"Take control of your consistent emotions and begin to consciously and deliberately reshape your daily experience of life."//AR
What a man can be, he must be.
Maslow describes this desire as the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.
True personality must be based upon a system of values that are consciously and volitionally chosen by the person to reflect their own individual sense of "how life ought to be" and their "personality ideal" — the ideal person they feel they "ought to be."
Without intense and painful introspection and reflection, development is unlikely.
Vroom's theory assumes that behavior results from conscious choices among alternatives whose purpose it is to maximize pleasure and minimize pain.
To achieve a flow state, a balance must be struck between the challenge of the task and the skill of the performer.
Self-actualizing persons are not ashamed or guilty about their human nature, with its shortcoming, imperfections, frailties, and weaknesses.
- creativity and innovation
- an excellent command of written English and literary skills
- good research ability
- motivation and self-discipline
- perseverance and determination
- a passion for writing and reading.