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personal development, self-discovery, self-help, motivation and achievement psychology

fisher's process of personal change model and diagrams

Originally presented at the Tenth International Personal Construct Congress, Berlin, 1999, and subsequently developed in his work on constructivist theory in relation to service provision organisations at Leicester University, England, John Fisher's model of personal change - The Personal Transition Curve - revised again in Nov 2012 - is an excellent analysis of how individuals deal with personal change. This model is an extremely useful reference for individuals dealing with personal change and for managers and organizations helping staff to deal with personal change... read more

free VAK learning styles test

The Visual-Auditory-Kinesthetic learning styles model or 'inventory', usually abbreviated to VAK, provides a simple way to explain and understand your own learning style (and learning styles of others). According to the VAK model, most people possess a dominant or preferred learning style, however some people have a mixed and evenly balanced blend of the three styles... read more

the seven habits of highly effective people®

Stephen Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People® are a remarkable set of inspirational and aspirational standards for anyone who seeks to live a full, purposeful and good life. Habit 1 - be proactive®; habit 2 - begin with the end in mind®; habit 3 - put first things first®... read more

career/business direction planner process and template

People who are successful and happy usually work at something they love. Also, what we love doing we often do very well. In turn we love it more because we are very good at it. These inter-related 'secrets' of success are often overlooked, as many people find themselves doing work which they dislike, or even starting a business which they will not enjoy... read more


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