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Self development

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punyisa noiprapai

on 21 October 2014

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Transcript of Self development

Self development
What is self-development?
The act of improving oneself and
the way to be a better person.
create your own quality of everyday life into a mind-map of the best virtue for good !
What are the theoretical factors of SM?
- Education

- Skill

- Character

- Creativity

- positive mental attitude

What is your favorite theory of SM? & why?
How you cooperate and function your SM?
learn to listen - listen to myself and surrounding people.

leave my comfort zone - to face a new thing and new people.

learning new thing - always fill yourself with new knowledge.
What will you benefit the most collaboration with your SM?
Analyze your pros & cons in your SM
How and what will you commit to your best efforts in SM?
My favorite theory is Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development.
Moral development is an important part of the socialization process. The term refers to the way people learn what society considered to be “good” and “bad,” which is important for a smoothly functioning society.
Moral development prevents people from acting on unchecked urges, instead considering what is right for society and good for others.
Lawrence Kohlberg (1927–1987) was interested in how people learn to decide what is right and what is wrong.
To understand this topic, he developed a theory of moral development that includes three levels: preconventional, conventional, and postconventional.
So,this theory is my favorite because it useful with any kind of people.
My quality of everyday life.
A-avoid negative sources
B-believe in myself
C-consider things from every angle.
D-don't give up
E-enjoy life in everyday
Pros
Improved focus and effectiveness

More motivation

change the way to interact

Cons
lose oneself

It help me step out of my comfort zone. leaving my comfort zone is the hardest part of my self development but it's a good way to make me grow.
I do my best to keep learning new things and stop procrastinating. This process of self development help me to have more responsible and have more patience with work.
If you want to achieve the best life for yourself, you must increase your level of intellectual capital and thereby the value of the knowledge component in what you are doing.
Your level of ability in your field will determine the quality and quantity of your results. The better you get at what you do, the easier it is for you to start moving forward to get a particular level of results.
the most important of the success factors to accelerating your life is your character

creativity is another wonderful way to start moving forward in life and to increase the speed at which you achieve your goals.
It is your ability to look for the good in every situation that you see positive and start moving forward in life.

-As your personal development improves,prioritization becomes much easier. You are clearer on your objectives and you can quickly identify which task will give you the best result with the resources available to you at that moment.
-When you know what you want to achieve, it is easier for you to see the benefits of taking action. Even when the task ahead is not enjoyable; if you can see a clear benefit, you are more motivated to take the necessary action.
-when you improve or develop something actually thing will change the way you act and thing will change too.
-At some point you might lose who you really are.
Created by Punyisa Noiprapai
Thank you
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