If you’re working in a large company, or you’re in a profession such as law or finance, the term ‘Personal and Professional Development’ (PPD) may be very familiar to you. However, this is not just corporate jargon. Everybody can benefit from personal and professional development at some point in their lives. Unless you are obligated in some way, usually, the need arises when something is lacking in your life. This could be a feeling of unfulfillment, a lack of meaning or a sense of purpose. You may not be leading the lifestyle you desire. You could be trapped in a relationship or stuck in a job that does not give you the rewards that you once hoped it would. However, sadly, most people are often unaware of the benefits of PPD and continue to lead lacklustre lives.
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