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Personal development: Take ownership of your individual growth discoveries March 5, 2014

Posted by Dennis Mellersh in Concept of personal development.
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In developing the potential of your personal growth program(s) to higher levels, you might want to start paying attention to your own self-generated creative ideas on the general topic of self-improvement.

Because personal development is as much about the journey as it is about reaching the destination, you are bound to have creative reactions and make personal discoveries as you travel the road of your specific program.

This is particularly true when you are focussed on achieving internal improvement rather than being focused on external practical skills development, such as learning how to play a particular musical instrument, for example.

As you study personal growth materials in more and more detail, you will find that you may not agree with everything you read. Or you may discover that you have a “different take” or an entirely new approach concerning a recommendation, or a general principle suggested by one  or more personal growth writers.

It is important to write your ideas down, such as in a notebook, and to review them from time. Gradually you may find that this helps you to personalize your growth program, which is important.

One size does not fit all within the concepts and teachings suggested in self-improvement materials.

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