As you spend time around successful Beachbody coaches, you will hear a lot about the 3 Vital Behaviors.  What are the 3 vital behaviors?  Simple =

  • Invite!
  • Be Proof the Products Work!
  • Personal Development!

Our goal is to help people reach their goals and live healthy, fulfilling lives.  The more people we help, the more successful we will be.

And in order to equip ourselves to build relationships and lead others, we need to invest in personal development.  It’s critical to growing our capacity and skill set.  And personal development gives us the confidence to execute our game plan at a high level.

When it comes to personal development, you can read books, research the internet for specific topics, listen to audio programs or courses, or attend events.  You must make it a habit to invest in your personal development EVERY DAY.

My personal favorite way to invest in my personal development is daily Bible reading.  I make it a priority to do it every morning.  I also make it a point to listen to good audio training and read books on leadership, organization, and relationship building during my commute to and from work.

To be successful, don’t simply copy the actions of successful people.  Say what?  Yeah, let me repeat that.  Don’t try to do what I do … think how I think!  Learn how successful people think, and then you will be able to apply those success principles to your unique set of circumstances and your unique skill set.

If you are looking for outstanding books to get started, I’d suggest the following  =

  • “The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth” by John C. Maxwell
  • “How Successful People Think” by John C. Maxwell
  • “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy

If you are looking for some good audio, again I will direct you to John C. Maxwell and Darren Hardy.  Darren Hardy is the publisher of Success Magazine, which is actually in our coach online office =

Be sure you dedicate some time every day to reading to, watching, or listening to something from the free Success resources in our coach online office.

“The Compound Effect” says it best = the key to becoming a highly successful person is not doing 5,000 things, but doing half a dozen things 5,000 times (sounds like my 6-step process, huh?!!).

**I am not an affiliate for any of the recommendations I made above.  I simply want to give you some direction on where to start if you aren’t sure on where to start with personal development.  We all have different strengths and weaknesses, so personal development is not a one-size-fits-all proposition.  Lean on your strengths, and invest in improving your weaknesses.  That’s how you build yourself into the person you want to be, and that others want to follow.