Personal growth: do you take time each week to work on you? Want to read some great articles on improving personal growth and work-life balance as a work-at-home business owner?
Each weekend, I list the 5 articles that received the most attention (likes, comments, shares) from my online community. So spend some time catching up on my readers’ favorite articles from the week.
Instead of an overview, I share a sentence or two that stood out when I read the article. Just click on each title to read the full article.
“On top of the energy to get up do the work, running a business involves the need for energy that drives things like creativity, intention, purpose, love, intuition, and innovation. When we neglect these forms of energy we lose touch with why we do what we do and business becomes a grind.” John Jantsch
“Try to be introspective about your relationships not for the sake of being critical but for noting how you can improve yourself. If you attract friends who are balanced, motivated, kind and productive you will be more likely to mimic their behavior.” Beth Kuhel
“The most effective way to handle what must be done is to do it. The time-tested strategy for making life truly easier is to work through each challenge as it arises, persistently following through to the best of your ability. “ Angel, from Marc and Angel Hack Life
“You could say that once I got myself in motion, I stayed in motion.” Craig Jarrow
“Successful people always seem to make their own luck and find opportunities, but it has more to do with their state of mind than anything else.” Steve Tobak
Share! Have you read any great articles on personal growth this week? I’m always looking for new blogs to follow and share on my social networks. List them in the below. comments