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4 Tips On Self Work For Personal Growth

Personal growth is one of the most important aspects of life. Without it, we will remain stagnant and never fully understand the world, or even ourselves.  

However, with a slew of external negativity and hardships making it difficult to gain confidence, it may take a little extra self-work to achieve the personal growth you desire

To help get you started on your journey towards self-discovery and personal growth, here are 4 tips you can implement into your life.  

Tips For Self Improvement

Follow A Schedule 

If you’re looking to become more productive, creating a schedule or routine is one of the quickest paths to start working on yourself. 

In fact, having a routine can have the ability to lower stress levels, as well as increase productivity and focus.

Decide on a set time to wake up each morning and follow that time as strictly as you can. You can also implement certain things into the morning to create more consistency for yourself; like morning stretches, breathing, or tea. 

If you follow your schedule, your body will begin to build its own internal clock that sticks naturally to the routine you’re building. 

Learn Something New 

One great way to work on self-improvement is by taking the time to learn a new skill. 

Try to think of something you’ve been interested in but never had the time or energy to get around to. For example, a language, sport, or hobby. 

You may wish to take a class dedicated to your new craft, or, you can head down the self-taught path. 

Remember, the more farfetched your knew skills may seem, the better it will feel to conquer. 


One of my personal favorite ways to work on improving myself is by opening up my journal. 

This is because it allows for an opportunity to say everything and anything that’s on your mind, with no fear of judgment. 

While I use my journal to write about whatever comes to mind, prompts are one of my favorite ways to target specific areas of improvement. 

Here are 5 examples of prompts you can use to get you started: 

  • What parts of your life would change if you were more confident? 
  • List 5 things you are proud of. 
  • What is a new skill you want to learn this year? 
  • What do you need to let go of? 
  • What are 10 things you are grateful for today? 

Set Goals 

Between all the chaos of our everyday lives, we often lose sight of the bigger picture. 

Goal setting is one of the most productive ways to work on yourself and get closer to your dream. No matter how out of reach something might feel, recognizing a goal allows us to create new behaviors and build momentum to become our future selves. 

Start by writing down a list of your goals by time (i.e. goals for the day, the month, the year). If you’d like, you can create a vision board to place your goals in physical form and motivate yourself daily. 

Remember, self-care is not selfish. If we are not taking good care of ourselves, none of these goals will ever be in reach. 

Take a moment to assess your mind and begin implementing these self-work tips to achieve the growth that you desire. 

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