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  • Jun
    12
    littleme836 asked:


    the paper is suppose to examing your personal values, ground reules and/or ethics development. Focus on the development aspect rather than on a particular issue. Define what your values are and the source that helped shape them and the criteria and decision making factors you utilize to revise them. Also, discuss the piotential impact of your values and your performance in your workplace.

    How do I even begin with this??? help thanks This is a college paper and not HS.

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  • Jun
    9
    Kristen Burgess asked:




    Personal development is a good thing to focus your time and energy on. By improving yourself as a person you’ll see improvements in every area of your life – your work, your family, and your fun!

    It may be helpful to you to start your personal development journey by taking a look at where you’ve come from. How did you get to where you are today, and what helped make your into the person that you are? Are there people and situations that formed you?

    It’s ok if there are bad memories and negative experiences. Now is a good time to think through them and think of how they effected you. Once you’ve looked at them as you remember them, it’s time to look at them objectively. Think about situations that may have been hard for you, and realize that even if something bad happened to you, you’re still in control of your life. You’re in control of what you do – and you’re in control of how you feel.

    There may be situations in your past when you thought someone was angry at you, or was hurting you. Often we develop beliefs about ourselves based on how we see the behavior of others. We may think that because our parents yelled at us, we’re “not good enough.” In reality, our parents were probably just frustrated because we forgot to take out the trash for the thirtieth time.

    When you look at situations like this objectively, you can let go and move past them. Sometimes it’s hard to look at hurtful situations objectively, but you can still work through your memories and decide to let go… and move on with your life.

    Focus on doing things that you enjoy. Finding things to do that bring you joy, even just small things, will really begin to improve your outlook. Help other people and do things to help them. You’ll be surprised just how good this makes you feel.

    Relaxation and meditation may be helpful for you. Even if you don’t want to follow a specific program or methodology, you can take the time to relax every day. A short nap, a hot bath, or a good book are all good ways to relax.

    Some people find they learn a lot about themselves when they start journaling. Writing down what happens in their life, their thoughts, and their memories is very empowering. You can journal with a pen and paper, or you can use one of many applications available on your computer.

    A hallmark of personal development is figuring out just what you want in life. Take that journal and your thoughts and reflections on your life and think about what you’d like to get out of the future. What kind of a life do you want? What do you want to accomplish? What kind of a paycheck do you want your life to hand you? Think about these things and write them down. There’s something powerful about writing your goals down.

    Once you’ve written your goals down, start working towards them right away. Don’t worry if you don’t know exactly how things are going to happen. The important thing is that you start working towards your goals. You’ll be amazed at the opportunities that open up and the ideas that come to you to help you towards your goals.

    If you set a date for your goals you’ll be able to measure your progress. Don’t worry if things happen in fits and spurts – just keep working. If the date of your goals passes, don’t give up… just move the date! Keep working on your goals. “Fail forward… Fast” should be your motto. Don’t give up.

    Sometimes you’ll need to revise goals and plans and actions. That’s fine and it’s part of learning and growing. Don’t give up on yourself and your goals, however.

    Keep learning about personal development. Ask people you admire how they achieved their success. Read personal development books. Fill your commute time with audios from success speakers. Keep a positive attitude and keep working and exploring yourself. You’ll find you grow and as you do, your life will become rich and happy.

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  • May
    15
    Roger Loh asked:




    Personal development – also commonly called self-improvement – is a booming industry! And Internet-based personal development – also commonly called e-learning – is now becoming increasingly popular.

    According to market research and statistics, it is a 64 billion dollar industry worldwide. In the US alone, an estimated 9.6 billion dollars is invested in personal development in 2005 in the form of:

    - books

    - motivational speakers

    - personal coaching

    - weight loss programs

    - audio tapes

    - stress management programs

    It is also projected that this industry will grow at the rate of 11.4 percent yearly and reach 13.9 billion dollars in 2010.

    People are now turning to gurus for help in various areas as above. For example, Robert Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ had been on the New York Times bestseller list for several years in a row and sold 20 million copies!

    Likewise, Stephen R. Covey’s ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’ sold more than 15 million copies in 38 languages around the world!

    In a similar manner, many people are spending thousands of dollars attending personal development seminars every year conducted by well-known industry gurus like Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, T. Harv Eker and others.

    Along with this mega trend, Internet-based personal development websites, typically membership sites, are becoming more popular as people can learn through audio and visual programs from the comfort of their homes. One well-known example is Success University, which became the No. 1 personal development website on the Internet, within months of launching three years ago.

