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The entrepreneurial mindset and personal growth success May 15, 2014

Posted by Dennis Mellersh in Concept of personal development, Productivity.
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Success with your personal growth and development program is much more likely if you approach your self-improvement efforts as you would manage having your own business:

  • Purpose
  • Study
  • Acquire the knowledge
  • Objectives/goals
  • A plan
  • A timetable
  • Deadlines
  • Continual evaluation
  • Progress reports

By making our personal development efforts our “work”, we treat it with the seriousness that is required for making progress in this life-change discipline.

It’s a tough job permanently altering our attitudinal, emotional, and behavioural approaches to our life situation; so it needs more attention than “doing it when I have the time or feel the inclination.”

A painter, a writer, a musician will not achieve a professional level of competence without putting in the work, and that requires discipline and dedication.

It’s the same with self-development.

Studying, absorbing, committing, doing – the only path to genuine self-actualization