Exercises for personal growth

To dedicate oneself to personal development is like investing in one's capital. It's a process that requires commitment, purposefulness, and continuous self-reflection. By actively striving to improve our skills, expand our knowledge, and challenge our limits, we can not only enhance our professional competence but also our personal satisfaction and well-being.

Working on personal development involves being open to new ideas and perspectives, being willing to learn from our mistakes, and constantly striving to grow as individuals. It's about taking control of one's development and actively seeking opportunities for improvement.

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It is difficult to understand our personality, but we can be aware of what part of our personality we reveal to the outside world. What do you know about yourself that others do not know? What do others know about you that you don't know?

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Pomodoro - Better Focus and Results

The technique was invented in the early 1990s by developer, entrepreneur, and author Francesco Cirillo. He named the technique after a tomato-shaped timer he used to measure his work as a university student. Pomodoro means tomato in Italian, hence the name.

The methodology is simple: When faced with a large task or a series of tasks that require a lot of brainpower, break them down into small sprints/intervals of 25 minutes each, followed by short breaks of 5 minutes. According to Cirillo, this trains your brain to focus in short bursts, making you more efficient. It is also said to improve your ability to concentrate over time.

Bucket List & Yardstick

Your bucket list is the most important thing you want to do in your lifetime. Write a list and check off when you have achieved the points. For you to gain perspective on your time and opportunities to fulfill what you dream about, look at where in life you are and how much time you have. It can help you gain perspective and set the right expectations.