Motivational Power Quote
The Principles of Personal Improvement
“The principle is competing against yourself. It’s about
self-improvement, about being better than you
were the day before.”
Steve Young, football player
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The principles of personal improvement
Incremental personal improvement . . . . is the key to continued personal improvement and personal growth. As you commit yourself to personal improvement . . . . the only competition that you have is yourself.
By setting a goal of incremental personal improvement you set a baseline. That baseline is where you are today and . . . . to make a commitment to get better every day is setting a chain of event in motion.
You can measure your progress against yourself . . . . and when you do . . . . the chain of events of personal improvement is set into motion. With the passing of each day, you will find yourself improving and getting better that what you do.
The principles of personal improvement is to understand that your competition is yourself . . . . Challenge yourself, push yourself to become better at what you do and when you choose to compete with yourself . . . you improve and you will become a little better with each passing day.
Tomorrow you will be better than you where yesterday and with each succeeding day you are stretching yourself and improving.
You are judging your standards against yourself and . . . . with persistence you will find yourself competing against yourself to continually improve.
With incremental personal improvement you will improve step by step and day by day. In time we will create new personal standards of achievement and leave your original baseline in the distant past.
The principles of personal improvement . . . . is to strive to become the best you that you can be . . . . and work hard at doing it.
©2012 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author