Inner Growth Thought of The Day 114 – Self-Mastery & Inner Growth

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 114 – Self-Mastery & Inner Growth

April 24

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: Self-Mastery & Inner Growth

 

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As you pursue inner growth you gain self-mastery as you look to resolve open wounds, find what solutions work for your inner harmony, and move forward in sharing love, openness, and understanding towards everything that comes your way.

 

The inner growth journey is amazing as you choose what to change or not, as you discover more of who you are in essence, and as you express that essence through the self-mastery you gain along the way (as you put into practice what you learn).

 

Here are some ways you can include self-mastery along your inner growth journey.

 

  1. Once a month take a look at the actions you’ve mastered thanks to the inner growth exploration you’ve taken on those actions. Make a list of them and notice the differences or similarities between them month to month.

 

  1. Take five habits you notice you have in situations of contrast (challenges) and decide how you’re going to smooth out the rough edges of each by learning about why you have those habits when it comes to contrasts (challenges) you face.

 

  1. Define what self-mastery looks like to you and then choose three ways you are going to integrate it in your day-to-day through the thoughts you have, actions you take, and explorations you pursue.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

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Inner Growth Thought of The Day 113 – When Doing Your Best Is Or Isn’t Enough

April 23

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: When Doing Your Best Is Or Isn’t Enough

 

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There are many times when doing your best doesn’t satisfy the desired outcome of what you wanted to achieve, and so there’s a bit of back and forth on this “best” component and it being “good enough”.

 

As you pursue a journey with inner growth in the forefront, your trust in you and your best grows, and also, you learn from your “best” when that “best” doesn’t satisfy the “good enough” component.

 

Here are some ways to keep learning and growing from those “best” situations.

 

  1. Describe your “best” with five words. Next to each word put three situations you’ve used that “best” in and what happened in each situation.

 

  1. Every time you question your “best”, ask yourself if you’re wanting something you can achieve from yourself (from this “best” questioning) or if you’re wanting something you can’t achieve from yourself and therefore should move to exploring why you’re not accepting the situation instead of questioning your “best”.

 

  1. Make a list of times when what you did was more than “good enough” and keep those times in mind to remind yourself of how you feel when you’re giving 110%. This can help you identify when you’re not giving your “best”, which can take you a step further by getting you to explore why this is the case; or it will help you remember that you are giving your “best” and therefore have nothing to doubt or worry about.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 112 – Speaking Up In These Changing Times

April 22

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: Speaking Up In These Changing Times

 

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As the world and humanity move towards a society of love, light, unity, and compassion; it is important for each one of us to speak up in the words of love and oneness.

 

Speaking up with words of love and oneness goes towards one’s self and those around us; it is in combining the two that you pursue your inner growth exploration and reach harmony, which then also shares the same with the world around you.

 

Here are some ways to speak up in these changing times with love and oneness in the forefront.

 

  1. When you find yourself doubting the understanding you have for a person or situation, remind yourself of what got you to understand and of the similar challenges you faced at one point in time.

 

  1. Every morning, choose one word that will accompany your thoughts to keep them set on a compassion feeling and love mode.

 

  1. Pay attention to the words you use when you speak up and ask yourself if you were on the receiver end if they would share a message of love and understanding or not. If not, pause and reconsider your choice of words so that you can make the switch.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 111 – A Collaborative vs Competitive Mindset Experience

April 21

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: A Collaborative vs Competitive Mindset Experience

 

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A collaborative versus competitive mindset experience is always interesting as you pursue inner growth because you are always in that collaboration mode, you encounter some resistance when you are met with the opposite.

 

Due to your openness to learning in any situation, you get to experience a difference in approach that allows you to share with those who need it more (those in that competitive mindset), while also continuing to pursue your growth in a way that gets you to move forward in abundance and personal transformation.

 

Here are some ways to keep collaboration and love in the forefront no matter the competitiveness that you encounter along your journey.

