From the moment you are born, you begin to absorb life in a way that enables you to grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and more. Your brain is wired to process information that is then implemented in whatever capacity you need to continue your overall growth.
As you learn new things, you develop a sense of accomplishment that fuels your inborn aspirations to LEARN more, so you can DO more, so you can BE more. As you embark upon new skills, experiences, and ideals, you also broaden your ability to not only build yourself up, but also build better relationships and careers as you work to fortify the foundational elements of life.
Then, after adulting for a few years, it seems a lot of people hit some kind of plateau where the responsibilities and challenges in life begin to overwhelm their time as well as the To-Do list. Soon, the desire and capacity to learn new things takes a back seat to everything else going on.
When your inborn desire to BE more is not nurtured, you will begin to feel unsettled and unfulfilled. This can then seep into other areas of both business and life leading to a rut of complacency where your day’s agenda is determined for you by whatever task or circumstance finds you first. Soon, your big aspirations of changing the world turn into a simple hope of just getting through one more day of life.
Don’t let that happen to you. There’s a simple way to ensure you never hit that plateau, or if you do (maybe you’re there now) you don’t have to stay. Simply make sure your desire and capacity to learn remains a priority. You accomplish this by implementing your very own Personal Growth Plan.
Keeping your brain engaged with learning new things will affect more areas than just the topic you are digesting. It will impact every aspect of your life because it nurtures your continued overall growth, which then arms you with the ammo you need to do more and be more in life.
When you learn new things, you can teach new things, which then increases your level of influence and leadership. Those are foundational components in life that can take further and faster than you’ve ever gone before. When you cultivate and venture into new experiences, you develop a broader range of topics in which you can engage with others , which deepen your relationships, some of which will last a lifetime benefiting you both personally, professionally and monetarily.
If you aren’t growing, then nothing else in your life is either (this includes your business, your faith, your relationships, and more). Download and complete your Personal Growth Plan now to ensure you can be ALL you can be, and Soar 2 Success!
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Authored by Elizabeth McCormick