“We are sleepwalking towards the edge of a cliff.
Even if the destruction were to end now, it would take 5-7 million years for the natural world to recover."
As life becomes more complex and often ambiguous, adaptability is increasingly important. In my view, the self is an internal mental entity. Over time, the main function of our inner observer is to achieve a stable personality and defining values which create the sense of identity.
Pride, independence or self-fulfilment are some of the most important psychological traits the self relies on when feeling a sense of accomplishment. Knowing that you are not as good as you could be, or realizing that life has more to offer, leads to a state of dissatisfaction. This should only encourage you to take action.
The self-development process will help you fulfil your potential. As you achieve cognitive mastery, you can acquire new skills and a more accurate perspective about the future.
Initially, the intervention will focus on the factors that have the greatest impact on your development. From this point, through a step-by-step process, you’ll understand how to keep yourself focused and committed to a personal strategy that can bring genuine and lasting change.