Personal Development Plan: Get Your Career on Track

our future depends on the decisions you make now. It sounds like a lot of pressure but with a Personal Development Plan, it doesn’t have to be.

Personal development means upgrading your skills, learning new ones and expanding your knowledge base in your field.

Why stop learning and developing your skills after you’re hired? Harold L. Taylor’s How to Excel Through Self-Development will teach you the skills you need to take charge of your career and your life.

Taylor will also talk you through coping with stress, memorising information, managing time and goal-setting. Taking charge of your career means examining your strengths and weaknesses, setting personal and career goals, building a personal development plan and then actually putting that plan into action.

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