A Quick Guide to Personal and Business Growth
Wondering how to improve yourself and/or your business everyday? Spoiler alert: it may be something you don’t want to do.
However, if you put all of your energy into achieving growth, you won’t have any time for excuses.
In this blog post, we’re sharing the steps we use to continuously demand more from ourselves and our business.
Step one: write it down
Writing down your goals means you can visually see them. As humans, we process visuals 60,000 times faster than having to imagine things. This is an important point because when we see something, it affects how we act.
At the beginning of the week, I make notes and jot down ideas as to how I can improve the quality of my business as well as self-development. You can make a habit of doing this weekly, bi-weekly, or on a monthly basis. Committing to achieving your goals and taking action are essential, but writing down your goals is the first place to start.
Step two: development guide
Examine yourself and/or your business. Decide what specific things you should do to make yourself and your business more effective. I focus on 4 different elements (see below) and I write out 3-4 goals I want to achieve or work towards.
break these habits:
Acquire these habits:
I will increase my value to my business in these ways:
i will sharpen my mind by:
Step tHREE: Track your progress
Building new positive habits and destroying old negative habits is a day-by-day process. Tracking helps you stay focused on what's important to reaching your goal.
Keep yourself constantly reminded of your goals by reviewing them at a specific time each day or throughout the day (whichever works best for you). When you review them, envision how accomplishing that goal will make you feel.
By doing this, you train your mind to become alert to things that are related to your goals , and gradually your mind will automatically guide you to do whatever needed to achieve them.
By following these steps and monitoring your goals, you'll soon see your growth gain major momentum.