Imagine turning 18, or what age officials think is the age of stopping adulthood and staying exactly as you were then. Nothing really changes; Your behavior, faith, wisdom, knowledge, etc. is 18 years old. We believe that we are no longer changing or growing when we have developed and # 39; is one way to look at life. Seems more like a nightmare to me …
However, life looks like we never stop growing, developing and learning, which, of course, means changing. In my opinion, this is a healthier option. I would hate to still approach life and his lessons as 18-year-old Suzie. With each step you take on the path of personal growth, it will change because you will experience life differently. Life and everything that changes are changing all the time, sometimes almost daily. It's exciting and rewarding to grow, develop and change.
Here are some things to consider on behalf of personal development
- Know yourself. If you do not know when you are, please find out.
- Change what you do not like; accept what you can not change.
- If you do not know what allows you to monitor it, calculate it.
- Browse through the people of your life, miss "Energy Vampires", keep people who allow you to be yourself and those who use you.
- Be true to yourself, your integrity and personal ethics.
- Remember that all life is here to teach you something. Sometimes it's finding out what you do not want, or do not want anymore.
- Never be afraid to ask for support, it makes you stronger.
- It's never too late to grow and evolve as a person.
- Above all, know and understand that life can be improved, if only with the smallest steps, but one by one you get where you want to be.
"Your vision will be clear only when you look at your heart. Who looks, dreams. Who looks, wakes up." Carl Jung