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What was the most important step in your personal development?


In our personal development there are certain steps when we really make a leap. Those defining moments are the basis to grow as a human being. May it be a realization or a new goal we set or an event in life that challenges us to become better. What are those for you?

 

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Reminds me of the essence of the law of attraction.

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    Adrian Smith (jasmith1) 4 years ago

    Very inspiring! Travel is a great way to learn what we're made of isn't it! All the best on your emigration. :)


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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Yes, everybody is different and has his own "voice" to find and follow. There is that view that every setback is a learned step towards success, seems to be true in your case! Thanks!

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Great. Seems like you developed a really mature character with lots of own wisdom. Thanks for contributing this answer!

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    That's an important major change. Congratulations for that! Thanks!

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Being true to yourself - the only way.

    ... and Self-Discipline is a great skill to have!

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    You sound like a responsible person, and a creative one. You always find a good way! Congrats!

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    Great answer, too, E. P. I especially like that you wrote out your principles to live by (added to my "To Do" list). Bravo that "The self-inquiry set me on a new course of living authentically." I now question: Am I living authentically?

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Great. I think you taking responsibility is a real move to power. After this new possibilities arise! Congrats! :-)

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Know Yourself is the key :-)

    I'm curious, how did you discover your limitations really?

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    I can relate to this. I had a similar issue with my father especially. Now I know that I'm a different and my own person. Helps a lot. Congratulations! :)

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    Myrko Thum 4 years ago

    Sometimes we need to hit the ground in order to get up again.