Personal development is a lifelong process. It is a way for a person to assess their skills and qualities, consider his/her aims in life and set goals in order to realize and maximize own potential.
Maslow (1970) suggests that all individuals have an in-built need for personal development which occurs through a process called self-actualization.
If knowing where you want to be, and establishing your personal vision, is the first step in any personal development, the next step is to understand where you are now. From this point, you can work out which areas are likely to need some work to improve your skills and abilities. Being aware of your weaknesses enables you to take steps to start to address them.
NLP is a dynamic and generative learning experience with limitless possibilities for growth and expansion. It is a timeless skill that will evolve as you evolve, mature as you mature allowing you to create experience to match your script. A professional training that will change your life and the lives of those who know you. NLP is a universal ability that becomes a uniquely personal tool for each individual
who practices and teaches it. A grounded, practical and dynamic approach to a highly successful living.
Albert Mehrabian’s Silent Messages: Implicit Communication of Emotions and Attitudes shows that, in communicating to a group of people, 55 per cent of the impact is determined by such body language as posture, gesture and eye contact; 38 per cent by tone of voice; and only 7 per cent by the things people say.
WHAT PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT WILL TAKE PLACE AFTER LEARNING NLP
NLP is a sense of curiosity about the world, other people and themselves.
How do we think?
What do we feel?
How is the world represented in our minds?
Why do we behave as we do?
Where do those habits and patterns come from?
As we follow this curiosity, we become aware of how things could be different, how we can change and how we ultimately have choices.
A final thought …
The question is – do you want personal development badly enough to invest in yourself? One thing is, for sure, if you don’t do anything about your personal development then you won’t develop yourself and not much will change in your life. The choice is yours.