While it may seem odd for you to set personal development goals, this should be your foundation in accomplishing your life goals. Establishing these before you turn 30 is important to setting you up for maximum achievement.
Achieving a high level of success in your life may not be possible without investing in your own personal growth. For me, there is no way I could have achieved our level of success without having invested significant time and effort into my own personal development.
I was fortunate to have been introduced to self-help and personal development through my Karate Sensei in my early twenties. Apart from learning about Martial Arts and self defence, he taught his students about success principles and conducted "Improve Your Life Seminars" where he taught about the importance of setting goals.
My life has been forever changed as a result of the passion I developed early on for personal development.
Reading books, listening to motivational speakers and leaders had and continues to have a trans-formative impact on me.
There is an important quote I read more than 20 years ago which suggests that you will be the same person in the future as you are today, with the exception of two things:
1. The books you read and
2. The people you meet . . .
That quote has made a major impact on me and one of the reasons that the 1st of these 100 goals is focused on reading.
The majority of successful people read books to not only increase their knowledge, but to inspire them to be more successful in both their professional and personal life. There is an expression that all leaders are readers.
From a long-term perspective, there is no point in setting easy goals. Since the goals will be challenging to accomplish, it stands to reason that you will need to develop yourself as a person in order to accomplish them.
The benefits of investing time into personal development are numerous . . . !
With all of the negativity we are bombarded with in watching the news, talking to negative people and our negative self-talk, investing in your own personal development goals will pay dividends. Keep reading for a list of 10 goals. These goals were developed from hundreds of hours of my own investment into personal development, dating back more than 30 years.
The following 10 goals, under this category of Personal Development Goals, are designed to help you achieve all of the balance of your 100 goals. They will also help you grow as a person and become the person you are capable of becoming. Don’t take these goals lightly. They are critically important to designing and living the life of your dreams—living your life and being able to say, “Wow, I did that!”
My 10 goals in this area are:
Adopt, modify or change these 10 goals to make them your own. While I personally recommend each of these goals to you, I also know that it is very important for you to establish your own goals that speak to you.
It's difficult to just take someone else's goals and make them your own. Writing out 100 Life Goals isn't something you do in a day or weekend. Its something you must draft, re-write, re-write again, change and modify and then re-write again. For me, writing out my goals firmly before I age one more year (prior to my Birthday), before the 1st of the New Year, or upon attaining a decade birthday (20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 . . . ) is powerful.
You don't need to start with personal development goals when you start writing them down, but it is important that you establish these foundation goals. Many people never read another book after graduating from school. Don't let that be you!
Return to the top 10 personal develop goals to find out how you future can be better than you think!
Last updated: October 17, 2019