Laws of Lifetime Growth -Always make your future bigger than your past


This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series The Laws of Lifetime Growth

A few years ago I bought and read the book, The Laws of Lifetime Growth, by Dan Sullivan. As the title would suggest, it is about personal growth.  The book advocates 10 laws. In this brief post, which will the first of a series, I will highlight the first one.

Always Make Your Future Bigger Than Your Past

This essentially means that we need to make some improvement in something that is currently true. While we are alive and conscious, we have the choice of growing. It only requires improvement of some kind in what exists now. This could be learning something new, teaching something, contributing to the success of another, exercising more patience etc.

A good question to ask yourself is: “What needs to be done over the space of a year, for me to be content with the progress made over that time”?

When you answer that question, you can start setting some goals that will ensure you achieve contentment with your progress over the next year. Moreover, if you seek to make your future bigger than your past, then these goals will further your personal growth and enrich your life, leading to true wealth.

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One Response to “Laws of Lifetime Growth -Always make your future bigger than your past”

  1. Sol Says:

    Thanks for posting this. It has motivated me to improve myself and my environment. Personal growth is really important to satisfaction in life. I need to seriously figure out the answer to the question you asked about what I need to do over a year’s time to be content with the progress made.

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