A leadership expert describes principles that help increase personal development and growth, explaining how to see existing value while still adding more and how to eliminate the tension between one's present state and goals.
Includes bibliographical references.
The law of intentionality : growth doesn't just happen
The law of awareness : you must know yourself to grow yourself
The law of the mirror : you must see value in yourself to add value to yourself
The law of reflection : learning to pause allows growth to catch up with you
The law of consistency : motivation gets you going-discipline keeps you growing
The law of environment : growth thrives in conducive surroundings
The law of design : to maximize growth, develop strategies
The law of pain : good management of bad experiences leads to great growth
The law of the ladder : character growth determines the height of your personal
The law of the rubber band : growth stops when you lose the tension between
Where you are and where you could be
The law of trade-offs : you have to give up to grow up
The law of curiosity : growth is stimulated by asking why?
The law of modeling : it's hard to improve when you have no one but yourself to
The law of expansion : growth always increases your capacity
The law of contribution : growing yourself enables you to grow others.
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