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Personal growth: Why massive change takes time April 11, 2017

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

If you’re discouraged with your rate of progress with self-actualization, remind yourself that personal development is a marathon, not a hundred-yard dash.

It requires making many changes over time in how we think and operate; and much thought and mental work.

Changing constant negative thinking is an example.

It is a habit.

And we can’t get rid of a bad habit, or successfully create a new good habit, just by willing it.

Habits, are the result of practise and repetition; and will not be undone (bad habit) or created (good habit) without repetition.

Either repeatedly not doing, or repeatedly doing, or both.

We can commit right now, today, to be willing to make what Tony Robbins describes as “massive change” in our lives.

But actually making the change we want will demand many small steps is a lengthy journey.


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