#265 What’s the point – There’s always a point

 

What’s the point – There’s always a point

You just have to recognize it

Is there a point to self-development, bettering yourself, or following a path of personal development?

Look I know and you know the answer so why sometimes is it so hard and why do we falter? Everyone tells you it’s the thing to do – that’s a no-brainer! Derrr!

What they don’t tell you is how to make it easier to succeed at it or what to do when you do falter

Da DA!

That’s where we are going in this episode, understanding what’s happening when we falter and ways to use it as a springboard to the next level. It doesn’t matter in which context you’re stuck in this will just work.

So come with me on this dive to find your success and when you have please share this episode so others can follow you. Here’s the link:

https://personaldevelopmentunplugged.com/265-whats-the-point-theres-always-a-point

Shine brightly

Paul

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