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Personal Development – Who Needs It?

Personal Development – Who Needs It?

– my answer to that question is only people who want to have success in their life.

Personal DevelopmentBy the word success I include all areas  of life being business, financial, relationships, health and spiritual.

Given my blog is about offering home based business and residual income solutions I believe personal development plays a key factor in how successful you are or will be.

I did my first personal development course in the late 70’s (long before some of you were born – I know). I have continued to be involved in personal development ever since. It is not about doing one course or reading one book and walla! It is a way of life.

What is Personal Development anyway? Let’s look at what Wikipedia have to say.

“Personal development includes activities that improve awareness and identity, develop talents and potential, build human capital and facilitate employability, enhance quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. The concept is not limited to self-help but includes formal and informal activities for developing others in roles such as teacher, guide, counselor, manager, life coach or mentor. When personal development takes place in the context of institutions, it refers to the methods, programs, tools, techniques, and assessment systems that support human development at the individual level in organizations.”

Now let me give you the Sue Price definition.  Personal development is about you growing as a person and becoming a conscious human being.  It is ongoing and it is hard work. It requires honesty with yourself. It means you take responsibility for the results in your life.

I do not consider hype and pure motivation to be  personal development. That does not create lasting change and is very temporary. To get lasting change takes time, commitment and ongoing work.

I think the movie The Secret was excellent for making people aware there is another way and that people do have choice and can create a life they desire.

Who needs Personal Development?

Okay I have already said only people who want to be successful. I am assuming if you have read this far you want success in your life.

The thing is if you were bought up with positive parents who only ever praised you, siblings that you always got on well with, teachers who never criticized you,  friends who always treated you well you may not need personal development.  If you were taught that you can create life the way you want to have it, be what you want to be, do what you want to do then you may not need personal development. For the rest of us we do need it!

What format is best for Personal Development?

This is an individual thing really and I an not sure there is a “best or right” way. Personal development comes in many formats that include:

  • Workshops/seminars
  • One on one sessions in all sorts of formats
  • Books
  • Movies/videos
  • Audios
  • Blogs  – one you will find very helpful is my friend Sylviane Nuccio

There are many great teachers with videos on YouTube that you can watch . Just search Personal Development.

My personal journey with Personal Development

Don’t get concerned I am not going to go through every detail of what I have done over the last 30+ years 🙂

For me personally I have had enormous breakthroughs from attending live workshops and events. I was the CEO of a company in Australia that ran events of this type so I am a bit biased as I have witnessed many other lives transformed.

The first course I did was a 4 day live in event where you really got to look at yourself. It changed my life forever. An added bonus from it was through that connection I met my husband.

Since then I have done many seminars and workshops. I have and continue to read and study. I listen to audios, watch videos and attend webinars.  Like I said in the beginning personal development is ongoing, it is a way of life.

I have gravitated to businesses that have a personal development culture. I have learned I cannot be around a business that does not embrace it.

Most Network Marketing companies promote and encourage personal development as do some affiliate programs. It is great if you are apart of something like this because you get a lot of resources for little or no cost. I can assure you this is good as I have spent tens of thousands of dollars on Personal Development.

I would love your feedback on Personal Development – Who Needs It? Are you actively involved in personal development? Please share you involvement and opinion. Also if you found this post valuable please share it. People need to know they can have choice.

Make it a great day!

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47 thoughts on “Personal Development – Who Needs It?

  1. jenny leather

    Thanks Sue Great discussion topic. When we decide we want something different than we are currently experiencing we may find we need support from outside our core connections. Like you, Gary and I did many different on and off line training over a 20 year journey. I found I needed to understand it from the mind by getting my hands on material that helped me understand that changes we were experiencing.
    Then the journey evolved to understand the process via the heart and this required me to understand the value and gift of emotions. Amazing journey and now I have found the next journey is to listen and understand life from the perspective of your soul.
    Recently we went and lived in Brazil with John of God and had the most amazing experience. To watch first hand the healing that took place solidified my knowing of the presence of the divine that is active in all our lives all the time. We have bought back a john of God “Crystal healing bed” back to Melbourne to support people’s journey with Ease and Grace. My answer to who needs personal development training, would be, anyone who has the desire to experience joy and happiness in life. Have a great week Jenny
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Jenny

      Wow I did not know you and Gary went to Brazil. Although I saw Gary make a comment that made me think you were away but wow that is awesome.
      Your journey has been amazing in the time I have known you.

