May 1, 2012

Personal Progress Tips

Finishing experiences, reading all the scriptures, conference talks, For the Strength of Youth pamphlet, and working on goals for several weeks at a time can be overwhelming. 

"There are so many distractions."

"And do I fit in in?"

"I keep forgetting what I was working on and I keep having to start over!"

"I don't know where my book is"

Progressing through Personal Progress does not need to be hard.  You can do it!  Here are some tips!

  • Try working on your Personal Progress on-line.  You won't have to keep track of your book!  Go to in the church/young women/personal progress
            -All you need is your membership number (ask your ward membership clerk.
              They usually hang out around the Bishop's office)
          -set up your lds account with a user name and password
  • Each time you read a scripture, read an article, mark it with a highlighter or colored pencil.  The next time you open your book, you will not have to re-read the same can go on to the next one.
  • Use a dry erase marker to write a reminder message to yourself on your bedroom mirror. "Don't gossip for 2 weeks" 
  • Use sticky notes to remind yourself of your goal that you are working on "Read the Book of Mormon every night "
  •  Have you given a talk, been in a play, are you on a sports team, learning a musical instrument, served others, etc. You are already doing so much good..get credit for it in Personal Progress!

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