Personal Development and Being in Action

by Michael Berry on October 24, 2014

At the end of my day I always go over my day and ask myself did you make progress today toward my goals and more importantly were all my actions designed to get me closer to achieving my goals. If I can answer that question with a yes, then I feel terrific about my day and can start the next day on a very high note. If I had some actions that did not move me toward my goals I observe them and let it go. I do not beat myself up over it.

So let’s look at what actions move you toward your goals and those that do not. I’m not going to talk about the given actions (if you have your own business) such as marketing, talking to potential customers, taking orders and etc. I’m talking about some you may not have considered.

Do you watch the news? Does that make you feel good? Remember feeling good is an important part of moving you toward your goals because of the law of attraction. Are you getting involved in negative conversations with family and friends? Are you having fun with your business and are you excited about it? Are you having fun during your day, ours is walking our dogs and enjoying them having fun and enjoying the scenery and abundance around us. Bottom line think of your day and actions if they’re moving you toward your goals or further from them.

 Personal development is our business and our life.
 
Michael Berry
michaelberry@prosperyourmind.com
http://www.prosperyourmind.com
http://blog.prosperyourmind.com
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.

 


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Jane Araguel August 17, 2011 at 9:19 am

If I have a goal, I must determine my actions to achieve it. It helps to break down your greater goal into smaller ones. The smaller ones are the actions/little goals that I should take to get to my greater goal. For example, if I am planning to buy something next year, then I should determine my goal for each month to be able to move closer to my goal next year 🙂

Michael Berry August 17, 2011 at 10:55 am

You got it Jane. I loved how many times you used the word action in your comments.
Michael

Toby Hanks December 9, 2011 at 4:18 am

First of all i set up my weekly goals, then try to accomplish them. Daily goals put a lot pressure 🙂
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