Poet Aberhjani has a few words about personal growth.
“Dare to love yourself as if you were a rainbow with gold at both ends.” Indeed, personal growth is a form of self-love.
Your self-confidence builds when you grow as a person. So saying, it’s time to extend a little gratitude for growth opportunities, painful as they are at times.
What is personal growth?
The term ‘personal development’ is rather baffling. Self-help gurus use this phrase like a staple food. And it’s small wonder why. Self-worth and well-being are a hard to get commodities today.
So what is personal growth? As you’ll already know, it’s the process of understanding and developing yourself to your fullest potential. It also means looking after your emotional, spiritual, emotional and mental well-being.
Why is Personal Growth Important?
So why is having a ‘personal growth’ mindset so necessary? It’s more beneficial than you may realize.
First of all, it makes you more aware of yourself. You gain self-knowledge and learn to craft a life based on your needs. You gain pleasure from chasing your goals.
Also, you have an idea of your needs; you begin to understand why you need to take action. You develop the necessary will to move forward when you grow as a person. Furthermore, you become resilient. You will develop the skills you need to cope with the obstacles that come your way.
Gratitude for the Chances at Personal Growth
So saying, I’m glad for all the opportunities to grow.
I”m grateful for a new website that I’m writing for, specialneedsguru.com. It serves as a resource for parents of children with unique needs. The site aims to create awareness and create a more inclusive society. Writing for it has enabled me to help others who need it, in a small way.
I’m also thankful for Learningmind.com and Lifeadvancer.com, two fantastic sites that support learning. They also encourage a person’s psychological and emotional well-being.
Being a freelance writer has been an incredible, yet terrifying journey. Like everything else, it’s had its ups and downs. Reneging clients, unreasonable editors and nasty put-downs are sometimes too many. The opportunities for growth have helped me to come out of the sometimes deep mire. They have instilled patience and tolerance as well.
In all, personal growth will bless you, and others in big and small wa
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Comes apart when broken
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