All children are born with a direct connection to the shutter buttons of all the photo cameras in the world: as soon as you release the shutter, the child moves.
Very rarely, this connection malfunctions — that’s when you actually get a good picture.
It’s so damn personal!
However stupefying this may seem, in light of all recent technological advances, personal development remains so darned personal.
Self betterment is still so much about the actual “self”. “Personal” and “self” continue to be the keywords here. Who’d have thought that with all this technology we’d still have to take personal development personally? Shameful.
There are over
seventy seven hundred million results for “personal development” in Google search, and over forty three hundred for “self development”. People obviously have an need to discuss it, mainly teaching it to others. Which is utterly absurd, to put it mildly.