Personal Development

Elements of Self - Motivation​

Personal Change Management

  • Self-Actualization (Maslow 1970)

  • Building Confidence

  • Improving Self-esteem

  • Organizing your Time

  • Minimizing Distraction

  • Creative thinking

  • The Art of Tact and Diplomacy

  • Persuasion and Influencing Skills Mgmt

Managing Your Personal Develop.

  • Developing Personal Vision

  • Planning Your Development

  • Starting the Improvement Process

  • Organizing your Time

  • Avoiding Destruction

  • Overcoming Barriers

  • Tact & Diplomacy

Elements of Personal Dev. Plan

  • A clear vision of where you want to be and why

  • A good understanding of the skills you need to develop to achieve your goal

  • A clear idea of the standard you need to achieve, and how different that is from your current

  • A level of priority for each area

  • A detailed idea of how to get from where you are now for each skill or area, to where you want to be

Enemies in the Road to Person. Success

  • Fears

  • Lack of Confidence

  • Low Self-esteem

  • Inability to Manage Time

  • Distraction

  • Lack of Personal Vision

  • Negative Thinkings

  • Lack of Commitment

  • Negligence

Develop Persuasion & Influencing

  • Self-Actualization

  • Building Confidence

  • Improving Self-esteem

  • Organizing your Time

  • Minimizing Distraction

  • Creative thinking

  • The Art of Tact and Diplomacy

  • Persuasion and Influencing Skills Mgmt

Keep Motivated

  • Leader & Acquire knowledge

  • Keep the Company of Enthousiastic People

  • Keep Positive (mindsets & positive thinking)

  • Do It (Time Management & Minimize Distraction)

  • Get & Help Others

Skills Involved in Self-Motivation

  • Setting high but realistic goals.

  • Taking the right level of risk.

  • Seeking constant feedback to work out how to improve.

  • Being committed to personal or organizational goals and going the ‘extra mile’ to achieve them.

  • Actively seeking out opportunities and seizing them when they occur.

  • Being able to deal with setbacks and continue to pursue goals despite obstacles.

Skills Involved in Self-Motivation

  • Setting high but realistic goals.

  • Taking the right level of risk.

  • Seeking constant feedback to work out how to improve.

  • Being committed to personal or organizational goals and going the ‘extra mile’ to achieve them.

  • Actively seeking out opportunities and seizing them when they occur.

  • Being able to deal with setbacks and continue to pursue goals despite obstacles.

  • Personal Drive

  • Commitment

  • Initiative

  • Optimism

  • Personal Vision

  • Planning Your Development

  • Starting the Improvement Process

  • Organizing your Time

  • Avoiding Distraction

  • Overcoming Barriers

  • Tact & Diplomacy

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