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For centuries, the world’s most driven people have asked the same exact question: Where can I find the answers I need to achieve the success I seek and realize the money and rewarding relationships I want?
Most chased one resource after another, eventually settling for mediocrity. Little did they know their answers were staring back at them in the mirror. Because most people are inherently born with greatness inside — they just have to learn precisely how to tap their natural ability and harness its power. That’s precisely the moment your life shifts from ordinary to extraordinary. That is why we offer you the “3 Stages of Mastery.”
The Three Stages of Mastery
Enlightenment + Empowerment = Mastery
Discovery + Activity = Results
Stage #1: Enlightenment is Discovery and Learning
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery refers to individual human development through methods, programs, tools, techniques, and assessment systems. Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery includes the following activities:
- Improving self-awareness
- Improving self-knowledge
- Building or renewing identify/self esteem
- Developing strengths or talents
- Improving wealth
- Spiritual development
- Identifying or improving potential
- Building employability or human capital
- Enhancing lifestyle or the quality of life
- Improving health
- Fulfilling aspirations
- Initiating a life enterprise or personal autonomy
- Defining and executing personal development plan
- Improving relationships and social abilities
- And much more
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery includes activities that improve your awareness and identity, develop your talents and potential, build your human capital and facilitates your employability. It enhances the quality of your life and contributes to the realization of your dreams and aspirations.
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery is not limited to self-help but includes formal and informal activities for developing others in roles such as a life coach or mentor or teacher, guide, counselor, manager. Beyond improving yourself and developing others, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery is a field of practice and research.
- As a field of practice it includes methods, learning programs, assessment systems, tools and techniques.
- As a field of research, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery topics increasingly appear in scientific journals, higher education reviews, management journals and business books.
In the case of personal enlightenment, an individual often functions as the primary judge of improvement, but validation of objective improvement requires assessment using standard criteria. Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery may include goals or benchmarks that define the results or end-points, strategies or plans for reaching goals, measurement and assessment of progress, levels or stages that define milestones along a development path, and a feedback system to provide information on changes.
Origins of Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery
Major religions – such as the Abrahamic and Indian religions – as well as New Age philosophies have used practices such as prayer, music, dance, singing, chanting, poetry, writing, sports and martial arts. These practices have various functions, such as health or aesthetic satisfaction, but they may also linkto “final goals” of personal development such as discovering the meaning of life or living the good life.
Michel Foucault describes in Care of the Self the techniques of epimelia used in ancient Greece and Rome, which included dieting, exercise, sexual abstinence, contemplation, prayer and confession — some of which also became important practices within different branches of Christianity.
In yoga, a discipline originating in India, possibly over 3000 years ago, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery techniques include meditation, rhythmic breathing, stretching and postures. Wushu and T’ai chi ch’uan utilize traditional Chinese techniques, including breathing and energy exercises, meditation, martial arts, as well as practices linked to traditional Chinese medicine, such as dieting, massage and acupuncture.
In Islam, which arose almost 1500 years ago in the Middle East, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery techniques include ritual prayer, recitation of the Qur’an, pilgrimage, fasting and tazkiyah (purification of the soul).
Two individual ancient philosophersstand out as major sourcesof what has become personal development in the 21st century, representing a Western tradition and an East Asian tradition. Elsewhere anonymous founders of schools of self-development appear endemic – note the traditions of the Indian sub-continent in this regard.
Aristotle and the Western tradition
The Greek philosopher Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) influenced theoriesof Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery in the West. In his Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle defined Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery as a category of practical wisdom, where the practice of virtues (arête) leads to eudaimonia, commonly translated as “happiness” but more accurately understood as “human flourishing” or “living well”. Aristotle continues to influence the Western concept of personal development to this day, particularly in the economics of human development and in positive psychology.
Confucius and the East Asian tradition
In Chinese tradition, Confucius (around 551 BC – 479 BC) founded an ongoing philosophy. His ideas continue to influence family values, education and management in China and East Asia. In his Great Learning Confucius wrote:
The ancients who wished to illustrate illustrious virtue throughout the kingdom, first ordered well their own states. Wishing to order well their states, they first regulated their families. Wishing to regulate their families, they first cultivated their persons. Wishing to cultivate their persons, they first rectified their hearts. Wishing to rectify their hearts, they first sought to be sincere in their thoughts. Wishing to be sincere in their thoughts, they first extended to the utmost their knowledge. Such extension of knowledge lay in the investigation of things.
