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self-help

(sĕlf′hĕlp″)
Action taken by a person to improve his or her life educationally, emotionally, financially, interpersonally, or socially.
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Interscholastic sports generally create a positive academic ambiance to go along with the personal development.
The continuum will populate the Personal Development Vector of the 5 Vector Model and will feature Navy-required financial learning events, as well as advanced courses to be delivered through Navy eLearning, and available on Navy Knowledge Online (NKO).
She quit her job, re-mortgaged her house and spent pounds 18,000 on personal development courses around the world.
Had they looked around at how the natives live, they could have had all the personal development they wanted.
To be negative means to have expected outcomes that are in opposition to the rules and laws of the land, and which is always in strong opposition to the personal development and success of each and every individual.
The emphasis on recognizing and choosing between these goods and evils has its roots in John Paul II's own personal development.
For so many kids, the YMCA is a home away from home, fostering learning and personal development.
Making Mary a model for all other women, Sister said, blocks the personal development of women.
Take risks with personal development, acknowledging both strengths and weaknesses; build on strengths and correct weaknesses.
The study found that across the country youth with and without disabilities make significant growth in their outdoor skills and personal development (e.
Three years ago, a group of people around the UK met to discuss the role of creative writing in health, healing and personal development.
specific disability information, job upskilling, and personal development.

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