      It is interesting how we start off with the mind many times in personal development until we get it much more than that. I think Wayne Dyer is a great representation of someone who has started out from a total mind think with his first book and evolved well into the spiritual realm.

      I would love to talk to you when you have some time more about your experience in Brazil. It sounds awesome. I am all for Ease and Grace Jenny. I have often made my life such a struggle and I truly believe it does not have to be that way.

      I like your summation of the question I asked – “anyone who has the desire to experience joy and happiness in life”. So true. I think when we chase the material things it is really because they we perceive they will make us happy. So at the end of the day yes it is about joy and happiness.

      Thanks for your contribution here Jenny.

      You have a great rest of your week too.

      Sue
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  2. Lexi

    Personal development is important and all of us has got to learn how to change for the better 🙂 Nice to see some marketing companies are willing to make the change to enhance their business too!

  3. Donna Merrill

    Hi Sue!

    I’m glad that your wrote Personal Development is long lasting. As we go through the years, we change. As we change and grow, so do our needs – the development part!
    I’ve been doing it for years, not only to “fix” things from the past, but to make myself stronger, more aware of decision making process and most importantly interpersonal relationships.

    Using my “wise mind” is what I’ve practiced for the past 3 years. It does involve hard work because I have to apply each principle to my life. There are so many techniques to get to know myself better, it’s awesome.

    Personal development is great if one wants to grow. I’ve seen those in “resistance” whereby they say no to any kind of ongoing modality. What I’ve noticed is that they are unhappy, won’t make changes to fix their problems, and just complain.

    In sort, that’s my take on it.

    Donna
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Donna

      I love your term “wise mine”. That is one of the wonderful things about being more mature I think. I used to worry about all sorts of things when I was young that would not fuss me at all now. I agree our needs to change and I also like to focus on being stronger.

      I too have seen many people resist personal development. Ivan and I have often recommended some form of assistance for people who refuse it and just stay in their victim state complaining. I really try to distance myself from people like that now. Trouble is when they are related to you it is a bit more difficult 🙂

      Thanks for your thoughts on Personal Development Donna. I appreciate it. See you tomorrow.

      Sue
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  4. Carol Lynn

    You got me thinking, Sue – I love the idea of personal development and I think workshops and group events can be really helpful but I don’t think I’ve ever been to one! I’ve probably mostly read books on topics that I wanted to improve for myself, but I can see how being with people or even getting one on one coaching would really help you get a better perspective.

    I think we go through personal development every day. You have to adapt to things that change and you have to grow. Otherwise you will be miserable. We have to look at every day as an opportunity to learn and to advance ourselves.
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Carol

      Workshops and group events may not be what you need and I am sure you have got a lot of what you need from books. The thing with group learning that I like is that people learn from each other as well as the teacher/leader. When I was working in the industry it was my role to travel with various speaker/teachers and MC etc. Sitting at the back of a room you get a different perspective and can see that people bounce off each other.

      We do go through personal development every day and I agree we either adapt and grow or become miserable. Unfortunately some people do choose to be miserable and stuck. It is all up to us really.

      Thanks for sharing your experience here Carol.

      Sue
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  5. Adrienne

    Hey Sue,

    Boy, do I ever agree with you on this one. I didn’t even know what personal development was until I ventured online almost six years ago.

    I think really this all relates to people as human beings always in the learning stages of life. We never stop learning no matter how old we get because things change and evolve over time.

    I know from my own experience I was introduced to this shortly after I came online and I have learned mainly through books. I’ve never been to a seminar or meeting where this was the main topic although I’ve done some courses now online but not many at all.

    I’ve also worked with a spiritual life coach a few years back and she really opened my eyes to more things I could improve on. Things I wasn’t even aware I was doing or needed to work on. We never know it all so it’s an ongoing process just like anything else in life really.

    I do love to learn and grow though so as long as we all stay open to that we’ll all be so much better off.

