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Many people have what I call “destination disease.” They believe that if they can arrive somewhere attain a position, accomplish a goal, or have a relationship with the right person they will be successful. At one time, I had a similar view of success. I defined it as the progressive realization of a predetermined, worthwhile goal.
But over time I realized that the definition fell short of the mark.
Simply achieving goals doesn’t guarantee success or contentment. Look at what happened with Michael Jordan. In 1993, he decided to retire from basketball, saying that he had accomplished all the goals he had wanted to achieve. And then he went on to play baseball in the minor leagues but not for long. He couldn’t stay away from the game of basketball, and he came out of retirement two times to play several more years. Playing the game, being in the midst of the process, was the thing. You see, success isn’t a list of goals to be checked off one after another. It’s not reaching a destination. Success is a journey.
You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather is!
Nothing in the past guarantees that you will continue growing toward your potential in the future not positions obtained, degrees earned, experience gained, awards received, or fortunes acquired. Planning your growth and then following through on it is the only thing that works.
As you prepare to take the success journey, there is an essential activity that only you can perform for yourself. It’s the equivalent of packing your briefcase for a trip because it determines what you will be capable of accomplishing on your journey. That activity is preparing and pursuing a personal growth plan. That process, more than anything else, will determine whether you will continue growing toward your maximum potential.
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Just about anyone would agree that growing is a good thing, but relatively few people dedicate themselves to the process. Why? Because it requires change, and most people are reluctant to change. But the truth is that without change, growth is impossible.
If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we are not really living. Growth demands a temporary surrender of security. It may mean a giving up of familiar but limiting patterns, safe but unrewarding work, values no longer believed in, relationships that have lost their meaning.
Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself. The ironic thing is that change is inevitable. Everybody has to deal with it. On the other hand, growth is optional. You can choose to grow or fight it. But know this: people unwilling to grow will never reach their potential.
Most people don’t realize that successful and unsuccessful people do not differ substantially in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential. And nothing is more effective when it comes to reaching potential than commitment to personal growth.
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