+ Overcoming negative consequences of demanding standards, never give up even though you need to pay the huge cost. If you always think “I can’t be a perfectionist, because nothing in my life is perfect.” But being a perfectionist isn’t about things being perfect; it 's about
Yet, one must be causa sui to achieve true moral responsibility. Hence, nothing is able to truly be morally responsible. Strawson 's whole purpose of writing the article is to change anyone 's mind who says that we should be responsible for the way we are and what we do as a result of the way we are. He believes we are lacking freedom and control of doing so. He argues that if we do something for a reason, that is how we are, so we must be responsible.
Since no one is perfect on earth, that the very same person can also give you an incorrect guidance. It is also important that you rely on yourself guidance. No one knows you better than you know yourself. Also take into consideration your views before you consider external guidance from others. Be willing and ready to change but not for the benefit of others but yourself.
Every step that people struggle, make determined attempts turns into success. Hard work is the key to success; therefore, only diligent people can be successful. Luck does not depend on people so they cannot control luck themselves. The best way to guarantee success is to try, make efforts without looking at its difficulties. Colin Powell claims that success has no secrets, it is just a consequence of preparation, learning from failure, and trying again and again.
Some human, system and natural factors constituting extraneous conditions have made it impossible to conduct test programs without imperfections. This brings us to the Error theory, which states that it is impossible to measure anything perfectly, be it physical quantity or psychological construct. It further states that “every measurement contains error”. The true value of measurement is never known, and the exact error present is also always unknown”. This theory also explains how errors inhibit accuracy of measurement, which forms one of the theoretical frameworks of this study.
A person has done everything right nothing wrong. “Perfectionism is a term used to describe a personality trait that involves constantly striving for perfection, maintaining high (sometimes excessive) standards, and refusing to accept anything less that
Put forth the effort to do something worthwhile. You tried in the best way you knew how. It didn't work out -- so what? Look at what you've gained”(Ryan). This quote is explaining that failure is good because at least someone didn't just sit around wondering they actually put in effort.
You’ll get a false sense of satisfaction; feeling that it’s not so bad. You will feel that you didn’t really procrastinate because some things were done after all. Look, this will be just a mere illusion!Since what you’ve done is not really relevant to achieving your goal, it
But the author 's way to connect this issue with chivalry is not good. In my opinion chivalry is a good behavior even if some companies want to nobble it in wrong way. I claim that if someone wants to use a good thing in a wrong way we have to train that person to use it correctly and clearing that thing is not a
It must be accepted as a mystery, which the individual is unable to penetrate completely by his own intelligence. The Book of Job shows that it is not true that all suffering is a consequence of a fault and has the nature of punishment. The Book of Job poses in an extremely acute way the question of why there is suffering. But it does not yet give the solution to the problem. (POPE) Job’s plight of undeserved suffering compels one to ask the age-old question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” The answer given to Job may or may not satisfy the reader.