    Thank you for sharing this, I love this topic.

    ~Adrienne
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Adrienne

      I know from what you have shared with our group and on your blog you have grown heaps since you came online. I still struggle to think of you as feeling insecure as you have shared. I guess I met you as a confident, competent online marketer and blogger.

      But of course you were not born that way you had to learn it and grow. 🙂

      Books and online courses are a great way to learn. I also love working with spiritual coaches because it is such a good place to come from. The personal development industry has some ego heads in there and I shy away from them. I learned that the hard way.

      I am glad you love this topic Adrienne. Maybe it is something that we in our group all have in common. When I first came online my very first syndication group really tried to encourage me to take my blog in a personal development direction. I resisted but I noticed when I was writing this post how much is makes my heart sing. Maybe I need a re-think.

      Thanks for sharing your journey with this Adrienne. I appreciate you.

      See you tomorrow.

      Sue
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  6. Sylviane Nuccio

    Hi Sue,

    You are a real pro at personal development. You’ve done so much over the years, that’s pretty impressive. I agree with you that personal development material whether it’s courses, seminars, books, events or audio will change your life. It did me.

    Thank you so much for mentioning me on this post. You are such a sweetie pie 🙂

    I really like your own definition of personal development – becoming a conscious human being. That is so true. Before I tapped into personal development I feel that I lived my whole life “not fully aware or conscious of what was going on in and around my life.

    A also agree that personal development is an ongoing thing. It’s like a healthy diet, you can’t just do it for a while and than that’s it, you have to keep it going to stay healthy.

    Thank you for this excellent post, Sue.

    PS. I love how you Australians write “walla” Americans write “voila” I thoughts that was cute 🙂
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Sylviane

      It was my pleasure to mention you. You have great blog with excellent information on the topic.

      I love the definition of conscious human being too. There are way too many people walking around unconsciously, half asleep believing that life happens to them and they play no part in it.

      Oh Sylviane I love your analogy to a healthy diet. That is excellent. Really the same happens with both areas too people who go on a healthy eating plan to lose weight often drift back to their old bad habits. The same happens when people start on personal development and then just stop. Of course they stop growing.

      Ah there are many words we say differently in Austrlia to the US. Because I have worked with so many Americans and most of my readers are American I often use the US words. We spell Mom – Mum. I started writing it your way and recently an Aussie asked me why I am spelling like an American 🙂

      Thanks for your comment Sylviane and see you tomorrow.

      Sue
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      1. Sylviane Nuccio

        Ahah, I wouldn’t worry about the American spelling and just spell the way you do in Aussie 🙂 The British do spell some words differently as well such as flavour instead of flavor and more…. Who cares, we all understand, right?

        It’s the same with the French from France and the French Canadian. That’s what a happens when languages cross oceans 🙂
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        1. Sue Price Post author

          We also spell flavour like the English 🙂 You know one thing as the WP spell check is US I usually just go with that. Sometimes I forget what is Aussie and what is US spelling.

          That is interesting about the Canadian French.

  7. Raena Lynn

    Hi Sue,

    I have a strong belief that if you want to be successful, you must delve into personal development first. It’s like a prerequisite to success. You made the statement, “If you were taught that you can create life the way you want to have it, be what you want to be, do what you want to do then you may not need personal development.” Some people are fortunate to learn those concepts as they are growing up, but let’s face it…maybe it’s less than 1% of people or maybe 0%. Personally, I think everyone needs it, but it is not effective if a person doesn’t recognize they need it because they won’t put in the work required to reach their paradigm shifts.

    You’ve spent a lot of time and money in personal development and I know you believe it is worth it by the benefits your shared in your post. I’ve always naturally tried to transform because I always felt something was holding me back, and I knew it was subconscious. I attended and participated full throttle in many self-development seminars and programs in the past. I learned something from every one of them. Each experience led to a new level of awareness and self actualization. I also agree that it is a lifestyle. Once you start, it must continue throughout your life. Self discovery is an awesome path to take. I know I have transformed and I’m a much happier, content person because I put in the work to learn as much as I could about how I think and behave.

