Happy Monday! I hope you’re having a great one. Read some fascinating research over the weekend on New Year’s resolutions…
It said the number one resolution is for a better job. The second most popular is becoming a better person. And the third is losing weight.
Since if you put number two first, the other two would probably take care of themselves.
If you work on developing your highest consciousness, all the detail stuff – whether it is your job, weight, health, relationships, or whatever – simply falls into its rightful place.
Become a better person, and you make better choices about everything from potential mates, exercise schedules, food choices, and job interviews. Become a better person and you attract a whole different caliber of opportunities, people and circumstances into your life.
If you spend 30 minutes a day on you, the level of improvement in your consciousness is simply breathtaking, after only a few months. A year of devoted self-development yields results that border on the seeming impossible. People who haven’t seen you are simply amazed at the change in you.
Just 30 minutes a day. Could be reading, or listening to CDs. Do 60 minutes and the results are bordering on the insane!
After a year of the 60-minute regimen I added a couple million to my net worth, ended a ten-year negative relationship pattern, and surmounted some serious health challenges.
Then I got complacent. Went back to 30 minutes. And now I’m thinking I need to step it up again.
What about you?
How much time do you spend daily on your personal development? And is it time to increase it?