Personal growth and development

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If you own a beautiful house, you will clean and maintain it on a regular basis to retain or enhance its value. What is your body, mind and spirit worth to you? What is your life worth to you? Well most people will say it is priceless. Yet, few of us devote the time and energy necessary to take care of, to manage and to develop our greatest asset: OURSELVES! If you really want to change your life for the better, you must have a clear vision of what you want to become and be committed to act on it. Self-improvement begins with having a positive attitude, a healthy self-esteem and an open mind. You must learn to be receptive to what is being said while being able to distinguish the advice and choices that are best for your situation.

You should try out the principles of personal management and development for yourself. You need to experience and to prove to yourself that you can live an abundant and fulfilling life. You must be totally committed to put in a lot of effort while not expecting miracles overnight. Having evaluated the recommendations and principles, put into practice what you believe will be helpful to you in your quest for a more wholesome life. Choose what works for you. Only you can decide what’s right for you. The inner conviction and security, which comes from having proven to your own satisfaction that some of these principles are effective, will give you the foundation upon which you will begin to explore and experiment further.

Personal growth and development will give you an opportunity to explore human capacities and potentials which are often not addressed in conventional education. You have the most to win by developing your potential to the fullest and by bringing out the best you. Your No. 1 job is to build a better you. You have to adopt the right approach for the real world and learn how to make the most of your potential. In my 2014 book, BECOME YOUR BEST, I explain how you can:

  • Seek and find your purpose in life
  • Set and reach new achievement targets
  • Enhance your self-image and self-esteem
  • Become totally self-confident
  • Overcome your communications barriers
  • Improve your personal relationships
  • Discover greater passion, love and happiness
  • Gain financial independence
  • Develop your leadership skills
  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Navigate stressful situations more successfully
  • Think like a winner
  • Influence those who matter most
  • Make the most of your potential
  • Experience a richer, more fulfilled life

For those who don’t have my book or can’t afford to purchase my book, no worries – most of the above topics are discussed in my previous blog postings at http://www.kintuefee.wordpress.com.

Even though life can be difficult and complex, you are meant to be involved in it intensely. There are no formulas and no easy answers for everything in life. You cannot invest in relationships and think that you will never get hurt, have misgivings, or make mistakes. This is part of the process of growing, caring, letting people be and leading a steady and purposeful life. Personal growth and development should be an ongoing and enjoyable process.

What are you doing to enhance your personal growth and development? Share your own learning and developmental experience.

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One thought on “Personal growth and development

    AWAKENING YOUR MIND « Become your Best said:
    March 4, 2015 at 6:04 pm

    […] can awaken the potential of your mind by cultivating positive thoughts and pure intentions every day.  Start and end your day with thanksgiving prayers and being grateful for your […]

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