Hi Harry I agree. I would like to suggest that we all have good and bad in ourselves and depending on what part we focus on, this is the part we make stronger, firstly in ourselves and secondly in what we see in those around us.If we try to find the perfect people then we will remain alone in our life.Personal Development is making your present better than past and future better than present.
Do you guys agree with that?
I think it is about working towards fully realising your innate potential, directing yourself towards living the life you were born to live. We were all born with gifts, not rising up and using those gifts is a waste so personal development helps you reach out and enter your proper destination and state of being.Some of you may wonder what is meant by "personal development". Personal development is also referred to as "self improvement", "personal growth", or "self help" however I like this term the best. Personal Development is simply about improving yourself in whatever areas you'd like, which typically means improving or changing skills, attitudes, or beliefs that will help lead to the desired effect. That desired effect could vary, maybe it's just to be more happy, or maybe to make more money, to save or create a relationship, or even get over a fear such as public speaking. If you're one to feel you are already perfect in all ways then this is not for you, however most of us will admit we have room to better ourselves. Some arrive at an interest in personal development only after they get so frustrated with their current situation that they truly open their mind to change.
So why would we listen to someone else for advice? A favorite author/speaker of mine named Brian Tracy said it well: "No one lives long enough to learn everything they need to learn starting from scratch. To be successful, we absolutely, positively have to find people who have already paid the price to learn the things that we need to learn to achieve our goals".
The last thing I'll say about personal development is that it crosses the entire world, all cultures and all religions. We all have the ability and the desire (most of us) to improve, and that can be as simple as learning to communicate more effectively, or more complicated such as learning the techniques of writing well or speaking effectively in front of others.
I welcome your thoughts on this subject, do you strive to better yourself? Have you always been that way or did something trigger it during the course of your life?
I would agree, it is usually not until some crisis that most of us realize the need for help.Some arrive at an interest in personal development only after they get so frustrated with their current situation that they truly open their mind to change.
I will assume that these are pleasant memories, in which case it is good to cherish her memory.I've learned how precious and fragile life is after experiencing the death of my mom at the age of 65 a little over two years ago. I still have dreams about her in which she's actually still alive sometimes.