 

  1. Make a list of five things you have an abundance of emotionally that you can share with everyone in any situation.

 

  1. Remember those times where collaboration strengthened your efforts and each year add to those list of collaborative life experiences.

 

  1. Take five minutes each day to think about how you will add at least one element of collaboration in the day ahead.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 110 – 3 Keys To Successful Partnerships

April 20

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: 3 Keys To Successful Partnerships

 

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Whether partnerships for work or in life and your day-to-day, both have keys to being successful ones for everyone involved.

 

Three of those fundamental components include knowing how you affect those relationships, tuning in to your gut if it sends you mixed signals about compatibility, and effective communication, which means identifying and removing your bias, and really listening to others (putting yourself in their shoes).

 

Here are some ways to keep these keys in the forefront of your partnerships, while also pursuing inner growth.

 

  1. Make a list of the characteristics that define a successful partnership to you. Next to each, write how it affects your day-to-day relationships in a way that allows you to get to know yourself and be of better support to those you are in a partnership with (whether for work, relationship, friendship, and so on).

 

  1. When you are in a conversation try your best to be aware of your opinions and the emotions they bring forth. As you gain awareness of these, pause what you notice is affecting the conversation in a non-constructive way.  Then, as soon as you get five minutes, explore the opinions and emotions to understand from your core, what’s the deeper meaning of these and what you can do to make them constructive for you moving forward and for your partnership.

 

  1. At the end of the year, take a look at all the times your gut guided you in the growth, dissolving and identifying of ideal partnerships. As you do this pay attention to your gut’s “language” by taking a deeper look at each situation. This will help you learn the cues of your gut in time.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 109 – Finding Your Potential Every Day

April 19

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: Finding Your Potential Every Day

 

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Human potential is equal for every person, every day you can express more of what you feel you want to share through your day-to-day life and work.

 

As you pursue inner growth your mindset allows you to focus on raising your potential based on your own uniqueness thanks to looking within, resolving inner conflict, and following your inner compass, your heart.

 

Here are some ways to find your potential continuously through your life experiences and reach the heights you wish to reach through this inner growth journey.

 

  1. Set a challenge a day that leads you to feeling emotionally awestruck at the amazement that you shared through a gesture, your work, a giving action, and so on.

 

  1. Make a list of what you see your potential being and put down the added potential things you want to see and that you will work towards in a certain timeframe (like a year or six months, or one month).

 

  1. When you define potential notice what your heart feels (your emotions), write out five words that describe these feelings. Keep those words with you and every time they come up, write down how they related to your potential in that day and situation.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

Inner Growth Thought of The Day 108 – Overcoming Recurring Obstacles To Harmony

April 18

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: Overcoming Recurring Obstacles To Harmony

 

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Recurring obstacles or repetitive cycles of situations that take place in your life are a major challenge when your focus lies on the external and not within (in a way that brings about personal growth and acceptance of what you have in front of you).

 

As you pursue your inner growth journey, your mindset switches to a learning predisposition.  This enables you to gain insights on your inner self in those moments and as you notice the things you can work with from what you find within yourself (things like fears to release and/judgements that hold you back), you also start looking at those recurring obstacles or repetitive cycles of situations with different eyes.

 

Here are some ways to keep inner growth in the forefront and overcome recurring obstacles/cycles once and for all.

 

  1. Make a list of recurring obstacles/repeat cycles of situations you notice in your life and for each pick a course of action you will take for the year ahead. At the end of the year evaluate if your course of action helped, how it helped, and what knowledge you gained of you thanks to the experience.

 

  1. When you think of the past obstacles you’ve broken out of as repeat cycles, what did you learn about yourself in those situations? What did you let go of?  Make a list of each and describe how the obstacle helped you to learn these things about yourself and let go of things that were holding you back.

 

  1. Every morning spend five minutes visualizing those repeat patterns as gone, replace them with the new patterns you want to see in your life and/or in you.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