I consider my day successful when I am more mature than the day before. I encourage a renewed version of myself each day.
Nourishing relationships is a daily responsibility. The circumstances of my close friends and family are impacted by their daily lives. I accept that their own situations affect how they relate to me. I am responsible for accepting them with love just the same.
Instead of responding defensively when someone says something that I dislike, I choose love. I dissect the source of their expression instead of reacting to it.
Asking questions is a great way to understand where someone is from. I recognize my personal growth because I am no longer quick to judge the meaning behind someone’s words.
Hitting personal goals is sometimes challenging, but I empower myself whenever I am feeling incapable. As long as I commit my full effort to achieving something, I am fine with the result. Self-acceptance comes when I decide that my best is good enough.
It is important to me to recognize the success in any level of accomplishment that I reach.
Whenever I see a glimpse of success, I take a moment to acknowledge it as the fruit of a positive mindset.
Today, the person who I am now is smiling brighter than the version of me from my past. I accept that personal growth is a lifelong journey which I am patiently taking day by day.
- How much have I grown in my profession?
- In which scenarios has personal growth allowed me to make tough decisions?
- How do I recalibrate when I find myself displaying old habits?