5 Personal Development Blogs to Encourage Growth in 2020

The end of the year is a time of reflection for many of us, and for good reason. As the year comes to a close and the new year begins, it’s a great time to look back on how you’ve grown over the past year, reassess company values, principles, and direction.

You should start each year with the mindset of: I can do better.

In 2019, we produced numerous pieces of content with tips for readers on how to reach their full potential and dedicate time to what they believe are the important things in life.

Here are the top five personal development posts of 2019 from our company blog that will help you live out 2020 with a positive mindset and achieve your goals for the new year.

Are You Productive or Busy?

We often confuse being busy with being productive. They’re two separate things, and they should never cross paths — even when we’re tempted to slack off a bit when the pressure is on.

Opportunity Doesn’t Always Knock, but It’s There

You meet thousands of people throughout your life, but only a handful impact you in a meaningful way — and here’s the thing: Not all of them are easy to spot, so be patient and curious.

How to Define Your Company’s Core Values and Purpose

Defining core values isn’t easy and neither is finding purpose, but once you discover the answers to both, you can strengthen your company’s performance by uniting your team members.

Still Facing the Same Challenges? Here’s What You Can Do

Each day seems to present you with new challenges, but think about it: Are they really all that “new”? When you look back over the course of your career, take into consideration the problems you’ve faced. Are they the same ones you’re dealing with now? If so, why is that the case?

Why You Should Sometimes Lead From the Back

As business owners, we’re used to leading from the front, but it’s time we rethink our strategy. A friend of mine is the fire chief of a local town near me. He’s an awesome person, a hard worker and always looking to strike up a conversation about my business. He’s told me he values my insight because I’m an entrepreneur, but what he doesn’t know is I oftentimes learn from him too.

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