George Dubec


Personal growth is a lifelong process.

It is a way for people to improve their skills, abilities, and qualities in relation to their goals in life to realize and maximize their potential. This is a vital part of a person’s development as to their maturity, success, and happiness.

There are four stages of personal growth …….

Stage 1: Unconscious Incompetence – we don’t know and aren’t aware of the degree of our incompetence

Stage 2: Conscious Incompetence – we become aware of the fact that we need to develop skills to achieve and be successful

Stage 3: Conscious Competence – we establish the discipline to learn, practice and implement our new skills

Stage 4: Unconscious Competence – we no longer need to think about how to perform a skill as it has now become part of us

These four stages of learning can be applied to any area of life: driving, cooking, all sports, martial arts, meditating, networking, art, parenting, and so on. For those willing to embrace these stages of learning, transforming from unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence is available to everyone.

A good affirmation is to say to oneself, “I am getting better every day in every way!”

Without personal growth a person becomes stagnant and chances of future progress and success are limited! Another way to look at it is to establish a habit of lifelong learning! The more you know the more you realize you don’t know?

Personal growth has a profound effect on every aspect of our life. As we progress on a personal level, we begin to feel more positive about life in general. We are more motivated because learning and growing add a sense of accomplishment, others will start to acknowledge our actions and we will start to see just rewards, both financially and emotionally.

Personal growth and development allow us to become the best possible version of ourselves. It expands our awareness of the possibilities and opportunities around us.

The final point, to personal growth, is that it is not enough to just think about doing it. You must develop a system to use to develop your skills and abilities. That would include a list of habits, skills, activities, and abilities you want to improve. Then action steps on how you are going to improve and how much you want to improve in the listed areas. Then learn what is required and start the process of spaced repetition to implement the action steps toward final achievement.

It is work and you must be disciplined to do it.   

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