Personal Mastery has many definitions but what is most important to understand is that it is not a destination or a definitive state, but a process. The idea that mastery is process was described by Peter Senge, in his book ‘The Fifth Discipline’
People with a high level of personal mastery live in a continual learning mode. They never “arrive.” (Peter Senge)
The application of personal mastery is key to living an effective life and having a successful career. This has never been truer than at this time in history.
In this post we explore, what is Personal Mastery, why it is important and how to develop it.
I define Personal Mastery as follows:
"Personal Mastery is the process of living and working purposefully towards a vision, in alignment with one’s values and in a state of constant learning about oneself and the reality in which one exists."
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With all these scenarios the keys to confidence are, 1) accepting that you are valuable and have contributions to make (Self-esteem), 2) taking ownership of your thought and feelings (Personal Power) and 3) communicating what you want (Executive Presence). In short, the application of Self-leadership.
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