Being a Better You  

                Becoming a better person to make the world a better place!
                
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Welcome to Being a Better You!

Being a better you is an ideology I've designed to challenge you to be a better person.  We all have areas of our lives we can improve to lead to a more satisfying, peaceful life.  One aspect I invite you to explore is character.  Character is defined as an attribute or feature that makes up and distinguishes an individual .  Good character is important because it affects your self-worth and your relationships.

People have been relational beings throughout time.  After our basic survival needs (food, water, air, shelter) and our safety needs are met, "Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs" suggests we need relationships.   

We need relationships:

  1. For psychological and physical development
  2. To feel a sense of belonging and love
  3. For spiritual development and growth
  4. To maximize our potential

Consider for a moment your relationships with:

  1. Yourself
  2. God
  3. Your spouse/significant other
  4. Your child(ren)
  5. Your friends
  6. Family members
  7. Co-workers

Do you have a relationship with God?  Do you like yourself, the things you do, the things you say?  Do you feel a deep connection with your spouse or significant other?  Are you close to your children, friends, and family members?  Do you get along with your co-workers?    

As you visit these pages you will:

  1. Learn about the principles of Being a Better You.
  2. Examine your relationship with God and the role He currently plays in your life.
  3. Have an opportunity to evaluate your character and consider where you can make improvements.
  4. Learn tools that will improve your relationships.
  5. Have an opportunity to take action steps that will start you on your path to being a better you.