In may ways, some of my greatest strengths are my greatest weaknesses. I struggle with delegation, I do too much care taking of feelings and may not delegate sufficiently or push hard enough for results. Most importantly, I dislike disappointing others and I agree to do too much. This leaves me over tasked, and I am not sufficiently organized to manage it well because I struggle to delegate.
I had no idea that being socially isolated may lead to poor health. However, the idea of being surrounded by love is a awesome feeling. Stress can be self made, some beyond your control. The goal for me is a changing life style, being a healthy me.
“Life has a funny way of working out just when you start to believe it never will.” This is a quote I found on Pinterest, but I’ve already experienced this feeling. The bad things that happen do get better; even if it takes time, I know it because I thought it wouldn’t but it did. My experience with bad times made me feel extremely bad, but I have people in my life that have given me their help to become a stronger person.
Risk taking is not for everyone. Especially not for me. Taking a risk is definitely a challenge for me. It made me realise that thinking twice about a decision will be a better outcome for me. In conclusion, the risks I have taken and the results I got I decided that in my life I wanna limit the risks I take to reduce having negative
When I get my mind on some worrisome possibility, I tend to latch on, not letting go, ignoring common logic and reason, until I have received definitive evidence to debunk my concern. Throughout my life, my anxiety disorder has been a burden on my mental state and happiness, yet at the same time a blessing upon my focus and academic achievement. I’ve worked hard, and continue to work hard, to manage my anxiety and live a happier life
There’s always going to be that one person who won’t get along with you or will always upset you. I’ve noticed it’s the people who are not mentally or physically healthy and well are the ones that are nicer and raised the right way---with manners. They seem to cherish their life and look at the positives more than I do, but not anymore, from that moment my life style has changed. I have a new point of view for seeing things. I want to have a strong effect on people like Charlie had on me.
I worried I wouldn't be able to control them or that they wouldn't respect me. What I learned as we went throughout the season together, is that the most important aspect of leadership isn't them respecting me, it is me respecting them. I learned to appreciate each team member for their contributions to our team, and because of this was more able to deal with problems involving each of them, and we all became closer because of it. In addition to being shy by nature, I am also not a very happy person.
Epiphanies are valuable for provide new insight into life however, as Thoreau explains in the final chapter, without action and risk to change, you will never truly be happy nor will you be fulfilled. I found this to be true this semester as I navigate through the multitude of ways I identify myself and the ability to express each of them in everyday life. To live honestly, it is necessary that I express all these identities and dare to be different. Though this epiphany came to me later in my life and has been a struggle to fully comprehend, it has changed the way I feel internally. I am more confident, kinder to myself and suddenly hyperaware of the issues facing the LGBTQ
This applies to my life because when I am feeling down about a certain situation I tend to be more pessimistic rather than optimistic side of things. I don’t usually consider how changing my viewpoint could turn the whole situation around. A saying I have heard about this is, “When God closes a door, He opens a window.” I can apply this in my life when I don’t do well on a test or am feeling bad for myself. If I can look on the brighter side of things I will be a lot happier and I won’t worry so much.
C.S. Lewis once said “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it 's thinking of yourself less.” This to me means humility is not thinking of yourself as much rather than feeling worse than yourself. Sometimes when I feel humility because I’m unable to do what others do I can’t help but feel very bad about myself. Normally, my pride and ego are damaged for weeks on end.
However, I do feel that he leans too heavily on sadness
Junior being born on the Reservation has always been poor and put down by others. He has had a horrible life with pain coming from a new direction each day but has coped with it that is why he is still alive today to write this book. Although he may or may not admit it, the ways he coped with his life were not great after all. When faced with a
Sadly I can’t go back and manipulate things to the way I wished them to happen, but what I can do change the future. Although, I know that I will make more mistakes and have some bad days, as long as, I let those things go, I know I will be the best I can be so I can help the team to the best of my ability. I try not to regret the things that have happened to me in my life, whether it is making a bad choice, saying the wrong thing, not doing something I should have done, or something that happened to me. These things have given me the knowledge I have today. I learn and grow with each choice I make.
In my experiences thought I see some who have taken extreme measures to live and what in my own opinion is that some are just existing not living at all. Do not get me wrong it is hard to accept the decision of a loved one, but respecting them should be easier then fighting and watch them deteriorate to nothing they used to