Follow a structured plan for your personal growth and development using the examples and exercises in this Sample Personal Development Plan.
Follow this structured personal development plan and improve yourself in 16 ways with dozens of personal growth suggestions, exercises, and aids for personal improvement. Find your life purpose, discover your unique personal strengths, learn to overcome fears limiting your success, improve your relationships, reap the benefits of optimism and positive approaches to life, and much, much more.
The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook material is based on scientific findings from research publications of Positive Psychologists.
The workbook begins with a brief personal development self-test identifying areas of life most appropriate for personal growth efforts.
Proceed through a series of 16 modules, each devoted to one area of personal improvement, where you’ll learn:
- A basic meditation as well as a sure-fire tip for quieting your mind,
- The importance of finding your Life Purpose, with tools to get you started,
- How to identify and use your core strengths,
- How to listen more effectively to improve all your relationships – at home and work,
- Ways to uncover self-limiting subconscious beliefs that are holding you back,
- How to overcome the fears limiting your growth and success,
- The magical benefits of generosity,
- How to apologize, forgive, and ease your burdens of guilt and regret
- All this and more in The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook.
This eBook Will Guide Your Growth
With this sample plan guiding your personal growth you’ll have a structure to follow that builds a solid foundation for growth. A brief self-assessment points out specific areas for focus, so you can either follow the author’s progression of modules or pick and choose from among the sixteen areas of proven personal growth.
This plan builds on recent scientific information from the new science of Positive Psychology. The resulting exercises, examples, and suggestions for growth are based on proven scientific research studies.
If you’re serious about your personal growth and development, you’ll recognize the value of planning your growth rather than jumping among the latest hot topics of self-help. The sixteen areas for growth in The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook are chosen from the latest positive psychology research studies as areas for growth that are validated components of well-being.
Meet Jerry for an eBook Overview
The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook is available in all formats (Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony, PC, Mac, and more). View the video for a bit of background on Jerry and a quick overview of the book.
Launch Your Personal Growth Plan
Why drift along through life taking for granted that your personal development will progress? Take control of your life and your personal development now with The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook.
The Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook is available from all major online book suppliers, including Amazon and Smashwords, my publisher. Both suppliers provide sample chapters of the book so you can try it out on your favorite eReader, whether pc, Mac, Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony, or others.
More From The Author
What is Life all About? How do I Find my Purpose? is the latest in the Personal Growth Resources series of personal growth books. Other books in the series include:
- The Happiness Workbook: Take Control of Your Happiness – Dozens of Proven Ways to be Happier ,
- Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook, and
- 5 Keys to Balancing Work and Life: Get Back to Basics and Balance Your Life.
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Jerry Lopper – Personal Growth Resources
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