If you are reading this post, you are probably a lot like me — a seeker.
You are deeply committed to personal growth and desire to understand yourself and others better. You want to learn how to live a joyful, fulfilled, and purposeful life.
And maybe, like me, you’ve tried it all over the years.
You’ve read hundreds of self-help books, taken courses, explored metaphysical or alternative options, practiced the “law of attraction,” and followed the guaranteed-for-success formula of the newest self-help guru du jour.
I’m not putting this down at all — we need to explore, experiment, and separate the personal growth wheat from the chaff.
We each must experience our own journey of self-discovery to discern what is truly life-changing and what is merely fluff and magical thinking.
What Is Personal Growth?
Your true inner growth and development as a person occurs whether or not you actively seek it. Life often forces it upon us.
But by being intentional about growing and life-long learning, you’ll reach your potential much more quickly — and without as much strife.
Personal growth involves a wide array of actions and internal changes, including: