual qualities make us different from all other creations. Now we are amateurs on that side of it, so we can’t give you a lot of advice there, but we would recommend you be a student of the spiritual side of your nature. And whatever you have to read and assimilate to develop in that area, we would strong suggest you do. Guided Meditation YOU ARE GOD
The mind and the body work together, so we’ve got to give some attention to both, mind and body. Development of mind and body. Dr. Joseph Murphy – Developing Your Healing Consciousness On the physical side, you’ve heard the phrase that says treat your body like a temple.
A temple. Not a bad word. Something you would take extremely good care of. Treat your body like a temple, not a woodshed, right? A temple. Take good care of it.
The only house we have to live in currently is the physical body we have and that’s part of success in the marketplace. That’s physical well-being. It’s feeling good about yourself physically, so that you stride into the marketplace with a sense of self-worth, self-confidence, having taken care of that end of it. Guided Meditation Radiant Health
It covers several parts, including good nutrition. Physically you can do extremely well if you just pay some attention. Read all the books about nutrition to make up your own mind. There are a lot of weird conflicts in the nutritional aspect, but you just have to read and decide for yourself a good plan for you, a good health plan.
Then there’s physical appearance. Be skillful enough to take care of your appearance in the marketplace. It has a lot to do with your acceptance. A big share of it is how you appear to other people—on the job, performing, company, community. Guided Meditation Quantum Jumping Into Ideal Health
You say, well, people shouldn’t judge you by your appearance. Well, let me tell you, they do! Don’t base your life on should and shouldn’t. Only base your life on realities.
Sure, when people get to know you they’ll judge you by more than what they see, but at first they’re going to take a look. So, physical appearance is part of the physical side of personal development.
Be conscious of self, but not self-conscious.
There’s a certain point that we need to be conscious of ourselves, take care of it, then let it go. Some people worry about their appearance all day and it detracts rather than adds. So take care of it, and then let it go. Do the best you can, and let that get the job done. Be conscious of ourselves, but not to the point of being self-conscious. The Health Revolution: Becoming Healthier through the power of your mind
Here’s the third part to personal development: the mind. Stretching your mind, developing good thinking habits, good study habits, pursuing ideas, and trying to find ways to apply them to human behavior and the marketplace.
All of that takes mind-stretch and mind-exercise. Part of it is stretching yourself in reading habits. You can’t live on mental candy, so you’ve got to have the full range of mental food in order to grow. We call that mind-stretch. The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind By Dr Joseph Murphy (Unabridged Audiobook)
Your willingness to tackle subjects that are difficult and that most people have decided to let slide gives you an extraordinary edge in the marketplace. How can you master part of the high skills, the extraordinary skills that make you an unusual performer in the marketplace? It takes mind-stretch.
Some people skip poetry and literature, history and a lot of things that seem a little difficult to attack. But if you always back away from something that seems a little difficult at first, you leave yourself weak. You leave yourself unprepared in the marketplace. So, don’t be afraid to tackle the heavyweight stuff. The Miracles of Your Mind – Joseph Murphy It may be a lot easier than you think once you get into it and learn skill after skill.
Final Thoughts on Personal Development Goal Assessments
Your brain and thinking methods both have an impact on every aspect of your life. The personal development goals questioned about in this article are all dependent on your ability to retrain your brain to think (and therefore act) in new ways.
Your brain is flexible and can quickly adapt to reaching your new goals when you use the right approach and become more goal-oriented. Take a moment to think about your personal development goal assessments and which of the aforementioned are the most important to you.
If you have had some other goals on your mind, how can you incorporate some of these personal development goals into your own to leverage your success?
Reaching one goal can easily open a door to work on another of its kind or help you recognize another area of improvement you may be able to work on in your life.
To tie things up, writing down your goals in the form of professional goal statements can help you stay focused on your purpose. For specific examples, check out these posts: Life is all about creating skills and value and taking those skills and value to the marketplace and what it will return for you.
Inspiration is fine, but inspiration must lead to discipline. It’s one thing to be motivated, but it’s another thing to be motivated sufficiently to take the classes, do the reading, do the repetition, go through it over and over, until it becomes part of you.
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We hope you’ll deepen your practices of journaling, tracking your habits, setting your goals, and watching inspirational classes with us this year and beyond.
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