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Self-Actualisation is the quest to become the best you can be. It involves deciding what you want from life and then doing what is necessary to get what you want.

You'll find that many of the articles presented here for you on this site will help you to self-actualise.

What is Self-Actualisation?
Self-actualisation is a term coined by psychologist Abraham Maslow to describe the ongoing process of fully developing your personal potential. The first thing to note about self-actualisation is that it is a process not a goal. In other words, self-actualisation is not something that you aim for: it is something that you do. The second thing to note is that self-actualisation is not restricted to high-profile, high-achieving individuals; you don't have to be famous to self-actualise. More

Unleash Your Potential With REBT
Albert Ellis began a revolution in psychology when he created Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Ellis discovered that our personal development is held back by a number of beliefs that are common in our culture. The good news is that you can accelerate your personal development by replacing those beliefs with rational alternatives. More.

The Psychology of Cricket
Sport provides all participants with the opportunity to perform at their best. I wrote this series of articles to illustrate how psychology can be used to enhance your cricketing skills, but the ideas can be used to improve your performance in any sport. More.

Achieving Self-Actualisation
This well-researched article by Dr Albert Ellis explores some of the pros and cons of self-actualisation theory. More. (Off Site)

Self-Actualisation in the News
Self actualisation has been in the news a lot recently. More. (Off Site)

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