    The program that had the most impact on my life is The Ultimate Game of Life (TUG) by Jim Bunch. It literally turned my life upside down for the best. I was introduced to the program because of my network marketing business. Self development is a great perk in this business. One last note is these programs work if you participate “all in” and you have reached a certain mental level so you are ready to receive the changes.

    I also enjoy audio, blog posts, books, and courses to continue learning. You can never learn too much! I enjoy your blog posts because you always share useful and valuable information. Thanks Sue!

    Raena Lynn
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Raena

      I must confess to that comment that your refer to – meaning if you had a perfect childhood etc was written with “tongue in cheek” as I agree with you if there are 1% of people who fall into that category I would be surprised. I am yet to meet someone like that but I don’t like to be absolute in my thinking because there may be some exceptions. I just do not know about them 🙂

      It is amazing isn’t it that you can learn something different from different seminars as you have experienced. I agree it is an awesome path to take and life can be so much better because of it.

      I have heard of Jim Bunch but never experienced his work. Clearly it has a great impact on you and your life. I agree with you that the fact Network Marketing companies encourage personal development is a real perk.

      Oh yes you need to participate full tilt in these seminars to get the best outcome.

      I also love audios and books and I do quite a few online webinar. It needs to be regular and ongoing.

      Thanks Raena for your comment on my blog post. I really appreciate that. Thank you also for your contribution to this one.

      Sue

  8. Mary Stephenson

    Hi Sue

    Would have been nice to have even half of the perfect upbringing, but alas most of us are such a huge cry from anywhere near that. It is no wonder why we spend so much of our lives struggling and doing all the wrong things.

    I think most people do search and hunt for self-improvement, but we are so misguided it is difficult to get to where we can really see progress. We all come with our dysfunctional lives and try to somehow succeed.

    Very interesting post. I have read books and gone through courses. Have always had the burning desire to understand psychology as to the hope it would hold some answers. I am doing that now and it has been very enlightening.

    It is funny that I should stumble on this today. I just made a list for me called “Project Make Over”. I listed the “problems” and then I listed “work on” items. Now if I just do that for the body, then the rest of what I want to accomplish should fall right into place. But it definitely is a work in progress…like forever!

    Mary
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Mary

      I wonder if anyone really did have the perfect upbringing. I think we were sold that idea that there was such a thing as functional in families.
      I agree we do then struggle trying to work out how to improve.

      I agree with you I do think most seek to improve and it is knowing where to start that is often difficult. I sort of stumbled into various things through people who have crossed my path.

      Oh wow good on your for studying psychology. It has always interested me too but as close as I got was a couple of units in my business degree. I really enjoyed it though.

      Your Project Make Over sounds very interesting and I am sure it will not take forever.

      Thanks for sharing your insights here Mary, I appreciate it.

      Have a great rest of your week.

      Sue

  9. Mayura

    Hi Sue,

    Wonderful topic and yet I don’t know whether it’s for people who wanna success or looking for answers 🙂 But I see the truth there that successful people value personal development in every area. As you said it’s a way of life 🙂

    When it comes to personal development I read blogs of Sylviane, Donna and one more blog. I don’t know why, but sometimes I feel people trying to show off much about personal development mixed with common sense on videos and articles, but I find the blogs I read truly dedicated on personal development aspects with real life examples. Well, I haven’t been reading all personal development resources, but satisfied with what I read now.

    I feel the personal development helps us to be doers instead of making excuses dear 🙂 That’s what drives people to success, right? 🙂

    Glad to see Sylviane’s blog mentioned here too 🙂

    Cheers…
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Mayura

      I think that even successful people may be searching for answers 🙂

      I love Sylviane and Donna’s blogs. I wanted to mention Sylviane as she really explains things very well. I am not sure what you mean by some people showing off about personal development. You have me curious now Mayura. I know people who sort of come over as if they know everything because they did some personal development. To me that says they need to do more – it is not about being superior.

      You are spot on with that comment we need to be doers instead of making excuses. Yes I agree that is vital if we want to succeed.

