Personal development planning — a guide to success
Personal development is the ongoing act of assessing your life goals and values and building your skills and qualities to reach your potential. They can contribute to your maturity, success, and satisfaction.
Emotional resilience is when you are able to calm your frantic mind after encountering a negative experience. It is intrinsic motivation, an inner force by which we can hold ourselves through all the downsides of life.
To be able to take care of those around you, you need to take care of yourself first. Protecting your mental health will also help you take care of your physical health, and achieve balance in different areas of your life.
Self-confidence is a feeling of trust in your abilities, qualities, and judgment. Research suggests that confidence is important to health and psychological well-being. Learn how to be more confident, and reap the benefits of increasing your trust and belief in yourself.
Investing in yourself is a sure-fire way to heap a return on investments. Whether expanding your knowledge, developing positive new habits, or getting your financial and personal affairs organized, it’s your responsibility to give back to yourself.
Some people may have trouble sticking to goals because they don’t distinguish their goals from more casual, everyday self-improvement efforts. Just because you decide to start running every day doesn’t necessarily make that a conscious goal. So let’s revisit what goal setting means.
The common denominator of success – the secret of success of every individual who has ever been successful – lies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing things that failures don't like to do.