Last week I wrote about how personal growth is all about motion and cultivating a Personal Growth Plan.
Once your growth plan is in place, it’s important to:
Commit to Your Plan. Once you know the areas of focus, you can plan some goals to move forward. Manage expectations and make sure your goals are SMART—specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely.
Don’t do too much at once. It can take almost two months for a new behavior to become a habit—focusing on too many at once may derail your progress. Determine which goals most closely align with your Vision to help you know where to start. You can always step up the game later!
You can control your plan. You can control your attitude. And you can control how you show up every day. Your plan has all the potential to move you forward and reach for your Vision. Commit to reaching your goals. Find the time, track your progress, and challenge yourself.
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