Can I really grow with phrases, books or course of personal development? In some proportion, surely. But often 2 things happen: 1) Either we become information gatherers and only use the new contents of our memory to feed our inflated ego, or...
To achieve different results and get closer to your goals, you need to do different things. The habit of staying in routine cycles and comfort zones is a natural tendency of the mind. It is rather about starting the day knowing what new things I will do or do differently.
If you want to increase your chances of overcoming difficulties and achieving success, it is not enough for you to learn simple formulas that are often unrealistic, but rather to gain clarity about yourself and focus on developing vital skills with the right tools and guides. I want you to understand that you HAVE to have a clear and focused mind to do great things.
If you want to unleash your potential, it is necessary to complement the education you received, which hardly trains you to know yourself and develop your talents. Avoid the path of frustration and learn to walk the path of prosperity by choosing on the challenge of taking charge of your destiny.
Avoid easy and often unrealistic formulas to achieve achievement and well-being. Discover how to walk a path that allows you to unleash your potential to face the difficulties and challenges of today.
Recall that one of the thinking styles that is stagnating human evolution the most, is the so-called Pluralist Relativism (presented in the Unplug Course of the Master Program in Integral Human Development of the Vital Learning Platform), which is who believes he has overcome the religious, scientific, technological and materialist vision of the world today... who believes he has the most humane, solidary, or spiritual solutions... who believes that in life everything has justification or everythingis right, and avoids assuming positions or thoughts to avoid conflict or effort.
People have a natural resistance to changes. They do not like them. They want the "status quo", Latin expression that perhaps means "the mess we are already in". People resist changes for various reasons. To favor the necessary changes, the leaders find out what those reasons are, and face them. "Leadership with purpose" - Rick Warren
Do you know that 99% of your thoughts are useless. William James put it best: “A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.” All my life I’ve been obsessed with practical things. Practical philosophy, practical knowledge, practical books, practical work, and practical advice. That idea comes from Pragmatism, a philosophical tradition that started in the 19th century in America.
Being neurotic is being able to behave badly without feeling responsible for one's actions. Jung says that the sick person does not have to learn to get rid of his neurosis but learn to endure it. Because disease is not a superficial and meaningless burden, it is what the person is; the same person is that "other" that we always try to exclude. If we flee from the evil that is in us, we put ourselves in danger. All evil is potential vitality that needs to be transformed. Pretending to live without the creative potential of our own destructiveness is like being a cardboard angel. Sheldon B. Kopp
Something strange happened with the birth of the internet; something changed about how we understand our identity and our existence. And that something was that our sense of self got translated into 0s and 1s so that we could project a part of our being as a single node into a global network of nodes made up of other selves.