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In a world of constant judgement, it can be easy to feel critical of yourself and wonder how to make improvements. But where does one begin? Even those who make it a priority to practice self-care can get caught up in the everyday struggle and not know where to start.  Personal growth exercises help target individual feelings and show areas that need improving.

Goal Setting

Activate your mental powers and stimulate your mind with proper goal setting. Write down at least three to ten goals in the present tense you’d like to achieve. Writing your goals in physical form can help solidify and program them into your subconscious mind. You will begin to notice more ways to achieve your goals throughout the day. These goals could include:

  • More self-confidence
  • Gradual weight loss
  • Career changes
  • Better relationships

Be Grateful

Gratefulness is a big step in personal growth. When you are grateful, you become happier with the things you have, thus making your mind feel more at peace. Keep a journal of all the things you have to be grateful. That way, if something gets you down, you can read your blessings again and renew your mindset.

Exercise and Fuel

Your physical health can play a key factor in your mental health. Exercise regularly and fuel your body accordingly. This type of discipline promotes high levels of health and fitness throughout your life.

Utilize Your Senses

Often, our daily lives are so busy that we forget to stop and enjoy the simple things. Use your senses to get back to basics and obtain peace. Examples include the following:

  • Stop and smell the flowers
  • Appreciate the beauty of nature
  • Taste new dishes
  • Travel the world
  • Create something with your hands

Seek Guidance

On our own, we can only go so far in our search for personal growth. However, with the help of a coach, individuals can go much further. Whatever you seek, a professional coach can help keep you motivated and focused in your personal and professional life. Coaches provide constructive feedback that may be hard to obtain through your own eyes or even a loved one’s.