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The Personal Efficiency Course was one of the most practical and enjoyable courses that I’ve taken so far. The course offers not only useful instruction on how to approach organization and carrying out routine household and work duties, but also intriguingly (for me, at least) delves into the Scientology religious concept of being and operating as a Thetan in every unit.
Some of the practical points I learned were:
How to determine what is important and what to tackle first when facing several tasks at
Why projects are left unfinished or abandoned altogether
Why I procrastinate
How to set goals
What causes misunderstandings and arguments between co-workers
What competence is
How misunderstood words prevent communication
How investigate the reason attempted tasks fail or why individuals don’t do their work
Qualities of an effective organization
How to approach learning a new subject or job
The importance of confrontation
How best to contribute to work of a group
How to avoid failure and achieve success
How to gain confidence in a subject
What a professional is
Proper steps to rectify a failed situation
Some of the Religious concepts I enjoyed studying were:
The definition of an OT- Operating Thetan
The gradient scale of being an OT
Target attainment as an OT
The exploration of what Happiness really consists of
Cycles of Action (both a practical and religious subject)
Being at Cause
The supreme test of a Thetan
How a Thatan’s power is measured
What causes destruction?
What are good control and bad control?
What causes war?
What makes up good art?
and KRC (Knowledge, Responsibility, and Control)
I’d highly recommend this course if one is struggling with organization and setting or attaining goals as well as desiring more knowledge about Scientology concepts in depth. It was also a lot of fun! - CK