Self Development: An Essay And Aspects Of Self-Development

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Table of Contents Introduction 1 What is self-development? 2 Ways to Self Develop 3 Conclusion 6 Bibliography 7 Introduction Every day of our life is full with surprises and others are premeditated. We face happy moments, sad moments, things that make you annoying and etc... In addition there are much bigger things than just these small everyday emotions. Some are much bigger than you think! As like tragedy or a catastrophe. An incident like these can lead anybody into a shocking dreadful situation. But, the most important thing is how we react to these situations. How we overcome these awful situations. In order to beat these circumstances, we must be able to neglect. We must empower ourselves. We can do this by evolving our self or know how to “self-develop”. Some of us think we don’t need to improve ourselves after our studies. Why do we think all we studied was just enough for us? May be it is because we have being studying and learning new things from an early childhood for a long time before completing our studies. But, of course! What we learn…show more content…
Let’s start by a saying John Wooden said, "Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are." (ESPN.com staff) It’s a great quote of course. But it also tells exactly who you are. The inner person or the character is your true self. The reputation is your outer person or the reaction you show to everyone, because of the inner person. So, if the inner person is well-ordered, your outer person will be behaved as well. To be exact words it means “Personal Development is the conscious pursuit of personal growth by expanding self-awareness and knowledge and improving personal skills.” (Thum, 2012). From this statement also we understand that it’s a lifetime process. We can’t just stop this process. Even involuntarily we learn new things and we develop our potential and
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