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  • 3 Helpful Ways to Invest in Yourself

    General Discussion Created 3 years ago | Updated 3 years ago
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    Omolara O Konga Moderator
    Investing in your personal growth may be the most profitable investment you ever make. The most certain way to achieve a better quality life, success, productivity, and satisfaction is to place priority on investing in both personal and professional growth. The effort you put into consistently investing in yourself plays a large role in determining the quality of your business now and in years to come.
    Here are ways you can invest in yourself, to ensure that you keep moving forward and growing as a person and a business owner (without breaking the bank).
    By “Developing your skills” we do not mean investing in actual education (schooling), though that’s surely an option, and perhaps a necessary one depending on your career field. We mean investing in your  knowledge and skills. This isn’t limited to the area and can take different forms. There are a lot of skill investment areas, these can be;
    Advanced Education - Extra classes, important certifications and higher degrees are all helpful investments.
    Expand your knowledge - there are a lot of information readily available on almost all subjects. It is important that you make reading a habit, read books, articles, subscribe to publications, read expert blogs or anything related to your talent or skill. Stay abreast of the latest trends or advancements, it keeps you generally informed.
    Utilize Available trainings - enroll in workshops, attend conferences or participate in webinars as much as you can, they go a long way in improving one’s self.
    There is a high level of creativity within most of us that has never been revealed or certainly hasn’t been used to its highest potential. Creativity in whatever form we may have it, helps us grow personally and professionally. It is important to note that creativity has a lot of faces and is not only limited to being a graphic designer or a painter, it’s also about trying new things.
    You may decide to learn a new language by taking a class or using a language training software
    You may decide to write something, a book, a short story or a poem
    You may decide to explore the outside world, learn something totally outside your field
    Choose some form of activity that you have never tried, haven’t practiced in years, or have never explored fully.
    Do not be scared to spend money, funds should be put in place to allow you recognize milestones and celebrate your progress. Use such funds to take a weekend trip (and a quick break from your shop), probably have a nice dinner with a friend or your significant other or do something out of the usual norm. 
    Overall, investing in yourself truly makes a difference in your life and your ability to thrive and perform your best. The extent to which you invest in yourself shapes the way you interact with the outside world. Your future is largely determined by your willingness to invest in yourself now.

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