What you are doing in your personal development is increasing your ability to see the previously unseen in your life.
The good news is that things change and evolve over time. In fact, they never remain the same, so life’s opportunity boils down to whether you become conscious of and direct the change or not. With your personal development you should be experiencing growth. As you acquire new insights and absorb new information, it is normal that you will feel the thoughts, beliefs, decisions and actions you owned even a few days, weeks or months ago no longer serve your purpose. They become outdated as you continue to refine your new processes, and the better you get the more accurate your results. This is a key part of the process of becoming better at creating exactly the life you desire.
As you look through my blog, make a special note in your Journal about unfinished business that needs to be handled. Once you see it, don’t procrastinate. If it is a quick issue, use it as a 10-Minute Task exercise and take care of it now. If it is more involved, make time to handle it. This will be the first in a series of actions that will propel you into a great new direction in your life. You can think of it as the springboard that launches you into the air, allowing you to pike, flip and twist before you dive into the pool.
The point here is to be very clear of the importance of not being in too much of a hurry to plow forward if you find there is some unfinished business to attend to. As you look through your work, if you get the feeling there is more to explore or the results aren’t up to your current standards, you will feel this in your body and mind as an emotion or impulse. Be sensitive to it and handle it, then move forward and watch what happens from this new vantage point.
There is no time but now to change and improve. Take the time that is needed and be wise and gentle to yourself while you build a deep and solid foundation for your life.Personal development is our business and our life.
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”.