We are guided by our urges and emotions or by zeal and vanity. We are trapped in the now and ask one question too few: Where do I want to go?
To become, be or remain good, it is important to think and judge practically. But that does not happen without the use of common sense.
A human being curious by nature and wants to grow. To develop, it is important to take steps. And to show courage! Learn what you can do to find answers.
The second question in this series is: Who are the others? A dictator is an example this time. Plato's cave the theory.
When are you a good person? Good for yourself and good for the world around you. Six questions are important to grow into a good person. Do the exercises and activities for answers to the first question, Who am I?
Retaining staff in times of shortages? 3 tips for managers to keep employees engaged and interested.
Travel guide for courageous people who don't quite know what they want and need to discover there will. For people who lack direction and can't find the right track.
"Do you experience stress, get out of balance or are dissatisfied with how your life is turning out: why not investigate for yourself what is going on?" Read about 3 tools to deal with stress and maintain your freedom.
Every person wants to be heard, to be seen and to belong. If employees feel this is not the case they start to feel unhappy. So does the likelihood of illness and absenteeism. There is one quick fix. But it takes guts and discipline.
Barbara showed up at my practice before the summer. Recovering from a stressful period. Work had taken up too much energy. Her current job was too demanding. She was looking for her ideal job. Less ambitious, and with more tranquility and freedom for a social life. In order to restore the work-life balance, she thought. But was that the best solution?
In my book, 'Excelling in Freedom | A Recipe for Personal Development', Plato, Socrates, Hartman and evolution show us the way to grow. Stories about the development of six famous people introduce you to six values and thinking styles that are important for every human being to make personal development possible. In Chapter 2, Charles Darwin introduces us to the value and thinking style: the reason that leads us to the best and Self-direction.
In my book Excelling in Freedom, I give my vision of personal development. All chapters begin with a storie of the development of a well-known person. In Chapter 3 - What Steps Will I Take? it is the turn of Quejana, better known as the ingenious nobleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. A story about zeal, honor, courage and extrinsic motivation. The example when it comes to having a strong Role Awareness.
Everyone has an innate desire for pleasure. Everyone is unique. And everyone is intrinsically motivated. In order to clarify this, I’d like to tell you to the story of how Elvis was discovered. Based on that story, I’m going to show the connection between the belly, the unruly horse, the intrinsic or moral Self, and Sense of Self.
Advanced knowledge of various techniques TA to improve communication and relationships of coachees with others.
Often you know of yourself what your motives are and what you are good at, your skills. But to really capitalize on your skills, you need to know how you value yourself and the world around you. And that is something that many of us are not aware of.
The awareness model is a simple model to explain how I look at a person in relation to personal development.
By measuring how a person values the world around them and themselves, Hartman distinguishes six values. The degree to which these six dimensions are developed yield thinking patterns or thinking styles. Below, these six thinking dimensions are described*.
Eduard Spranger is a Swiss behavioral scientist who lived from 1882 to 1963. In 1928 he published his book Types of Men. In it he classified six personality types. A personality type tells us what kind of attitude a person has toward the world.
A person's behavioral style is what you see when you communicate and work with him or her. It reflects the way of doing things. Caution is advised; it is like an iceberg. You only see what is on top of the water.
23 TriMetrix Skills derived from Hartman's Thinking Styles.
What does personal development entail? How can you strengthen your personal leadership? In this interactive workshop, you will discover what you can do to 'Excel in Freedom' and take charge of your own life.