Is there no limit to perfection?
Do you often read books?
Do you enjoy studying?
Do you currently attend any courses?
Are you trying to develop in different directions?
Is development itself only about the exact sciences?
Do you often attend various online courses, seminars, master classes, webinars, intensives?
Do you often play sports/physical activity?
Do you often take tests to determine the level of your knowledge?
Are you trying to learn from your mistakes?
Are you engaged in spiritual self-development?
Are you ashamed if you don't know something?
If the topic that you study is very difficult, is it easier for you to quit studying it?
In a company, are you interested in listening only to yourself?
Are you looking for a promotion?
Do you often turn to knowledgeable people for advice?
Do you often analyze your successes and failures?
Are you looking for feedback from colleagues or friends to conduct a self-assessment?
Is practice makes perfect?
Do you use different research methods and not just the most understandable for you?
Do you often solve logic puzzles to train your mind?
Do you often visit theaters or museums?
Are you familiar with the concept of "soft skills"?
Are you trying to develop a high level of "soft skills"?
Is the knowledge gained at the university enough for a successful career?
Do you write articles, scientific publications, blog columns on topics that interest you?
Do you often try new things?
Do you read not only simple literature, but also complex?
Can an intelligent person like silly comedies?
Do you consider yourself capable of self-development?
Do you read, listen to and watch foreign language content (podcasts, movies, articles)?