How Success Minded-People Can Get ‘Un-Stuck’ And Reach The Next Level In Their Lives
As success-minded people we’re used to hard work but sometimes we get the feeling that we’re not progressing in life; we know we’re capable of more.
Time ticks on and we need to feel that our life is progressing the way we want it to, that we are living a successful and meaningful life.
In other words we have fulfilment.
Achieving durable fulfilment takes time and effort and looks different for everyone, but getting to know your physical, emotional and thinking self is key.
The question is, where are you now?
Maybe you feel underutilised or over-stretched in your work – what environment do you need to be in to flourish the most?
Perhaps a relationship you have needs work – are you avoiding difficult conversations will people that you really should be having?
Does your physical health need some attention – are you energised and productive every day?
If you’re at point in your life where frustration has crept in, you feel stuck and you’re unsure of your next move personal development can help.
Personal Development is a popular subject – walk into an book shop and you’ll see an ever-growing amount of ‘self help’ books on the shelves.
Some of these books can be interesting, helpful or even life-changing but there’s a problem…reading often isn’t enough.
Even taking action on the things we’ve read can produce great short-term results but we’re often still left asking the bigger questions about our lives, like what’s our next step?
If you’re at a point in your life where you need to plan or make your next big move but you feel stuck, you need to do more than just read.
That’s because development of the mind is only one third of the game!
The 3 Areas Of Personal Development
Development of our mind and ideas only makes up one third of our development – we also have to consider our physical and emotional development.
Physical development is about going to work on our body and our environment, and emotional development is about mastering our emotions and our relationships.
- Physical Development – our body and our environment
- Emotional Development – our emotions and our relationships
- Conceptual Development – our thoughts and ideas
Taking the time to work on the physical, emotional and conceptual elements of your life is one of the most valuable things you can do to help you understand yourself and the things that you need to do next in your life.
Discovering Your ‘Next Level’
When you go to work on your physical and emotional development as well as your mind and ideas things start to make a lot more sense.
Like how your emotions can direct your physical actions which then distract the mind.
How your relationships and habitual conversations can trigger thoughts that create habitual emotions.
The way your habitual physical actions each day can serve you or hold you back.
…the list is endless!
Developing your physical, emotional and conceptual self creates a new level of awareness in your life and can help provide you with the answers you’re looking for.
A great way to progress your own personal development and find your next level is with a coach.
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