“Positive emotion” help us in a whole range of ways; consequently, two of those ways are pushing ourselves physically to accomplish a goal and mentally by turning a threat related thoughts into positive one. Furthermore, “engagement” allows us to reach a state of flow, being in a state of flow allows us to focus mentally and improve our overall performance. Moreover, “relationships” nurture support which allow us to look at challenges as less challenging. Relationships give us the mental boost to crush our challenges physically. A sense of “meaning” helps us reach our goals by mentally and physically not giving up; therefore, allowing us to accomplish our goals because they have a sense of purpose.
They fully acknowledge the important role of adapting and adjusting new cultural setting. Accordingly, they are more willing to accept this as an joyful challenge and can give their best performance. The self-regulation is the result of cognitive and self-awareness. Because motivation for culture adaptation, one will adjust actions to suit the situation. One’s social skills and behaviors are based on self-regulation and self-awareness..
I would agree that today professionals like the idea of having options. Collaborative roles have and is becoming the norm. The scholar- practionier model seems ideal simply because it offers continued education offering more opportunities to strengthen your skills throughout your career. While both models seem to be perpendicular to each other the scholar-praticioner model seems to be more alluring because there are more fields in which one can branh out into. My reasoning for selecting this path is because under the umbrella of this model you can work with different organizations offering expertise advice when it comes to policy making, or a consultant in efforts to help make more informed decesions.
As one attempts a technique, completing the action successfully attributes positively to high competence motivation. In return, one exerts more effort into their participation. Hence, I have chosen to base my coaching manual on Harter’s Competence Motivation Theory, 1978, due to the focus on positive reinforcement afforded to athletes. ADD FROM BOOK FROM
Whether you may refer to this as a talent or a prominent aspect of my identity, my desire to progress and embrace change has had an significant impact on my being. The very notion of experiencing something new and progressing at it keeps my passion and drive aflame. Concurrently, I have come to the realization that our society is great not solely due to the emotional bond between its members but also to the collective development of intellect. As soon as I perceived this concept, it was as if everything around me had been thrown into a new light. Therefore, with this new mindset of developing and progressing through intelligence, I have devoted my life for the betterment of myself and my society.
In an article, “Scientific Evidence Points to The Importance of Positive Thinking” by Lynne Malcolm quotes the lead researcher of the study on the benefits of positivity Barbara Fredrickson. Fredrickson states that, “What seems to be unique about positive emotions is that they expand our awareness so that at the moment that we are experiencing positive emotions… our peripheral vision expands, our ability to take in more of our surroundings and connect the dots and see the big picture is facilitated... so that having more moments of that open mindset help us connect with others and build our relationships, it helps us build our resilience, it helps us build our physical health because we become more energetic.” This study expands on the concept that positivity can aid the body physically and exponentially accelerate the process of progressing towards our goals while keeping us moving forward. Being able to expand our state of awareness, connect experiences to see what we have been missing, and to gain a boost to our physical being is an enhancement we could use to advance exponentially.
it is also a clear and concise statement of Dewey's basic criteria of experience. He uses continuity and interaction to describe the latitudinal and longitudinal aspects of experience (EE, 42). Continuity describes the aspects of experience as they relate to the individual. An appropriate experience modifies the person who has the experience, and the quality of subsequent experiences.
A parallel triad has the effect of making ideas more clear “...Attention, diligence, and steady application”(Line 25). This particular triad has the effect of rephrasing the words to create a more concise statement. “...but add justice, fortitude, and every manly virtue…” (Line 59). This instance of parallel triad, it strengthens the mood and creates a more powerful and encouraging.
When someone is guided in their literacy development and they are impacted in a positive way, they often can become more successful in the field of literacy, which can lead you to a successful life with good social standings, understandings, and power. When someone has what literacy scholar Deborah Brandt calls a “literacy sponsor” they will tend to become more successful in their experiences with literacy. Sponsors of literacy, according to Brandt, are beneficial because they are well educated, have experience in the field of literacy, and are willing to help others improve and let them into the world of literacy. Specifically, Brandt states in her scholarly article “Sponsors of Literacy” that “Literacy as a resource becomes available to ordinary
If the reader is possibly in the same type of situation it can possibly inspire in them the need to improve their current situation and see that if one is will to work hard that goals are attainable no matter what the obstacle is. If we would be able to combine the passion that Gatto clearly exhibited once with the inspiration that is almost palatable in Rose’s essay into one person, then my friend we would have a very powerful
Learning and success Many people ask what leads to success? Is it good IQ scores that lead to intelligence and success or is it some brain surgery that makes people intelligent and successful? Some people think that it is IQ scores lead to success, others think that people stay the same way forever so they can not grow their intelligence and they can not be successful. Turns out, it is none of them, what leads to intelligence and success is practice, effort and failure.