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08 Nov 2013

Creating Action Plans for Personal Development

RSS Follow me on: The Secret Combination run personal development events to help you find a way to balance all areas of your life. But what makes them different is that they give all their profits to charity. They are having a one day seminar entitled: Are You Ready To Be Inspired? on Saturday 30 June 2007 where you can learn key strategies to help improve specific areas of your life. Expect the day to be high energy, atmospheric, and inspiring. The introduction will come from Honey Kalaria , a Bollywood Ambassador. Date: Saturday 30 June 2007 Time: 10am - 6pm

People have to make things happen for themselves and need personal development action plans to efficiently achieve the education, training, and skills necessary for success in life. The Basis of Personal Development In the personal growth seminar West, the idea of personal development can be traced to the ancient Greeks. Aristotle maintained in his Nicomachean Ethics that the pursuit of virtues was required to produce flourishing or living well (eudemonia). In modern psychology, Aristotles concepts have been built upon by humanistic psychologists and, currently, by the movement called positive psychology, which emphasizes the positive character traits, behaviors and emotions that are beneficial both to individuals and to society. Personal development can refer both to the self-development or self-improvement of an individual or to the development of others (in school or the workplace, for example). The focus in this article is on an individuals self-improvement. Key applications of personal development include a persons desire for and path to: educational attainment; development of talents or strengths; improvement of self-awareness and self-knowledge; enhancing ones quality of life; improving job prospects or career; improving relationships; and improving health.


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