Some simply just do not have the means and others, well, we like to say they are selfish. By definition both selfishness and generosity are complete opposites. Because you can't be greedy or stingy and still be able to give and care for another person. So what do we do? Congrats to those who have over come this quality but what about the majority of us who still have to think twice before giving or helping?
I feel there is a lot on my plate to create stress. Secondly, I do not agree with the results that say I avoid problems and because of that hold myself back from taking on challenges. I take on challenges whenever given the opportunity because I believe it helps me grow as a person. I also understand that you can’t succeed if you don’t take the chance and that failure is a great tool to learn from. Q- share three stress-reducers you currently use to manage stress.
People often worry about the way they appear to others and how they are being perceived, therefore, making them insecure. “The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.”(Blake Lively).Exemplifying confidence in one 's everyday lifestyle you set a standard of attitudes you will except into your life. While confidence aids you in the acceptance of your appearance, it also affects the way a person acts in front of others as a whole, for example a class presentation. Sometimes when people make simple mistakes they are completely crushed, and fear they can never come back from it. With positive self talk, it is learned and engraved that you can fail hundreds of times and continue to try harder.
The few things that are in my control are the best parts of my life. I do not believe that it is the best possible life for me because I am capable of so much more. I feel stuck at times, I want more self-improvement, fix family issues, earn higher pay, excel in school. It does not happen at times and degrades my mental state into thinking that I cannot achieve what I want. Through and through I stick to my goals and live my life to the best possible within my grasp.
Knowing my learning style and realizing my strengths and weaknesses will play a major role in my life, especially at work. I know I have a few weaknesses that make my job harder than it should be. I am a "people pleaser", therefore, it can be hard for me to discipline. At times I end up doing extra work so someone else won 't have to. I consider myself an assertive person but my compassion and empathy can get in the way.
This ability in me is somewhat challenging sometime I am fearful to try new things. I know it is important to learn different processes or programs to see if a task can be done better or more quickly just doing it on my own I always worried about the outcome. My current ability for this managerial skill is “Often Shown” but I think it show be “Occasionally Show” Attention Detail Respondent 1: 4.00 Respondent 2: 4.00 Respondent 3: 4.00 Self: 4.00 Overall: 4.00 One of my strongest ability, I take a lot of pride when it come to this ability I want everything to be perfect so I always pay attention to all details in whatever I do. This is one area in which
I got to know myself better, and it is not like I did not know already most of the things I discovered. It was just that I tended to ignore them or to underestimate their importance. While learning to be a teacher, everyone always told us, "be strong", "do not take to your heart", but
Self-Assessment Evaluation The self-assessment evaluation signifies some essential traits and strengths whereby, critical understanding of this analysis can adequately improve my capabilities and personality in management skills. However, my present results in self-awareness are unsatisfactory to me, particularly in emotional intelligence. Personally, I am sensitive to issues, but I have learned to maintain my calm (sentiments), more so, when disappointed by an individual or a situation, which may result to negative implications such as making illogical or unreasonable decisions. Nevertheless, the only positive thing with such weakness is that I always understand other people’s emotions, which means, I rarely hurt anybody, but I still end up
If left untreated, an unhealthy emotional life can throw off another dimension of wellness. I know that through using life lessons, good advice and methods from past counselors, I am doing okay for now, but deep down, there’s things in my past that need dealt with, for me. I wish to know how to “just get over” certain things, instead of dwelling on needing closure that may never be given. My environment is probably one of my strongest dimensions of wellness. I feel that my surroundings are safe.