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and Psychology
Adler refused to limit psychology to analysis, making the important point that aspirations look forward and do not limit themselves to unconscious drives or to childhood experiences. He also originated the concepts of lifestyle (1929 — he defined “lifestyle” as an individual’s characteristic approach to life, in facing problems) and of self imagea concept that influenced management under the heading of work-life balance
Daniel Levinson (1920–1994) developed Jung’s early concept of “life stages” and included a sociological perspective. Levinson proposed that Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery come under the influence — throughout life — of aspirations, which he called “the Dream”:
Whatever the nature of his Dream, a young man has the developmental task of giving it greater definition and finding ways to live it out. It makes a great difference in his growth whether his initial life structure is consonant with and infused by the Dream, or opposed to it. If the Dream remains unconnected to his life it may simply die, and with it his sense of aliveness and purpose.
Levinson’s model of seven life-stages has been considerably modifieddue to sociological changesin the lifecycle.
Research on success in reaching goals, as undertaken by Albert Bandura (born 1925), suggested that self-efficacy best explains why people with the same level of knowledge and skills get very different results.
According to Bandura self-confidence functions as a powerful predictor of success because:
- It makes you expect to succeed
- It allows you take risks and set challenging goals
- It helps you keep trying if at first you don’t succeed
- It helps you control emotions and fears when the going gets rough
We have discovered that there is a set of human strengths that are the most likely buffers against mental illness: courage, optimism, interpersonal skill, work ethic, hope, honesty and perseverance. Much of the task of prevention will be to create a science of human strength whose mission will be to foster these virtues in young people.
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery in Higher Education
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development has been at the heart of education in the Westin the form of the Greek philosophersand in the Eastwith Confucius. Some peopleemphasize Enlightenment as a part of higher education. Wilhelm von Humboldt, who founded the University of Berlin (since 1949: Humboldt University of Berlin) in 1810, made a statement interpretableas referring to Enlightenment: … if there is one thing more than another which absolutely requires free activity on the part of the individual, it is precisely education, whose object it is to develop the individual.
During the 1960s a large increase in the number of students on American campuses led to research on the Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development needs of undergraduate students. Arthur Chickering defined seven vectors of Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development for young adults during their undergraduate years:
- Developing competence
- Managing emotions
- Achieving autonomy and interdependence
- Developing mature interpersonal relationships
- Establishing Identity
- Developing Purpose
- Developing Integrity
In the UK, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development took a central place in university policyin 1997 when the Dearing Report declared that universities should go beyond academic teaching to provide students with Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery. In 2001 a Quality Assessment Agency for UK universities produced guidelines for universities to enhance Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development as:
* a structured and supported process undertaken by an individual to reflect upon their own learning, performance and / or achievement and to plan for their personal, educational and career development;
* objectives related explicitly to student development; to improve the capacity of students to understand what and how they are learning, and to review, plan and take responsibility for their own learning
In the 1990s, business schools began to set up specific Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal-development programs for leadership and career orientation and in 1998 the European Foundation for Management Development set up the Equis accreditation systemwhich specified that Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development must form part of the learning process through internships, working on team projects and going abroad for work or exchange programs.
The first personal development certification required for business school graduation originated in 2002 as a partnership between Metizo, a personal-development consulting firm, and the Euromed Management Schoolin Marseilles: students must not only complete assignments but also demonstrate self-awareness and achievement of Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal-development competencies.
As an academic department personal development has becomea specific discipline, usually associated with business schools. As an area of research, personal development draws on links to other academic disciplines:
- education for questions of learning and assessment
- psychology for motivation and personality
- sociology for identity and social networks
- economics for human capital and economic value
- philosophy for ethics and self-reflection
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery in the Workplace
Abraham Maslow (1908–1970), proposed a hierarchy of needs with self actualization at the top, defined as: … the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.
Since Maslow himself believed that only a small minority of people self-actualize — he estimated one percent — his hierarchy of needs had the consequence that organizations came to regard self-actualization or personal development as occurring at the top of the organizational pyramid, while job security and good working conditions would fulfill the needs of the mass of employees.
As organizations and labor markets became more global, responsibility for development shifted from the company to the individual. In 1999 management thinker Peter Drucker wrote in the Harvard Business Review:
We live in an age of unprecedented opportunity: if you’ve got ambition and smarts, you can rise to the top of your chosen profession, regardless of where you started out. But with opportunity comes responsibility. Companies today aren’t managing their employees’ careers; knowledge workers must, effectively, be their own chief executive officers. It’s up to you to carve out your place, to know when to change course, and to keep yourself engaged and productive during a work life that may span some 50 years.
