One of the most helpful tools for assessing personal growth is self-assessment. The self-assessment, or "reality thing" as it is sometimes called, will give you birdwatching of your life exactly when you complete it. It's a great tool to use to determine the starting point in a new personal development plan. It's also a great tool to explain your progress because when done on a regular basis, they give you an overview of your life, success and performance. At the same time, they also help to point out slight spots or areas where you still need to make changes.
Creating self-assessment can be as easy or complicated as you want to do. On the one hand, you do not want it so complicated that just the thought of it emphasizes you. At the same time, you want to force yourself to think it's enough that the results are really useful.
One of the easiest ways to do self-esteem is simply dividing your life into categories such as work, family, relationships, skills, and others that you can think of and then assess how happy you find each one to ten scale. The areas at the bottom end of the scale are probably a priority when it comes to changing lives.
Once you've evaluated your scope to an adequate scale, you can increase your assessment to include detailed views on areas like your feelings about your life's condition and what changes you may want to make. At the end of your self-assessment period, you can also take time to think about ideas and plans for changes. You can also have space to track the progress you're making on what goals and tasks you've already started working with.
By monitoring your progress with regular self-esteem, you'll see exactly how much you're achieving. This can be useful when you feel like everything is stationary. Looking back at previous food and comparison where you were where you are now, you'll be surprised by the fact that you've really traveled on your path of personal growth.