Overcoming Growing Pains

Do you have a plan for your personal growth? Have you ever considered writing a plan for your personal growth? Personal growth doesn’t just happen. 

If you don’t have a strategy, how do you get better at what you do? How do you improve your relationships? How do you gain more depth and wisdom as a person? How do you gain insight? How do you overcome obstacles? Work harder? Work longer? Wait for things to get better?

That’s a lot to think about! If you have dreams, goals, or aspirations, you need to grow to achieve them. But if you’re like I was – and if you’re like most people – you have one or more mistaken beliefs that create a gap that keeps you from growing and reaching your potential. 

What’s holding you back? Could it be:

  • You assume that yo will automatically grow?
  • You don’t know how to grow?
  • You think it’s not the right time to grow?
  • You are afraid of making mistakes?
  • You have to find the best way before you start?
  • You don’t feel like it?

Want to really grow? “Take some time and write out a growth plan and take the first step TODAY to grow. Look at your calendar for the next year: Schedule specific, timed and focused growth plans. If you think you don’t have to time to schedule something else, imagine what last year could have looked like if you had scheduled plans for growing. Remember, growing is not a goal, but a life-long process that MUST start with being intentional. While scheduling growth time may seem simplistic, it IS the beginning of action intention.” (John Maxwell – The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth)

Unsure how to create a growth plan? Contact me today for your first coaching session to get you on track to a more fulfilling life journey. Let me help you to grow forward in your life purpose.

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