Management professors Sumantra Ghoshal of the London Business School and Christopher Bartlett of the Harvard Business School wrote in 1997 that companies must manage people individually and establish a new work contract. On the one hand the company must allegedly recognize that Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development creates economic value: “market performance flows not from the omnipotent wisdom of top managers but from the initiative, creativity and skills of all employees”.
On the other hand, employees should recognize that their work includes Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development and “… embrace the invigorating force of continuous learning and personal development”.
The 1997 publication of Ghoshal’s and Bartlett’s Individualized Corporation corresponded to a change in career development from a system of predefined paths defined by companies, to a strategy defined by the individual and matched to the needs of organizations in an open landscape of possibilities. Another contribution to the study of career development came with the recognition that women’s careers show specific personal needs and different development paths from men.
The 2007 study of women’s careers by Sylvia Ann Hewlett Off-Ramps and On-Ramp had a major impact on the way companies view careers. Further work on the career as a personal development process came from study by Herminia Ibarra in her Working Identity on the relationship with career change and identity change, indicating that priorities of work and lifestyle continually develop through life.
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development programs in companies fall into two categories: the provision of employee benefits and the fostering of development strategies.
Employee benefits have the purpose of improving satisfaction, motivation and loyalty. Employee surveys may help organizations find out personal-development needs, preferences and problems, and they use the results to design benefits programs. Typical programs in this category include:
Many such programs resemble programs that some employees might conceivably pay for themselves outside work: sports, martial arts, money-management, positive psychology, NLP, etc.
As an investment, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development programs have the goal of increasing human capital or improving productivity, innovation or quality. Proponents actually see such programs not as a cost but as an investment with results linked to an organization’s strategic development goals.
Employees gain access to these investment-oriented programs by selection according to the value and future potential of the employee, usually defined in a talent management architecture including populations such as new hires, perceived high-potential employees, perceived key employees, sales staff, research staff and perceived future leaders. Organizations may also offer other (non-investment-oriented) programs to many or even all employees.
Our Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery programsfocus on career-development, personal effectiveness, teamwork, and competency-development. Our Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and Personal development programs also forms an element in management tools such as personal development planning, assessing one’s level of ability using a competency grid, or getting feedback by colleagues at different levels in the organization.
And Personal Development Planning
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development planning is the process of creating an action plan based on awareness, values, reflection, goal-setting and planning for personal development within the context of a career, education, relationship or for self-improvement.
The PDP (personal development plan), also called an IDP (individual development plan) or PEP (personal enterprise plan), usually includes a statement of one’s aspirations, strengths or competencies, education and training, and stages or steps to indicate how the plan is to be realized. Personal development plans may also include a statement of one’s career and lifestyle priorities, career positioning, analysis of opportunities and risks, and alternative plans (Plan B), and a curriculum vitae.
In higher education, Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal development plans typically include a portfolio containing evidence of the skills gathered over a particular timeframe. It is presumed in education that undertaking PDP will assist in creating self-directed independent learners who are more likely to progress to higher levels of academic attainment. It is also used in Human resource management.
Enlightenment-Empowerment Mastery and personal developments plans are often a requirement for employee CVs. Employees who are participating in business training are often asked to complete an Enlightenment and personal development plan. A five year Enlightenment and personal development plan are developed by an individual to organize their personal goals and make them achievable within a certain time period.
Stage #2: Empowerment is Directed Activity-Coaching!
Engaging in the Empowerment and Enlightenment Mastery allows you to experience the power of:
- Having a Vision
- Having a Life Purpose
- Trusting and Honoring Yourself
- Self-Empowerment Mastery
- Creating a Personal Development Plan
- Recognizing Limiting Beliefs
- Embracing Challenges and Uncertainty
- Recognizing Opportunities
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Stage #3: Mastery is Enlighten and Empowered Results
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- Attract incredible opportunities and wealth by developing a positive mental attitude
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By simply listening to, reading and applying the proven ideas and techniques offered in Enlightenment and Empowerment Mastery, you will master the very Success Principles that enable you to improve every facet of your life, business or finances.
Once there, you will be following in the footsteps of great leaders who have also used Enlightenment and Empowerment Mastery principles to influence the world. Inventors such as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell. Pioneers like Christopher Columbus and Bill Gates. Leaders such as Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi and thousands of others.
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