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Create your own Personal Development Plan with Syft

  • Hannah Rafter
  • 17th June 2020

As part of our Personal Development Series, we hosted a 1-hour webinar centered around creating your own personal development plan. Thank you to the lovely Carl Williams for speaking and to all 341 of you for attending, it was quite the turnout.

Carl discussed what a personal development plan is and what they are used for. He also explored what type of thinker you might be and shared how to set achievable personal development goals.

Carl has been teaching personal development practices for 2 years and has researched holistic methods to better understand ways in which people can become engaged with personal goal setting.

If you weren’t able to join, fear not! We have uploaded the webinar for you all to enjoy at your own leisure.

Carl Williams Personal Development Book Recommendations 

During the session, Carl recommended the following books which are perfect for those who want to explore the topic a little more with some extra reading. Please see below:

1. Drive (The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us) by Daniel H.Pink
2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
3. Our Iceberg is Melting by John Kotter
4. The Social Animal by David Brooks
5. Who Moved My Cheese By Dr. Spencer Johnson

As promised, we have also attached a few Personal Development Plan templates for you to download and use or amend to suit your own style and needs.

Download your own plan here

What webinar would you like to see next? Email us: community@syftapp.com

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