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How would you describe personal growth?
One definition that I heard for personal growth and success is that we should “add value” both to others and to ourselves.
If we add value to others it’s called helping one another out . In Christina terms adding value to others is called serving them.
Personal growth in layman’s terms its called “self-improvement”. In Christina terms it’s called becoming more like Jesus.
I wrote the above title because I don’t want to be religious. I do have a faith in Jesus Christ and will never deny that.
This blog is Personal Growth with a Christian Emphasis
http://www.stevepavlina.com/ has a lot of words he uses to describe “personal development:
personal development, personal growth, time management, motivation, goals, goal setting, productivity, self help, self-help, conscious living, living consciously, awareness, consciousness, effectiveness, success, achievement
I use a lot of these terms on this website, however most of my articles include an emphasis on Faith and Christianity based on my personal experience . If you are offended by this emphasis I apologize because I would never try to push my faith on anyone.
For those Christians who are wary about words like “meditation” or “self-help” ,which is sometimes refered to in this blog, allow me to balance it off this way..
Meditation is the opposite of worry. Even Christians should meditate on good things (God’s Word)
Self -help implies that you need to learn and grow. The day we stop learning should be the day we leave this earth.
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