Personal Development Training launched


The Mongolian government and the Personal Development Institute have jointly launched a personal development program titled the “Art of Living-Guide to Success” program, under the auspices of the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister officiated at the launch of the program and said in his speech, “Healthy, intelligent and powerful citizens are one of Mongolia’s enduring resources. Each and every person has an innate talent or aptitude, but few achieve success using their gifts. Many of our people underestimate themselves, doubt their capacity and talents, and lead unfulfilled lives. This training course aims to teach Mongolian people effective ways to use their innate talents and potential for a better future.”

The initiator of the program, human rights lawyer, M.Ichinnorov, stated during the launch, “One area in which Mongolia has lagged behind others over the past 20 years is undoubtedly the area of personal development. The key to success of world famous people has always been in their insight to their inner potential. This training course will not just provide information, it will give participants practical training in many methods to guide them on a path to success.”

The course will run for three months and will include 17 classes. Professional instructors and leading speakers are facilitating the course, which will teach people how to discover their potential, identify the important things in life, find a path leading to their dreams, eliminate bad habits, gain confidence, lead contented lives using their innate talents, reach success, and achieve financial independence.

It is open to participants from all walks of life, including students, business persons, and civil servants. Mongolians living abroad have expressed their willingness to participate in the program.

Some 290 people have registered for the training. Training of 50 people began on February 20.

Each trainee will receive a book titled “Instructions on the art of living,” along with a calendar. This will enable the trainees to write down their aim of each day, week, month, and year, and then monitor whether those aims have been achieved.

The Prime Minister is confident that the program will contribute to the objectives of the Innovation Government, which include making the citizens of this country: “Mongolians with Jobs and Earnings,” “Educated Mongolians,” “Equitable Mongolians,” and “Healthy Mongolians.”

The fee for the three-month training course is 180,000 MNT, but will be discounted by 80 percent for the participants in the first stage.


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