5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process


5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process

1. Manage Your Motivation For Development

5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process
5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process

It is essential to know what really moves us to act. Sometimes, people who go to a personal development process are not even aware of what they are looking for. It is important to identify what I DO want to achieve for my life and what I DO NOT want, which I intend to leave behind. It seems quite obvious, but it is relatively common to find people who focus on what they want to avoid, making it paradoxically present (don’t think of an elephant).

2. Adapt Your Activation For Development

In the same way that we need to feel more relaxed in order to sleep, it is also convenient to learn to adapt our level of activation and development to the different situations we face in our day today. A job interview, a presentation, an appointment with the person we like can be everyday situations in which our level of tension can play tricks on us. Why leave it to chance?

3. Direct Your Attention-Concentration

In the same way that the objectives that direct our behavior have to be expressed in a positive sense to favor our adherence to them (for example: Gaining health vs. quitting smoking), it is convenient to learn to focus our attention on those aspects of “reality” that favor our performance in a given scenario of personal development, instead of those that distract us or generate doubts and insecurities. What aspects if it is convenient to pay attention to take advantage of this challenge?

4. Choose Between Powerful Beliefs Vs. Limiting Beliefs

Our thoughts, opinions, judgments or beliefs can play a decisive role in our way of facing our day to day personal development. There are several types of beliefs that we can elaborate on, but we will focus here fundamentally on two to illustrate our history. Beliefs about the physical world, easy to contrast through our senses (this table is made of wood, I can see it, smell it, feel it), and other beliefs that have to do with ourselves, our identity and / or abilities (I can / I can’t; I am / I am not). Depending on how we end this type of sentence, we can experience the feeling of empowerment that accompanies thinking that I can or that I am capable of. Or the barrier that condemns me and prevents me from acting when I think I am not. Have you ever thought about your thoughts?

5. Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process
5 Benefits Of A Personal Development Process

Learning to reinterpret situations is essential to adapt my feelings to your personal wellness and development goals. Seeing things in a certain way does not mean that there are no other multiple perspectives and options to do so, perfectly valid, that gives me a more adaptive response to the situation that causes it. (Does the situation offend me or did I offend myself?)

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