Personal growth is all about understanding what you have and what you need to get to your goals. First of all you need to understand what skills you have. Then you need to find out (or decide) where you are going. And finally, you need to learn the skills needed to get you to your destination.
The main topics in this category are:
The four pillars
The posts in this category should be your starting point, because the other pillars build on top of this one. Once you discover and define your strengths, for example, then you could easily find an appropriate job. Or learn how to emphasize your skills during an interview.
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Your personal goals are just one part of your dreams. Together with personal dreams, acquired dreams and divine dreams they form the window of dreams.
Setting your personal goals is very important for achieving success. First of all though, you need to understand what types of dreams exist. Only one type of dreams is called goals.
I must admit that I have never found this theory anywhere else. And I have never shared it with someone. I borrowed the visualization into four sections from Johari Windows, but that is everything borrowed.
Explains how walking more can generally lead to improving health. Lists 7 simple rules for doing the necessary 10.000 steps a day.
Improving health is one of the most important goals that you may have on your agenda. One of the easiest ways to improve your general health, however, is as simple as making sure you spend more time walking during your workdays.
Walking in general helps you:
Reduce stress, cheer up and increase your self-esteem
Explains how you can evaluate your personal strengths based on the Myers-Briggs Model. Defines the Rocket Model for personal strengths evaluation.
Personal strengths evaluation is the next step after identifying your personal strengths (more info here) – you need to understand how they interact with each other and what is their place in your personality. Each of your skills has its exact place and it is just one piece of the puzzle. And last but not least, the same skills in different combinations most often lead to different results.
In a world that is more and more demanding you can excel by finding your exact place. In communities that are more and more diverse you can be valuable by understanding what you bring to the table. This article lists 5 ways of identifying your personal strengths and making marketable, personal labels out of them.
Have you ever asked yourself why the world concentrates so much on personal strengths? You will most probably get this question on your next interview. Your school teachers tried to find and encourage them. Your parents also contributed to finding what you are good at. You can trace this behavior back to the Stone Age when you were living in communities and when everybody had to bring some skill to the table. Some of you were hunters, others were gatherers or fighters.
First of all, personal growth is a process that makes you company all your lives. You start as little babies no more than 60 cm tall and weighing no more than 5 kg. And from the very first moments you begin this wonderful journey called growing. As a result, it is safe to say that growth is one of the few skills with which you are born.