Before the behavior modification, I would produce some art, but not consistently. However, discovering the great benefits art productivity can do to one’s mental health motivated me to integrate this change into my daily routine. My goal was to reduce the amount of stress in my daily life. At first, I just wanted to draw impulsively without preparing a routine because I wanted to produce artwork rapidly to reduce my stress, but it was not as easy as I believed. In the beginning, it was challenging for me to produce any artwork that I felt satisfied with.
The lack of money is an issue many people face everyday and creates the perception that without it we wouldn’t have our lives the way we would like them to be. Money is a source of reliability, it connects us to others and ourselves. A lack of money implies our failure in ourselves, therefore we search for it as a sufficient answer implying our triumph. Consequently, our dependence on money is the frequent way of reassuring everyone and ourselves that we are in perfect state both in our physical life and mental
Focus 2 Assignment – Reflection Upon completing the Focus 2 career assessment program, I am quite impressed at the quality of information it presents. It allowed me to not only look at careers that would fit my personality, but also those that take into consideration the fields I am already interested in. Also, as with any form of self-assessment, there were strengths and weaknesses that I did not expect based on how I feel I live my life currently. Beginning chronologically, the program had me complete two subjective, current measures of my professional career. Specifically, the Career Planning Readiness results were some I found a bit embarrassing, given I really have not done a lot to investigate the career I foresee as much as I should.
I failed to be a starter, and that was clear to me. It was everything I worked for, all the work felt like it was for nothing. Instead of giving up, I decided to use this to fuel me into becoming an even better player. It helped me with being better with my attitude, work ethic, habits, and self-motivation. I couldn’t let this make me sad, I had to stay mentally tough, keep a positive attitude, if I wanted to succeed.
She was great and really helped me become more organized. I am not going to say that my shift reports are smooth sailing from now on, I still have a lot of improvement. My brain is always so disorganized so it is going to be awhile before I can do this in a systematic way. My plan for improvement is to keep practicing with my peers on shift reports. I am also lacking confidence in myself, so I need to improve on this.
You see, this fear woke me up to responsibility not many teenagers face these days. My fear drove me to become excellent at the task I am paid for. It has made me a better lifeguard because I knew failing in this setting was not tolerable, but it has also made me a better person. I take the approach I use for my job to school and sports and have seen great results. As the doubt in myself drifts away it is replaced by a humble confidence that is recognizable in all that I do.
Similar to adversity, success is much easier to manage with the support of a team. Individual success can lead a person to be conceited, but teammates serve as a barrier to help you walk the line between confidence and arrogance. Learning how to be confident in yourself without crossing the line into arrogance is a tremendously large part of learning to deal with success. Athletics have also taught me that satisfaction can lead to complacency and complacency leads to failure. I have learned how to celebrate a success while recognizing and remaining critical of my own mistakes.
Technopreneur’s intelligence can be seen by the way he/she think, the way he/she moves, and most importantly the self-assurance to improve and establish his/her business. We all experience success and failure in this real world. It was once said by some author, “A little more persistence, a little more effort, and what seemed hopeless failure may turn to glorious success”. I totally agree to this statement because one should be patient enough, firm and hard working to achieve success in life. Sometimes before achieving success, we do experience failure and this failure reminds us to be more hardworking as said by Harvey Mackay “I’ve known entrepreneurs who were not great salespeople, or didn 't know how to code, or were not particularly charismatic leaders.
Somewhere I can relate to this question very well because ‘sometime’ I feel in the same way, there are certain things that we cannot rid of completely such as feeling lazy or unmotivated, but, of course, we can always choose to make a difference. There are some ways that I applied to get motivated in my life. I hope it will work for you also. Don’t Compare Yourself With Others: Stop being, comparing yourself all the time, like who is best in your niche, you cannot become like them in one day or one month, it takes time and a lot of hard work. They reached that spot by their hard work, patient and spending those days, which you’re spending now.
My staff do not take advantage and they typically put more time back in and are highly productive. This shows life balance within the department and earns me my staff’s respect. • I try to provide my team with opportunities to cross train and get involved with special projects. I actually just had
(Albom 103)¨ I agree with Morrie every emotion people go through doesn´t last and we have to learn how to detach so we can live our lives happy and how we want to. One time my parents were going through stuff which lead into them getting separated most of the time that would affect me. But then I got over it because life goes on and you have to enjoy the time you have with the people you love. By me doing this I realized I threw myself into different emotions that would benefit me and I changed my life. Another lesson that Morrie
I was able to increase the benefit of task management but still struggled to maintain the efficiency that comes along with that due to losing a case manager and taking on the entire case load myself. Understanding different perspectives has always come easy to me, however, learning to quite myself when my integrity is challenged because of someone else’s perspective was a definite challenge to me. I felt that the objective of learning what effective leadership can accomplish was the one that was successful. After shadowing Barb, I learned effective communication techniques, how to inspire the staff with vision and drive and how to have integrity in the midst of turmoil. Applying this practicum to becoming a baccalaureate-prepared nurse will come in time.
I think the hardest part of working on big projects was delegating; I am often worried that if I don’t complete something myself it will not get done. I have learned through experience that the best leader that people want to help is one that assists in all tasks that need to be completed in a project but one that also steps back and lets others take responsibility. Through the many projects I have helped execute in my school, I believe I have made a positive difference; yet, I did not want to be seen as the assigned
and not the individual. As a leader, one must be able to criticize in a constructive manner, as it allows the employee to grow and improve. Therefore, I will integrate that characteristic into my style, which is something that my last manager did not do. Unfortunately, as a boss, one must realize that not everyone is going to ?like? you all the time.