Too many people do not start down the path of investing in their own personal development as they perceive it to be too expense. Or they feel they know it all or are too old to get into this personal development malarky…
Lesson one – we are never too old and we should always be spending sometime time each week working on the most important person in our lives – us. With the knowledge we can help those we love, otherwise, we may just be adding to the problem.
Over the next series of blogs, I am going to share some of my coaching secrets and provide you with great tools at low, low cost to help you get started on your personal development journey. I just ask if you like the blog please share it with your friends and family whether they be close enough to talk with or connected to you on LinkedIn or Facebook.
If you’re on a serious budget, I recommend you start to read, yes read. If you don’t like reading – get over it. Just start. Once you have read a book you really like and you ‘Feel’ (you know deep down in your gut, or in your heart) that there are valuable lessons in it, read it again and right down the lessons learnt or highlight within the book. Then share it with the ones you love and talk about it. Teaching is a great way to learn!
#1 My personal go-to resource I use to sort out my clients thinking about money, wealth and debt. This gem saved my bacon and I personally make sure all my children read this when they start their first part-time jobs as teenagers. Of course, they need reminding a few hundred times afterwards but at least as a parent, we have done our jobs.
It costs less than $US 10.
The Richest Man in Babylon.
I promise you, this is the book I recommend to all my clients, friends and family. I read it once a year and just re-enforce the lessons from within.
You will love it. Give it a read then visit my website and let me know what you think.
Take Care and ‘Live the life YOU design’
Tony C (Coach)