What's the most important aspect of Self-Improvement/Development/Empowerment?

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What is the most important aspect of self-improvement/development/empowerment?

My answer...

RE-EDUCATION
- Lose the lessons/information that never worked before but learn from them. Find truths, wisdom follows.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    This is true.

    We have much to learn and unlearn from people because limiting beliefs acquired from others are what stop us.

    We were born unlimited and remain unlimited until we are impressed with the idea that we aren't.

    Great stuff

    Ryan
  • Profile picture of the author xInd
    One thing that I see a lot of very aware people leaving out, that is an important part of this equation, is your physical health. Without the proper needs for your body, it's hard to keep up with the rest. Healthy mind healthy body, and vice versa.
  • Profile picture of the author behnk01
    Turning every distraction off, period.
  • Profile picture of the author Get Inspired Today
    I would say personal responsibility.

    Without that, you a) probably aren't going to even get started and b) even less likely to be very happy with how your life turns out.
  • Profile picture of the author link8
    It would be continually learning or learning something new. You don't develop if you don't improve or stop learning.

    As they say in order to have more, you need to become more - thus the personal development.
  • Profile picture of the author solardave
    Originally Posted by Get Inspired Today View Post

    I would say personal responsibility.

    Without that, you a) probably aren't going to even get started and b) even less likely to be very happy with how your life turns out.
    I agree. Almost every book worth it's weight tells us to be responsible for our own actions,beliefs, and thoughts.
  • Profile picture of the author soulfulbodymind
    Originally Posted by Xception-Industries View Post

    One thing that I see a lot of very aware people leaving out, that is an important part of this equation, is your physical health. Without the proper needs for your body, it's hard to keep up with the rest. Healthy mind healthy body, and vice versa.
    Yeah, I kind of agree with this. Not me personally (I'm vegan and conscious of what I intake...stress, thoughts, food, drink etc) but I do see what you are talking about.

    To me, the whole part of being "aware" is awareness of health. Most "aware" people I know choose complimentary diets (vegan, raw foods, vegetarian).

    Without health, we can not grow. You can have all the ideas and development "schemes" but if you are diseased and too sick, you will not be able to do a think. It's like a boxer, you can't fight if you can't breath.

    I appreciate your input!
  • Profile picture of the author dm13
    When you want to improve yourself, you've got to genuinely commit to that. You cannot do it half-heartedly or else you won't get your desired results. When you put your mind into doing something, you'll be able to achieve it. Keep on learning and be sure to retain what you've learn.
  • Profile picture of the author Angela Chen Shui
    Completely accepting and trusting self/ Self.

    This never-ending process allows each of us to access and implement innate Guidance at ever-deeper levels. This fuels life forward in ways that best suit who we are. Inner clarity creates outer synchronicity. Wisdom, knowledge find expression in Soul-satisfying results.
  • Profile picture of the author Dean Jackson
    I agree with the post on keeping physically fit.

    The mental, emotional, physical and spiritual work together to create your experience as a human being. They work together simultaneously and improvements have effects on the others.

    There is so much that people do not know about how important it is to manage all aspects of their lives in a positive manner. Instead they fall a victim to the 'news' (daily dose of BS) and buy into all the commercialised hype in the media.

    I have personally turned off the TV, radio, newspaper and even friends who wouldn't take the initiative to stop buying into the negativity. It has been the most beneficial thing I ever did.
  • Profile picture of the author soulfulbodymind
    Originally Posted by xplosivmon View Post

    I agree with the post on keeping physically fit.

    The mental, emotional, physical and spiritual work together to create your experience as a human being. They work together simultaneously and improvements have effects on the others.

    There is so much that people do not know about how important it is to manage all aspects of their lives in a positive manner. Instead they fall a victim to the 'news' (daily dose of BS) and buy into all the commercialised hype in the media.

    I have personally turned off the TV, radio, newspaper and even friends who wouldn't take the initiative to stop buying into the negativity. It has been the most beneficial thing I ever did.
    YES, YES & YES - TURN OFF THE TV.
    People do not realize how much of a detriment watching television is. These broadcasters use "high sciences" to influence your purchasing, thoughts, actions, moods, feelings, emotions, opinions and so forth.

    Turning off the television is critical for self-evaluation and in turn, self-improvement/development/empowerment. You unconsciously compare yourself to what you are exposed to.

    Thanks for adding on!

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