      Thanks for your comment Mayura

      Sue
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  10. Shorya Bist

    Hi Suej,

    Thanks for sharing your you experiences on personal development and views about it.I think personal development is good for every one as people who are doing good in life also miss out some little things in their life that can boost their success more.
    I like the point you said on personal development” Personal development is about you growing as a person and becoming a conscious human being. ”

    I am following Sylviane and some of my blogger networks friend who are working as a life coach from blogging and I am learning life very closely with help of them.

    Thank You
    Shorya Bist
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Shorya

      I agree even successful people can improve and grow in some areas of their life. I was lucky enough to work with Robert Kiyosaki for years and he does continual work on improving himself. I do not think we ever stop growing.

      I love Sylviane’s blog as I think she explains some difficult concepts very well. I have also seen some other very good blogs on the subject.It is amazing now what information people can access via the internet to help them for no cost.

      Thanks for your comment Shorya and have a nice rest of your week.

      Sue
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  11. Viola Tam

    Hi Sue,

    What an inspiring post! What needs personal development? EVERYBODY is my answer! However, not everyone WANTS it. Many people do not think or feel that they need it. That is okay. They are not ready for this wonderful self-discovery journey.

    Like you, I am also biased as I have witnessed many other lives transformed through doing Personal Development courses! Powerful beyond words!

    Personal development has never been in my ‘priority list’ of my to do things. Even when I started my Network Marketing business part time some nine years ago, I did not feel that I needed that. I learned a lot of ‘How-To” skills but not personal development. Despite that, when I was in the audience attending Dr. John F. Demartini’s seminar years ago, I just knew that the ‘Breakthrough Experience’ would be of great value!

    I have never looked back since then. I was so much more certain of my way forward and purpose in life. As Demartini’s signature line says. “I love what I do and I do what I love!”.

    Thanks, Sue, for this EXCELLENT sharing! BY doing what we do, I sincerely hope that more people’s lives can be touched by Personal Development. The wonderful thing is, people can self-develop by reading books!

    Viola The Business Mum
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Viola

      I am glad you found the post inspiring, thank you. Oh yes there are many people who do not believe they need it and as you say they are not ready. I did not my first course because it was a requirement to move into management of the Accounting Practice I was working for. I sort of resented the fact I had to do it but once I had I was very grateful. It changed my life. Sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know.

      I am sure the Breakthrough experience is excellent as his work is so good. I also love that saying.

      I personally think it is one of the benefits of Network Marketing that personal development is very much part of the industry. You can get a lot of growth through books for sure. I have some books I have read several times and get another ah ha each time.

      Thanks for your comment Viola.

      Have a nice weekend.

      Sue
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  12. Justin from conscious

    Love it Sue. Personal Development is a life long journey for me. I’ll never be perfect, I know that, but I will continually grow, learn, and experience life to the best of my ability.

    I think life is more enjoyable when we have goals and desired outcomes for ourselves.

    Take Care.
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Justin

      I do not think any of us will be perfect. I think that is part of the human experience. I love that many of us like you have embraced the journey to grow and learn.

      I agree with you and think goals and desired outcomes are important and make living an enjoyable experience.

      Thanks for visiting and commenting Paul. Have a nice weekend.

      Sue
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  13. Barbara Charles

    Hi Sue,
    First thanks for sharing your journey with personal development. I am currently listening to tapes of ‘The Secret’ again. I’ve read the book, but every time I listen, I get something more out of it. Personal development is, as you stated, a necessity I think in life, not just in business. I appreciate your thoughts and will think more on maybe attending a few seminars. Thank you.
    Barbara
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Barbara

      I too have been revisiting the secret. Mainly watched the movie a couple more times and I swear it is different than when I saw it first some years back 🙂 Isn’t it amazing how we get something new so often when we revisit a book or movie/audio?

      I do think that personal development is necessary for life outside of business as well. For me the biggest benefit is that I do not react to stuff I would have once. How I feel inside my own head and heart matter most to me. Being a self critical Virgo it has taken me a lot to learn to be kinder to myself.

      Thanks for your comment Barbara.

      Have a nice weekend.

      Sue
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Jenny and Gary

      Yes letting go of judgement is a big one. I cannot imagine life any other way than this journey we have chosen to take. It is so much better to know we are responsible and not to blame. A much nice way to live life.

      Thanks for your comment and I hope you are having a nice weekend.

