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The Importance of Self-Empowerment The term “empowerment” refers to becoming powerful and when this term is used into a compound word, self-empowerment, this word will mean the process of prevailing oneself from everyday situations to develop the strength and confidence in order to harness one’s potentials so that one can possibly realize one’s life goals. Because most people are unaware that each person has his/her strengths and weaknesses, including a range of skills that are meant to be used and developed whenever he/she encounter situational problems, to those who see the need to make a major change in themselves, going through a self-empowerment training program will make a person reflect on his/her personal values, skills and goals and be prepared to make adjustments on his/her behavior to achieve his/her goals in life. Therefore, self-empowerment is an essential aspiration to a person who realizes that he/she has to take control of himself/herself by making positive choices and setting goals, such that to achieve these, he/she must subject himself/herself into a series of self-awareness activities that will help him/her understand his/her strengths and weaknesses, knowing his/her own limitations, and developing new skills to improve one’s confidence. Going through self-empowerment is not always an easy process because it involves making profound changes in one’s life and that the degree of change that is required differs from person to person and from the level of coping responses which a person is able to accept and develop, such that the greater the coping is effectively committed by a person, the greater transformation will happen in his/her character. For an individual who is aiming for self-empowerment to succeed in it, he/she has to learn how to cope into the following dimensions of self-empowerment and these are: self-awareness, values, skills, information, and goals. Self-awareness is having an in-depth understanding of one’s character and how he/she is likely to respond to situations and in so doing, a person can then make conscious decisions to improve his/her life when an opportunity comes, learning from his/her past experiences.
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Values are an individual’s personal beliefs and opinions that have been developed and nurtured since birth by his/her parents, such that values are a reflection of a character aspect in a person and it is essentially important to be aware of one’s values so that you are able to take positive improvements on it, as well as understand and respect the values of others.
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Skills in a person can be a natural endowment or developed through experience, practice, education, training, and they are needed by a person to achieve his/her desired goals in life and that’s why in a self-empowerment program, a person needs to recognize his/her skills to be able to realize his/her goals. A person is able to effectively develop his/her skills and self-awareness if he/she has the right amount of information, because without information, a person’s choices are limited and he/she will not be able to know how to improve his/her skills, therefore, it is up to the person to secure quality information which are accurate and helpful for him/her to develop self-empowerment. One among the objectives towards self-empowerment is setting personal goals, because without making goals in life, life has no meaning for that person and a reflection of poor self-awareness and limited information, therefore, setting personal goals provide a sense of direction and your choices help to empower you to realize your goals.