Self-Assessment and reflection 2
My life long strategy has been one of improving myself as much as possible in any way possible. I have found this to be very satisfying and has helped achieve life long balance and happiness in my entire life. As my surroundings and I change my challenge will be to maintain the balance and happiness for myself and by applying evolution and growth principles in all and every aspect of my life.
Self-Assessment and reflection 3
I have come a long way in both my professional and personal life. Many of the accomplishments in my life I can attribute to my love for growth and productivity that were inherited and adopted from my parents and teachers. I developed a set of principles early in life, that are close to my heart. They serve as the lighthouse in a dark sea, helping me find my way. Here is my inherited list of principles :
v Be good and kind to yourself and others.
v Care for yourself, your work and for others.
v Always try to make a positive difference.
It is as simple as that. It is always based on those guidelines that I try to function and evaluate my overall high level performance as a person. When I know that I did good, I feel good and that makes me feel happy. My overall goal in life in general is to maintain a very good balance and happiness for myself and my family. I think I can guarantee that level of happiness by staying on and maintaining this continued path of personal growth and improvement.
In order to properly assess myself I need to first clearly identify where I am, and where I want to be. Knowing where I came from and how I got here helps me evaluate whether or not I am going in the right path. Once I have that defined I need to try to visualize my path to where I
Self-Assessment and reflection 4
want to be and make the necessary adjustments along the way. As mentioned in (Kipp, 1999) Joseph Kambell once said that if yo