Actualization (noun)

  1. Actualization refers to the process of making something real or tangible, or the realization of a plan, idea, or potential.
  2. In psychology, actualization refers to the drive or need to achieve one's full potential, especially in terms of personal growth and self-fulfillment.

Origin:

Actualization is derived from the latin word "actualis" meaning actual or existing and the suffix "-ation" meaning the act or process of.

Examples:

  1. The actualization of his dream took many years and a lot of hard work.
  2. Her ambition was the actualization of her potential.
  3. The actualization of the project was a great accomplishment for the team.
  4. His lifelong goal was the actualization of his true potential.
  5. The actualization of the company's vision resulted in great success.
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