Read the First Step: Mindset HERE
This is the 2nd part of this mini-series on some foundational elements for success.
Today, it is about Self-Improvement.
I will consume information that challenges me, and helps me grow. You have to invest your time, money, and energy, every single day to improve yourself.
I take self-improvement seriously, and work on it every single day. Make time for this. The old excuses of “I don’t have time” are gone, and spent up. Make time.
I see the investments in myself, as the greatest investments I can make. The investments in yourself, will always have the highest ROI (return on investment). Why? By improving yourself, your skills, your mindset, you start leveling up. Gaining access to new money, and new opportunities.
I will never lose sight of my potential, and will see to it that It is constantly growing. As you’re improving, you have to push the ceiling up, and push the walls out. Always be pushing yourself further. That potential of yours will always, should always, be just slightly out of reach. So keep pushing!
I do not worry about the opinions of other as I am improving myself. People will scoff, tell you to slow down, tell you that you work too hard, question your motives, you’ll have some haters along the way. While you are moving forward, just keep in mind that they are just standing still.
Self-improvement can come in the form of books, new challenges, training programs, webinars, seminars, conferences, promotions, anything that pushes you to improve. You should be looking for those kinds of things every day. Do not sit back and wait for someone to bring along a book, or program, to help you improve. There are tons of materials out on the web, start searching.
Here are some key to listen to. Grant Cardone, Gary Vaynerchuck, Hank Norman, Sales – Marketing – Branding. If you’re scared to get out of your comfort zone, then I recommend Stacy A. Cross from The Comfort Killers. She will push you, motivation, you and get you out of that comfort zone of yours. There you go. No more excuses, start your journey on self-improvement.