Talking about self-empowerment, the concept is slightly complicated, because it is easy to attribute many meanings to this term, such as motivation, energy, positivity or others, relating to the world of self-determination, self-motivation, self-something else…
This definition places the self-empowerment approach within the broader thinking of positive psychology that studies the processes by which people aspire to success, well-being and their own happiness.
The professional use of self-empowerment tools, on the other hand, allows us a much more specific and precise definition: having self-empowerment means having a solid and lasting feeling of the protagonist in one’s personal and professional life, regardless of the conditions and any external difficulties.
The feeling of being the protagonist however is not enough. It needs to be based on a real ability to build ideas and conditions for the true protagonist to generate conditions that are challenging not only for one’s self, but also for one’s own circumstances and contacts.