By Suzie Doscher
Imagine that after you turned 18, you stayed exactly as you were at that age. Nothing changed -- not your behaviour, beliefs, wisdom or knowledge. This sounds absurd, but some people look at life as if it stays the same and they no longer change or grow once they have reached 'maturity.' Seems more like a nightmare to me...
The other way of looking at life is that we never stop growing, developing and learning, which of course means changing. In my opinion, this is the healthier option. I would hate to be approaching life and its lessons in the same way as the 18-year-old Suzie did. With each step we take on the path of personal growth, things change causing us to experience life differently. Life and all it encompasses changes all the time, sometimes almost daily. It is exciting and rewarding to grow, develop and change.
Here are some steps to consider on the road of personal development:
"Your vision will become clear, only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens."
Ready to start with your personal development?