A few weeks ago, we sent out an email about how to successfully motivate members on your team based on their MBTI.
We even did an entire two week summit jam packed with tips from 25+ speakers on growing and scaling your team. P. S. If you missed it, you can still watch the entire summit HERE!
But what are you doing to ensure your own personal development and growth?
Whether it be signing up for a webinar series, networking with other professionals, or just prioritizing your own success, it’s very important to not leave yourself out when it comes to growing and scaling your team.
Many of you are business owners and entrepreneurs, and if there is one thing I know to be true about you, it’s that you are BUSY.
You’re running the entire show, oftentimes doing the role of multiple people to start your dream business. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with that, and I commend you for your hard work and dedication to your business, sometimes it’s necessary to just step back for a moment.
Have you ever had a moment when you realized that you have put your own personal development and growth on the backburner? I sure have...
Here are some things to keep in mind and get back on track.
Remember that personal development looks different for everyone. There’s no specific steps you need to follow, it is quite literally your own personal journey.
It can be easy to look at a friend or colleague and think they are at the top of their game (and they may as well could be, which is amazing for them!) and then begin to compare yourself:
Why aren’t I at that stage in my business yet? Why is my audience not growing at the same rate? What is stopping me from growing and scaling like my colleague with a similar business?
Stop. Deep breath.
What works for them may not work for you, and it goes both ways. Personal development also takes time.
It’s so easy to see another person’s journey, take some action steps, and wonder why you aren’t seeing immediate success. Again, this is not a one size fits all type of thing.
Your own development will be your own journey. No matter what stage you are at in your own personal development, try to remember that comparing yourself to others does not move you forward in your journey.
I wish you success in your personal development path.
Here's To Your Success,
Kate is an INFJ-3 on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Enneagram.