By guest author Adrienne Carlson.
One of the buzzwords we hear being bandied about regularly today is personal development.
We’re all being told that we must do more to develop ourselves and become better people in the process, both professionally and personally.
And in the quest for success and perfection, we try to exhaust all the oft-repeated clichés – we manage our time, accept and grow with change, making plans and sticking to it, living life to the fullest, achieving the perfect balance between work and personal life, getting out of your comfort zone, confronting your fears head on, and so on and so forth.
But the question is, are we really developing personally because of all the activities we undertake?
Continued in her article: When Personal Development Equates to Progress.