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Building the foundations for successful personal growth April 10, 2017

Posted by Dennis Mellersh in Concept of personal growth.
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By Dennis Mellersh

When faced with a major problem or a group of problems, it`s natural to look it up, to research it, to `Google it`.

Because, with the Internet in particular, we know there’s bound to be some answers out there.

But in self-improvement, acquiring detailed knowledge of personal growth principles is only part of the solution we need.

If we aren`t vigilant, excessive study of personal development theory can end up being a substitute for taking concrete action on our problems.

It makes sense to research the medical symptoms we have been experiencing, but it`s essential to see the doctor as well.

Reading or watching videos about how to write is important, but it’s vital to make ourselves write a few words, lines, sentences each day.

It’s logical to absorb as much information as we can about spirituality, but if we don`t practise it through actions, we are engaged in a superficial exercise.

Action is the foundation of any successful self-actualization effort.

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