Becoming a somebody
Have you reached that point in life where you can afford to allow yourself to stop growing or to stop improving?
Do you remember the old adage “If you consider yourself a nobody and do nothing to improve yourself to become a somebody, you truly will end up being a nobody.”
Every single one of us can choose to improve ourselves daily.
Self improvement begins with self-awareness and the ability to transform our personal habits. There is no one size fits all in our unique and individual journey through life. Yet, I believe that there is a need for constant improvement in all of our lives if we are to become a somebody.
“None of us will become perfect in a day or a month or a year. We will not accomplish it in a lifetime, but we can begin now, starting with our more obvious weaknesses and gradually converting them into strengths.” – Gordon B. Hinckley.
Over time, as we choose to make small adjustments in our life routines, they can bring greater balance, direction and peace to each of our lives. Remember, one step at a time.
Every leader can be a better leader than he or she is today.
Every father, mother, daughter or son can be a better father, mother, daughter or son than he or she is today.
Are you a somebody?