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“Live these laws, and reach your potential.”
- John Maxwell
A person’s potential implies possibilities, it heralds hope, and it unveils greatness. In The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, Maxwell shares the core of what he has learned about developing yourself so that have the best chance of becoming the person you were created to be.
The following are the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth
- The Law of Intentionality: You don’t just grow “accidentally”, you must be intentional and deliberate about it.
- The Law of Awareness: You cannot improve if you don’t know yourself: where you stand and where you need to work the most.
The law of awareness says that the more you know yourself, the more you can grow.
- The Law of the Mirror: To effectively work on yourself, you must first believe you are worth the effort. That means getting rid of limiting self-beliefs and developing a high self-esteem.
- The Law of Reflection: Do take and schedule time to reflect on yourself, your lessons learned, and your next steps.
- The Law of Consistency: What will really make you grow in the long run is consistency. Start small. The author says most people don’t even show up and it’s very easy to beat them. Start there, by showing up: that’s your 80%. Motivation makes you start. Discipline keeps you going and growing.
- The Law of Environment: The people and the environment around you are major contributors (or detractors) of your growth. Make sure the people and the environment around you are not pulling you down but helping you up.
- The Law of Design: You must look at self-growth seriously. Look at it as a mission and design your plans to make it happen. No plans is planning to fail.
- The Law of Pain: No pain, no gain. John Maxwell says that it’s good management of bad experiences that leads to the biggest growth.
- The Law of the Ladder: The law of the ladder is possibly the deepest in The 15 Laws of Growth. Basically, it says that everything you built rests on the foundations of your character - who you are. If you go very high without a solid personal character, you’re on shakier and shakier foundations. Achievement is not something you do, it’s who you are.
- The Law of the Rubber Band: If you’re not stretching yourself, you aren’t growing. Look for change, look for growth opportunities. Always keep the growth tension in your life, never let your rubber go soft.
- The Law of the Trade-Offs: To achieve your full potential you must be willing to sacrifice something. Be it time in front of the TV set, your video game playing, hobbies, or maybe working on something during holidays.
- The Law of Curiosity: Growth is fueled by questions and curiosity. To keep growing, you need to be thirsty about knowing more and more.
- The Law of Modeling: Find a mentor and look for a coach who has already been where you are going. They will help you grow quicker by showing you the way and pointing out your mistakes.
- The Law of Expansion: Don’t think there’s ever a limit to your growth and expansion. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done or achieved, you can always do more.
- The Law of Contribution: The greatest joy in life is in contribution. As you grow yourself, help others to grow as well.
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