Bridget C. Williams
Personal development is a lifelong process. It’s a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realize and maximize their potential.
Personal development involves mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual growth that allows a person to live a productive and satisfying life within the customs and regulations of their society. This is achieved through the development of life skills.
These life skills, skills necessary for successfully living a productive and satisfying life, generally fall into one of the several categories: feeling about self, intimacy, family, friends, community, job, leisure, and spirituality.
They include being able to recognize and describe one’s feelings, giving and receiving feedback, recognizing assumptions, setting realistic and attainable goals, and employing problem-solving strategies.
Is increasing personal knowledge and learning new skills-Analyzing your existing skills will help you to identify both skills and personal qualities that could be used in another field or your daily life. Further examples of transferable skills, interpersonal skills, communication (verbal and written), organizational skills, literacy, and numeracy, problem-solving and understanding the needs of others or emotional intelligence.
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