g Mark Zuckerburg and take them as role models so that they may be able to follow their footsteps, in which such successful people created their successful careers.Individuals can also learn with the help of Internet. They can read different articles and blogs written by different authors which may increase their knowledge in risk management, stress management, strategic management etc. Individuals can use such information in their professional lives. Different sites on Internet are meant to help people in learning different techniques and strategies. Such sites guide and help people in a more positive and result oriented way.Lifelong learning refers to personal learning which ends with the death of a person. Such a kind of personal learning also adds up to the professional growth of an individual. Lifelong learning leads to personal assessment which in turn makes it possible for a person to evaluate his/her strengths, weaknesses, opportunities etc (SWOT Analysis). My strengths include; learning efficiency, passionate about learning, ambitious, cooperative etc and one of my weaknesses is that I become stressed very quickly and then I try to cope with it by taking some nap, getting involved in some workouts that are helpful in releasing stress.After the evaluation of my SWOT Analysis, I will try to use other tools and techniques which include continuing professional development (CPD) and self reflective learning so that I may be able to enhance my professional learning. Self reflecting learning refers to the review of your opinions, judgments and actions which you are going to take in a particular way. This will lead to the betterment in my professional. Personal and Professional Development.
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