    Essentially, people are beginning to realize that a life time is too short for one to learn from their mistakes and it is actually smarter and faster to learn from successful people who have done what you want to achieve through reading their books, listening to their tapes and watching their DVDs, attending their live seminars or even engaging them as coaches or mentors.

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  • May
    7
    Alex Blackwell asked:




    To keep moving forward in life, we all need solid footing underneath us for a starting point. I attended a spiritual formation and personal effectiveness seminar a few years ago (and have since returned to be a trainer at this seminar). These seven strategies provide this firm foundation for a starting point. The following is a quick overview of these strategies:

    Strategy One: Keep Your Balance. This strategy will remind you how important a balanced life really is. Keeping your life in balance provides you the ability to see a world full of possibilities for yourself. But, when you are knocked off balance, it’s your personal responsibility, your choice, to get back on track or not.

    Strategy Two: Change Your Point of View. The way you look at your life is called your Point of View. You tend to look at life through a prescribed set of lens you acquired at a very age, which may keep you from experiencing the world in the way it actually exists. A Common Point of View is characterized by logical and rational interpretations. The challenge is to shift to an Uncommon Point of View. This will allow you to step back and ask if what you are experiencing is effective and working for you in your life.

    Strategy Three: Move Outside of Your Comfort Zone. True growth happens on the other side of your comfort zone. Fear fills the gap between your comfort zone and growth. Taking the first step and walking through the fear is a fundamental step to creating the life you want.

    Strategy Four: Erase the old tapes playing in your head. The central message found on these old tapes playing in your head is based on the “lie.” The “lie” tells you are not enough and that you can’t do or have what you want. Replacing the “lie” with the truth is the mechanism to erase these old tapes. The truth tells you that you are indeed enough. The key is to become a person of choice and choose the truth, not the lie.

    Strategy Five: Leave your bag of garbage at the garbage pit. The garbage we carry with us is as heavy to our hearts and souls as any physical weight. Oftentimes it’s difficult to throw out this garbage because it has shaped and defined us for far too long. To begin the process of throwing out your garbage, you must first name it and begin to realize what it’s costing you. Perhaps you may feel a void in your life with the trash gone. Fill this space with blessings and grace for yourself and others.

    Strategy Six: Recognize Triggers and Spins. A trigger is cause by a specific stimulus that is usually associated with a bad memory or experience. Spins are the catastrophic misinterpretations that follow. To stop the spinning, you need to “lift the lid” and confront the memories by sorting the past from the present.

    Strategy Seven: Putting it all together: Accountability steps for creating the life you want! Before you step forward, it’s also important you don’t analyze where you have been in the past, or even analyze where you might be going. To live and to experience the moment, the here-and-now, can be challenging. But it’s essential you tune into your feelings and you sit with those feelings to get a realistic handle on what it is that you really do want to have.

    Here’s the road map: The first four phases are, perhaps, places where you have lived for far too long and places that have contributed to you being “stuck” and unable to make the choices that will help you in creating the life you want. The last four phases are some of the primary tools for building the quality of life you deserve and creates the road map to see the choices available to you:

    1. Unaware or Unconscious
    2. Blame Others or Blame God
    3. “I Can’t” Excuses
    4. Wait & Hope
    BREAKTHROUGH
    5. Acknowledge Reality
    6. “Own My Part” and Release Others
    7. Become Accountable
    8. Create What You Want!

    However, don’t be discouraged by the areas in your life that have caused you to be stuck. There are no accidents without value. In other words, looking for the value of what has happened to you, even it has been dysfunctional, is part of creating the life you want. To further illustrate this point, there are three basic rules of dysfunction:

    1. Don’t acknowledge: “I am not going to talk about the fact my mother is a alcoholic,” or “I got even think about telling any one about the abuse I have suffered – it really wasn’t that bad.”
    2. Don’t feel: “It may hurt too much to feel love for someone, what if that person stops loving me back?” It’s safer not to feel.”
    3. Don’t trust: “I have been let down too many times. At the end of the day, I can only trust myself any way.”

    If you don’t look at the costs of the dysfunction then it will keep perpetuating. Behind this dysfunction are experiences from the past. As a result, fear is driving your bus, not your choices. Fear destroys intimacy and acquiring better tools is a part of your accountability.

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  • Apr
    8
    michelle asked:


    what have you done for personal development? How did you identify the area(s) for improvement? What feedback did you receive on how it works?

