Personal Development Application Advice

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New to the personal development journey? Here are some guidelines to help you make the most of the growth process.


Start by inundating yourself with new information and ideas.

Thing of information as the building blocks. The more you expose yourself to new information, the more building blocks you have a create a better life for yourself.

So actively seek out knowledge in all forms, whether it’s by talking to people, studying, watching documentaries, reading books, and so forth.

To help you with this process, start with this article here:

The first step is to immerse yourself in as much information as you possibly can.

This means to actively seek out information that you could use to benefit your life.



Just exposing yourself to information won’t do the trick. You need to understand that information and begin incorporating it into your knowledge base.

When you’re learning from my content, I recommend that you take your time to read each article and really think about it.

See how the information makes sense to you, and how you can practically use it to develop yourself.

In this day and age, too many people just skim over information, and a lot of information out there is clickbait. Apply yourself to more comprehensive information, and it will take you far.


As I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, practice makes perfect, and that’s exactly what you need to do with everything you learn.

If you know everything about conversations, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be a good conversationalist. If you never actually practice the techniques and strategies, you probably won’t improve much at all.

If you’re serious about developing yourself, you need to put yourself out there, make mistakes, try new things, and make a habit of failing.

Inevitably, the more you practice, the better you will get, regardless of whether this is a skill, behavior, trait, mindset, lifestyle, or philosophy.


After you have gained an in-depth understanding of the content, practiced it plenty, and learned to habituate it, now it’s time to mold it.

This is the process of embodiment. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to personal development, as everyone is unique. You need to recognize this and adjust the practices to find what resonates with you.


If you apply all the previous steps, you should become proficient at everything you do, given you practice it enough.

When you start to embody the content, make sure you habituate it, and incorporate it into your daily life.

As long as you do this, those practices will eventually become a core part of who you are, and an integral practice.