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What To Know About Self-Development


Self-Development is the process in which one's character, abilities, skills, and health (internal and external) are gradually improving over time. The first step to Self-Development is the DESIRE to become a better you. As human beings, we may have a tendency to often talk about the things we may want to change, work on, or try instead of taking actual action (controlling the day-to-day diet, changing the way you speak, way of thought/intellect, etc.). This happens because of the fear of outcome of what you may discover within yourself, lack of commitment/discipline to yourself, and/or because of the unawareness of yourself. DO NOT FRET! If you are OPEN, WILLING, and/or ASPIRE to evolve into a better you, then the only way is up. Here are a few things I've learned on my Self-Development journey:



Life is a journey. We often feel that we are on a journey in our mind, with tall mountain tops and even low valleys. Self-Development is meant for you to observe the way you operate (Self-Awareness) and to learn of the ways to advance your consciousness, abilities, and enrichment. "We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God {thyself/spirit}, who are called according to his/her purpose" (Romans 8:28).

  1. As you advance, forgive and accept yourself for where you are in life. What you discover of yourself will be what motivates you to develop into the best individual.

  2. Gain responsibility and hold yourself accountable. Question your frame of thought and how you may regularly do things. This will help you gain control over your life versus life taking control of you.

  3. "Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal." - Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secret In The World

  4. "It's time to be electric. The body is electric and requires electric foods to thrive. On the same note, acid thoughts create acid within the body. The proper cultivation of your mind and body is what you are looking for when seeking self development." - G Taylor




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