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  • Mar
    22
    Tinylittleheart asked:


    What are the self-concept factors? And how does each of these factors effect a person’s personal development positively and negatively?

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  • Mar
    19
    Carl Walker asked:




    No matter who you are, chances are that there is some area in your life that you want to change, some aspect that leaves room for improvement. Whether the change that you are looking for is related to money, relationships or career, a personal development seminar can help. A personal development seminar can help you target the area you would like to change, and offer help with changing them. Personal development seminars can help you to understand how why the changes are good for your situation.

    At personal development seminars you will meet people who are trying to make changes to their lives as you are, and who can sympathize with you. It is like working on a team, each participant has some insight to offer that will assist the rest of the people in the seminar. If you have a busy schedule, and do not have the time to attend these seminars, try doing a google search. There are millions of online links to classes that are built around your schedule.

    Personal development seminars help you to acquire an attitude of accepting or overcoming the limitations that you have set for yourself. It will also assist you in dealing with other people on a daily basis. It can help you to overcome any obstacles that are in your path.

    A personal development seminar assist you in changing the way you feel about yourself, thus changing the way you feel about others. It can help you to identify the purpose of your life, clearly defining who and what you want to be. In more clear words, a personal development seminar can help you to achieve anything that you want to be or do with your life.

    There are several self-help books on the market, and they may have some very useful information, but a personal development seminar has a big advantage that the self help books do not.

    When you attend a personal development seminar, you have the benefit of talking to a trained counselor that can answer any questions that you may have and chances are they have been exactly where you are. They know how you feel and can offer empathy for your situation. They have turned their life around, and have dedicated themselves to helping others do the same. As with all personal development seminars, the main message that they want to get across is that we all have the power within us to change our lives. We all choose the method in which we live our lives. We are the only ones who can change our lives in whatever manner we choose. We are the ones who have to live with the changes we make.

    No matter what changes you want to make, a personal development seminar can assist you on so many levels. You remember the methods taught in the personal development seminar when you leave and go through rough times. You will carry what you learned at a personal development seminar throughout your life and use it when it is necessary.

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  • Mar
    18
    ling meng f asked:


    I can’t really understand, since that each human being is responsible for his or her own fate, and personal development techniques provide us some way to work through it.

    But why are certain people saying that this is a bad thing?
    After all its purpose is genuine good, are those critics not striving for excellent themself?

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  • Mar
    8
    Liam McCauley asked:




    While it may seem that a person’s attitude and their personal development goals and achievements are very different things, for most people they are actually strongly influenced by one another. Without the right mental attitude, achieving anything is an uphill battle that is more difficult than it has to be.

    Changing a mental attitude for the better is something that can affect all aspects of a person’s life. It can allow one to feel in control of life and give a person the self esteem to make the changes desired.

    Improving Your Attitude

    If personal development begins with changing a mental attitude, attitude changing begins by believing that it can be changed. Many people accept a negative attitude as being a normal part of their lives instead of a choice that has been made. It is vital to successfully meeting personal development goals to make the choice to have a positive attitude.

    With a positive mental attitude, just about anything is possible. Each day the decision can be made to see everything positively, even if the day doesn’t go quite as planned. Looking at everything through this outlook makes experiences better and the future seem brighter.

    Once the decision is made to see things positively and to carry a mental attitude that reflects that, throughout the day, goals that may have seemed far-fetched before will seem reachable. This means better success in achieving goals and a happier outlook on life.

    Self Improvement

    Part of achieving any goal is to believe that you can achieve it. Using self affirmations that help to reinforce positive ideas can help you to have a more positive attitude. This, then, makes goal setting easier. Keep telling yourself that you are able to meet these goals with your own skills and talents.

    With goals in mind, it is possible to take positive action toward self improvement. Setting short-term and long-term goals can help along the way, providing plenty of milestones to meet in order to build self confidence.

    Self confidence is essential in the business world, but that confidence doesn’t always come from the business world. Sometimes, self confidence is dependent on very personal criteria. It may be a weight loss goal, a personal skill-set goal or another personal achievement that can give you the confidence to make achievements in business.

    Staying Motivated

    With confidence and a good attitude comes motivation. Seeing the end goal and believing that it can be met is a great motivator to get things done. To continue to stay on track, continue setting goals after the first goals are met. They may be small things to accomplish, but they are milestones that can be met and conquered for your own self esteem and personal development.

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  • Mar
    5
    mommyinfernape asked:


    i have to have a 10-15 minute personal development program for a scout group ages 10-13 and i need something that is interactive. plz help

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