Personality Development

KEYS TO PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT:

Be the Tortoise and Win

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The course is aimed at anyone who wants to improve their personality to get better in anything they do in life. We cover everything, so even if you've never before felt the importance of personality in your life, you'll be able to quickly jump in and achieve success like never before.

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Keys to Personal Development: Be the Tortoise and Win

Modern life is all about getting things done quickly. Microwave ovens, streaming

movies, and cell phones perpetuate this lifestyle. However, personal development is

more effective when done slowly. Significant changes take time. It’s also about the

journey. The process of changing can be more meaningful than the benefits gained by

the change.

Why personal development takes time:

1. Old habits take time to extinguish. It’s not easy to quit smoking or give up

candy. It’s also not easy to stop thinking negative thoughts or procrastinating.

Your current habits limit your life, enjoyment, and success. Even when you

recognize their negative effects, though, it still takes time to get used to new ways.

2. If it were quick and easy, everyone would be successful. To attain a high level

of success in any area of your life, time and effort are required. There are no

shortcuts to success. Accept that developing yourself is an ongoing process that

will continue for the rest of your life. You’ll avoid the urge to rush.

3. New habits take time to form. It common to hear that new habits require 21

days, 30 days, or 42 days. The truth is that it varies. Studies have shown that

habits can require as long as 9 months to be established. It depends on the habit

and the person. Real change requires the development of new, effective habits.

4. Your desires will change. When you’re hungry, all you want is food. When

you’re lonely, all you desire in companionship. As your needs are met, your

goals will change. It’s impossible to predict what you’ll want five years from

now. Consider Maslow’s hierarchy of needs:

Self-actualization – living your purpose, finding meaning in life

Self-esteem – respect of others, confidence, achievement

Love and belonging – friendship, family, intimacy

Safety and security – health, career, personal property

Physiological needs – food, water, clothing shelter

We all start at the bottom of this hierarchy and work our way up. Only

when the needs of one level are met can the next level be addressed. If

you try to skip levels, your life becomes a mess.

You probably won’t have goals related to realizing your inner potential if

you can’t feed your family. Increasing your social circle is the furthest

thing from your mind if you recently lost your job.

Since you can’t predict what your future goals will be, your personal

development will be a long-term process.

5. It’s all about the journey. Overcoming your fear of public speaking isn’t just

about making more money at your profession. It’s about conquering your

doubts and perceived limitations. If you could eliminate your fear by snapping

your fingers, life would be too easy. Much of the enjoyment and meaning of life

come from the battles we fight.

6. Repetition is often the most important component. Personal development is

like getting in shape. There’s only so much change that can happen in one day.

It’s when your efforts are repeated over the long-term that results happen.

Brushing your teeth once doesn’t accomplish a lot. Not brushing your

teeth one day doesn’t do much either. It’s only after repeated brushing or

neglect that the results become obvious.

Crash dieting, winning the lottery, and studying all night for a semester

exam rarely result in success. You’ve had similar experiences. Your

personal development journey requires consistency to attain long-lasting

results.

Instead of looking for the quick fix, search for strategies that require effort and

commitment. Relish the fact that you’re changing your life and putting in the work to

make it happen. Success is easier than you think, because so few people can keep a

long-term perspective. Win the personal development race by being the tortoise.

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