Although different points of view could lead to disrupt and conflict this conflict if verbally done would, in the end, help the community come up with a fusion of the ideas to better help the need. Conflict and debate are necessary to improve yourself and ideas. It is impossible for improvement without different ideas. Marcus Aurelius said,“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” This is saying that opinions aren’t fact so they can be molded to be better.
Often they must express their fears with each other; this can be embarrassing, scary, and nerve-racking. However, when the trust is there between the members this takes the weight off of the members where they can freely express themselves in order to progress towards a positive goal. If the members began to distrust each other it must be discussed and or expressed and in the working group that happens. The members will openly express how they might feel embarrassed by showing their true feelings and other members will also express their feelings towards that moment. If their feelings
INTRODUCTION Some goals I have for this paper is for people to understand that people’s versions of things are not always going to be the what it is supposed to be and that people have opinions. Another goal is that people don’t judge this paper because it is not perfect, humans are not perfect. Lastly, my final goal for this paper is for it to be good enough for me to do more productive things. SURVEY RESULTS The basic survey results made a graph about what I am better at. They said I am better at learning new ways to do things, which I feel is true.
I want to play like him as I continue to get better and better every time I play basketball. Kobe makes the game much more enjoyable to watch because of his acrobatic shots and stunning defense. Basketball is my favorite sport of all-time. There are just endless possibilities when it comes to the thought of
It always makes me feel good knowing kids want to learn and play the sport that I love so much. I want to be able to coach basketball kids and teach them to play this wonderful sport. I had a small basketball team a couple of my basketball teammates and I coached last year when we were juniors and it was the best experience of my life. I always wanted to help and give back to the community of Honokaa. Parents have just been so pleased with what we’ve done for their kids.
Due to the constant the constant dribbling, jumping and shooting it helps train and build your muscles. As well as building muscle playing basketball also helps improve balance and coordination as doing multiple things at once are required such as jumping and shooting at the same time. Basketball also develops self-discipline and concentration as it is required to make the right decisions in a game and make good judgements that will help in winning. This is why basketball has a lot of benefits for
Playing Basketball has made me the person I am today. First of all, basketball requires discipline. Secondly, basketball is like a family away from your family. Finally, playing basketball has taught me respect. There are many things in my life that have shaped me into the young man I am, but basketball has been the most significant thing in my life.
Peer Mediators must learn how to decipher from two sides of an argument, then suggest a solution that both party's can agree to. Peer Mediators must understand skills like attentive listening. Without attentive listening the Mediator could become lost in the argument. Note taking is also a good skill for Peer Mediators to practice so they can reflect back to the problems of each
In the documentary, “Us Against The World”, it exemplifies a true story based on young adults facing racism, success, and loss. However, the teenage basketball players have to face the racism on and off the court. Each and every player in the basketball team had a difficult story to tell. They all faced diversity, the hard way. For example,
Crucial Conversations Crucial conversations build upon the foundation laid by social styles. Crucial conversations help people to better navigate tough conversations and situations to accomplish goals, while keeping everyone involved in meaningful dialogue. These conversations are necessary to prevent harmful communications that can make others in the interaction feel uncomfortable or unsafe, resulting in colleagues shutting themselves off from the flow of conversation. Those who are not familiar with having crucial conversations may initially find the conversations themselves to be uncomfortable. However, awareness of this is a necessary first step to opening up a line of communication that can lead to more productive dialogue.