      Sue
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  14. Dan Black

    Two of my favorite topics are leadership and personal growth/development. To be successful and reach our potential requires that we are intentional in personal growth. It should be a daily habit. Those who strive to do something good or great should make it a point to grow themselves.

    I first started to grow myself when I was 20 years old after listening to a John Maxwell leadership lesson. It really sparked my growth and passion for the topic of leadership. He has a great book called: The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth: Live Them and Reach Your Potential. I highly recommend reading it.

    ps. A friend and fellow blogger who you might want to connect with is Lincoln Parks http://lincolnparks.com/ who has a similar passion to help others in home based business and MLM.

    Great post!
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Dan

      We seem to have similar passions. While I have blogged mostly about mindset and personal development I love Leadership too.

      I agree personal development has to be a daily thing. I too started personal development in my early twenties. I did a course through the job I had which led me on the path. I remember at first I thought there would be a time when I “had arrived”. In fact I thought that for some years until I realized you never arrive and it is a journey.

      I have heard some of John Maxwell’s teaching some time back. I am not familiar with the book so thanks for the recommendation.

      Also thanks Dan for the link to Lincoln Parks I will certainly check him out.

      Thanks for your contribution here I really appreciate it Dan.

      Sue
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      1. Dan Black

        Hi Sue,

        I always enjoy finding and connecting with people who share similar passions. I’m looking forward to sharpening each other.

        You have the right mindset in knowing growth and development is a daily habit. I believe if we want to see lasting success and reach our potential it requires intentional growth.

        Talk to you soon:)
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        1. Sue Price Post author

          Hi Dan

          I too love finding other people who share the same passions. Thanks for your comment. I really appreciate it.

          Sue

  15. Carmen Wyld

    Hey Sue, I can’t tell you how excited I am to have found this blog. I am passionate about personal development and love to hear how it’s positively improving people’s lives…. because I believe this in turn helps to heal the planet… “Healing the Planet from Within” (The title of my book). Thank you for sharing your journey with the world! All the best, Carmen
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Carmen

      I am also glad you found my blog. It is so good to connect without like minded people on the same journey. Nice to meet you and I love the title of your book. I am off over to your site right now.

      Thanks for finding me Carmen.

      Sue
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  16. Ralph Dansereau

    Hi Sue,

    Just found your blog and have been reading through your posts and found this one. Personal Development is kind of new for me. The funny thing is I have been using the techniques for years and didn’t really know it…lol I have joined a fairly new network marketing company called Quanta. Have you heard of Jim Britt or Jim Lutes? All I can say is WOW.

    It’s only been a few months that I’ve been implementing their personal development techniques and I’m already seeing positive changes. They have giving me the right mindset and energy, that I use to take it to the MAX everyday with my business and my personal life.

    I have never seen the movie the secret, I’m definitely going to watch it.

    I’m going to continue checking out your blog. I likes what I see so far 🙂

    Great post 🙂

    Ralph

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Ralph

      Welcome to my blog.

      I have not heard of Quanta or the two gentlemen you mention here. One of the very good things about network marketing it that people become exposed to personal development. I love that.

      Great you are seeing positive changes so quickly and well done!

      Ah the secret is worth looking at. I liked the fact it made the idea that we can change our lives if we choose available to many people.

      Thanks for your feedback on my blog. I appreciate that. Thank you also for your comment here Ralph.

      Have a great week.

      Sue

  17. Ralph Dansereau

    Hi Sue,

    Your blog is awesome and full of value. You seem like a very kind person 🙂

    I like giving feedback on something I truly believe in so no need to thank me. But I would like to thank you for your time and for also stopping by my blog earlier to learn more about Quanta. I have replied to your kind comment and thank you again for sharing your experience with me.

    Have a great week again:)

    Ralph
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    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Ralph

      Thanks for your very kind words and I will just say what we see in others is just a reflection of something in ourselves. That does go both ways and that can often be hard to swallow.

      Thank you Ralph and have a great rest of your week.

      Sue

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Karim

      It sounds like we think very similarly on learning and growing. There is so much to learn and I find that exciting.

      Thanks for finding my blog and for your comment.

      Sue

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