Personal Growth

The journey toward personal growth is the journey of a lifetime. Let quotes about personal growth fuel your progress toward the goals you have set for yourself. Personal growth quotes are a rich resource to inspire you to shape your life around the values and priorities that are most important to you.

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Latest Personal Growth Quotes

Smile and let everyone know that today you're a lot stronger than you were yesterday.

Drake, singer

Do not compare your growth with anyone else. The only person you are competing with is who you were yesterday.

Sarah Jakes Roberts, from the book Don't Settle for Safe: Embracing the Uncomfortable to Become Unstoppable

How we respond to what happens to us—especially the painful, excruciating things that we never wanted and we have no control over—is a creative act.

Rob Bell, from the book How to Be Here

When we hold back our best efforts because of what happened in the past, we are letting the past decide the future.

Rob Bell, from the book How to Be Here

God blesses us. We bless others. And in a perfect world, the blessings roll forward like ripples on the water. We can hoard all the pebbles we want, but they mean little until we toss them in the water.

Bob Welch, from his book 52 Little Lessons From Les Miserables

Our job in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine we ought to be, but to find out who we already are and become it.

Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art

Asking for something from God does not mean talking God into it; it means an awakening of the gift within ourselves.

Richard Rohr, Franciscan Friar

Confidence is really great, but arrogance is really deadly, and there's a fine line there.

Jodi Goldstein, Managing director of Harvard Innovation Labs

Nothing you've done in the past is a waste. It's all grist for your future.

M.J. Ryan, from Habit Changers

The next time you hear yourself say 'Yeah, but...,' ask yourself if you're describing a genuine obstacle that cannot be circumnavigated. If not, do exactly what your Yeah-but says you shouldn't.

Martha Beck, life coach and author
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