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The self-help process also requires you to conduct most if not all of improving processes alone. It will normally take much longer to accomplish objectives using self-help process than it will if you use any of other people supported improvement processes listed above. Using self-help process normally results in incompletion.
It's no wonder that so many people do not finish self-help process to achieve their original goals. It has been reported that average person reads only 16 pages of a self-help book. The what, why and how are undoubtedly all provided for practically any subject, but actual execution without help of other people is much more difficult than it appears. It's apparent that people need other people to actually grow and improve as individuals.
Spiritual people focus on helping you to relate to another force or higher power outside yourself. They help you discover and follow a known or even new belief system of values to guide you in your moral and or spiritual actions. Usually, spiritual leaders are considered experts. They focus exclusively on you improving as a person within structure of spiritual beliefs followed. Priests, rabbis, pastors, or mullahs are considered spiritual leaders.
Teachers focus on providing you information, data or concepts. Teachers are experts in their field. You are responsible for absorbing information provided, so you will become more knowledgeable. Teachers also do not necessarily focus on improving you as a person. Teachers will not do learning for you.
Therapists focus on helping you overcome past problems that impede your ability to function in a normal day-to-day manner. Therapists direct you to revisit past events to discover and resolve conflicting issues that have burdened you. Therapists are experts in their field. Therapists direct their sole attention on you to resolve internal conflicts that will affect your personal improvement. A typical conflict therapists will help clients resolve is overcoming past mistreatment by their parents.
Trainers focus on teaching you how to perform something. Trainers are experts in their fields and teach you various processes, methods and/or skills, to do something in a predetermined manner. Trainers do not necessarily focus on you improving as a person. Trainers instruct you on what to do and how to do it. You might use a trainer to learn how to operate a particular computer program, operate an airplane, or hit a golf ball.
The Key to Human Improvement Success
The key is to pick human improvement process that best fits your desired outcome and your situation. When you match right improvement process with right objectives, you will be surprised at how quickly and effectively you will achieve improvement desired. People who use other people to improve, under right circumstances, will improve themselves and their lives much easier and quicker than those who attempt to do it on their own.
Life is a journey and when you want to improve yourself, you will want to pick right person who is performing right improvement process to meet your objectives.
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