Persönliche Entwicklung

Personality

Personal development – take responsibility for yourself!

The following quote comes from Nelson Mandela: “It is what we make out of what we have been given, not what we are given, that separates one person from another.” Taking this statement seriously means accepting full responsibility for our own lives.

It’s not the difficult conditions, the annoying job, the irritating colleagues and bosses, the bad weather or not winning the lottery that rule our lives. The most important thing is how we deal with who we are and what we have. A key step on the way to that realisation is not only to know what one’s own abilities are, but also to appreciate them. And to accept things that cannot be changed. We would be happy to support you in this process – with the help of the material listed below or in personal counselling.

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