Have you thought that you don’t have to continue your self development once you have finished your education? Perhaps you have equated learning and development with the educational institutions that you spent so much time in during your early years. Of course, we do continue to develop throughout our lives, and continue to gain new skills and attributes throughout our working lives as well as our interactions with partners, parents, grandparents, and our involvement with our communities.
The desire to improve should be of utmost importance to you. If we get to the point of thinking that we no longer need to improve, we end up closing our minds, and become entrenched in our attitudes. This approach to life doesn’t allow for change, and doesn’t allow for development. To be a fully rounded and healthy person, it is necessary to be able to respond to changes in our lives, in our environments and in our hearts and minds. Rigidity in life will impact not only on ourselves, but on others, and will make our lives difficult when change is necessary or forced upon us. No one is perfect, and no one knows everything there is to know.
Chapter 1 Learn Self Confidence
Chapter 2 Identify and Deal with Your Shortcomings
Chapter 3 Plan for Success
Chapter 4 Obligations and Responsibilities
Chapter 5 Commitment and Consistency
Chapter 6 Consolidation
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