“Learn to appreciate the true worth of things. Do not admire things just because other people do, or because such an attitude is considered correct. Know what you really like. Know what you really want. Be honest with yourself. It may be that your taste in certain directions, need to be improved, but, if so, set out to improve it honestly and without self-deception. Honesty is the first step in self development.” I give thanks for the goodness expressing in my life!
“It’s only after you’ve stepped outside your comfort zone that you begin to change, grow, and transform.”
~Roy T. Bennett
Being a recovering procrastinator, self-motivator learner (is that a real term), I’m constantly reading and re-reading books on leadership and management. The popular misconception that they are only pertinent to success in your professional life or business; few people think to carry them into their personal life. But have you given that thought that, if you’re not the leader in your own life, then someone else most certainly will be and they’re not going to lead you in the direction you want to go, but rather in the direction they think you should be going? If you’re not managing your life the same applies.