Achieve more with character development
To achieve more in life, we make plans and set targets, we follow this pathway to reach our goals. In the previous article (click to link), we chose to succeed in many ways and in different careers.
Between career planning and achievements, there is a fine line called character development.
So, how could you achieve more with character development?
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It might sound like a hard question to answer, but if we dig deeper inside, we may find a way to answer that question.
During our whole life, we encounter situations where we feel hopeless and helpless, with no power to react and there may be times when we see ourselves drowning and unable to extricate ourselves. At other times, we may come across uplifting experiences that make us shine and grow.
We may challenge ourselves and our surroundings on an ongoing basis, to find the quality of life we desire while searching for opportunities everywhere. If so, sometimes, we will not so much care what precisely we do and where we do it, as the feeling of success is what is paramount.
What would you like to achieve?
For me, what I would like to achieve is to develop my skills more and more, improve my life skills, learn how to live wholeheartedly, to finish my PhD degree and maybe at a later stage to write a diary book.
“So, what about you? What would you like to achieve in life?”
If you haven’t thought deeper about this before, now it is time to reflect on it.
What could you achieve with character development?
Character development has for a long time contributed to each human being finding his or her own life path – shaping his or her feelings, thinking and behaviour. It helps not only in the process of creating one’s own self but also ensures that one’s efforts are more likely to pay off.
When we talk about character development, we try to understand our character and practice self-awareness to strengthen and improve both our character and our personality.
We develop as people in terms of discipline, courage and overcoming fears, resilience, improvisation. We also learn about character development in the process of acting and then evaluating our actions.
Personally, I was able to achieve some of the targets I had set myself through character development, and the process is still ongoing.
What I have learnt over these years has established a pathway towards achieving more.
What I want to achieve at this moment is to reach people’s hearts, to help people see life from a fresh perspective and to enhance people’s perceptions of education, career and life, through my writings, my thoughts, my knowledge and my character development.
“So, what about you? Which targets you reflected on previously that could be achieved with character development?”
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