When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Yesterday was my first time presneting in front of a group of people. I was not behind the scenes, or off camera, and it wasn’t only audio. I was live and up in front of the room! It is a great feeling to have taken the step. Personal growth feels good!
Believe in yourself and step out of your comfort zone! Only you can be the best at being you. Although there is improvement to be made, the most difficult part is over after you’ve taken the step. Now just keep the momentum going and let nothing stop you. You have to have a success mindset. First you must believe it, then go out and do it.
I strongly believe in investing in myself and my self development for my personal life as well as for the success of my business. There is always something to learn or someone to learn from. I am always a student. It doesn’t matter if it is reading, listening to audiobooks, watching webinars or researching videos on YouTube. Just keep learning and growing.
There are people that I want to know that you can do it no matter what others tell you, but what is most important is what you tell yourself. Be careful who you listen to, including YOU!
I was very pleased to have family members at our event as well. A big part of my WHY is to be able to do things with and for my grandchildren that I may not have been able to do with my own. And having them there with us yesterday was a blessing! #gratefulheart
Personal development is a lifelong process. It’s a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realize and maximize their potential.
Work on your self development and becoming the best person you can be and share that value with others…Be The Change!
A great article to share with young entrepreneurs… I have three sons (two under thirty) a granddaughter graduating from pre-school tomorrow and a grandson in middle school. Entrepreneurs and kidpreneurs in the making…
Sowing now so we all will reap later…and those after us – Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you sow
Learn from every failure – My failure gave me strength, my pain was my motivation
Take measured risks – when you’re young and single with no children are the years to take a leap… If you don’t try, you’ll never know
Keep learning – Set a challenge you will enjoy achieving. Learning new things will make our more confident as well as being fun
Associate with those who make you better – Great leaders find ways to connect with their people and help them fulfill their potential
Build Meaningful Professional Relationships – and continue to add to your list…
Work on your self development and becoming the best person you can be and share that value with others…fill your cup first…