An individual experiences pleasure when the desires are satisfied but it is not a guarantee that the desires cause pleasure. The desire satisfaction theory is not affected by experience but the hedonism theory is affected by experience. The outside world affects the desire satisfaction theory but the hedonism theory is independent of the outside world. This is because the desires can only be satisfied if the world is cooperative. The most successful theory is the desire satisfaction theory.
The insiders act kind to the outsider, only when they are face to face. The inside may find some ways to walk away from the outside. I understand the outsiders, but I also understand the insiders. The outsiders act with their heart and be themselves. Even though, sometimes they have to act out the way other will like.
His audience is used to being handed what they want and working very little and the idea that one who is below their status is equal if not better even if they fail is a hard concept to get across. The use of these tactics allow for the the author to convey his purpose and message in such a way that it is not immediately rejected and the thought remains a possibility to be thought
Equality is not wrong to want something for himself, especially after servicing others his whole life. But while Equality's outlooks aren't necessarily bad, there still needs to be balance. If everyone thought only about themselves, society would crumble. People have to rely on each other to an extent, and total selfishness would prevent this. That being said, someone can have selfish moments while still being a good person and caring for others.
Niccolò Machiavelli, Baldassare Castiglione and George Washington all had small factors of similarity within their interpretation of an ideal person, some more than others. Machiavelli valued the unpleasant truth, so that people would view the world with a notion of realism. He also always wanted to be in control and make his own decisions without anyone else's opinion to mar his idea of keeping authority with others. And he furthermore pushed the trait of fake sincerity. Instead of truthfully being honest, religious and merciful, he told one that you should fake it, so that when the time arrives, you can switch your personality.
However, as he saw that his own friends and colleagues were taking advantage of his generous acts he stopped helping. These experiences changed his perspective on how to help others, including takers. He has started to think like a taker. Audet says, “ when we engage in perspective taking, considering our counterparts’ thoughts and interests without sacrificing our own interests, we’re more likely to find ways to make deals that satisfy our counterparts without sacrificing our own interests” (197). He considers takers’ interests as well as his own and thinks about ways for both to win.
Competition can allow people to set their mind to a certain goal until it is accomplished, then it becomes part of one’s knowledge and then they set their mind to another goal. This cycle may motivate people to improve their performances, seeking to better ourselves. Yet in “Competition and Happiness” Theodore Rubin analyzes the negative effects of competition and how it damages the lives of people into trying to outdo one another. Competitiveness causes more harm than benefit because it bring out the worse in people due to the set list of arbitrary rules of what is right or wrong. I believe we need to learn how to cooperate and accept ourselves because it consumes our motivation to truly ask ourselves what we what.
Saying this, Loeb states that what motivates people to be kind is the desire to respect themselves, which all ties back to living a rich life. So, is it possible to be kind to others and still not be qualified as a good citizen, or does a person simply have to be active in social standings? What exactly is a good citizen? When it comes to the topic of what it means to be a good person or a good citizen, most of us will agree that it means to be kind, thoughtful, or helpful to others. Where this argument usually ends, however, is with the question of the person, if they are truly being kind or just having a face.
Fortunately, those weaknesses can be improved by understanding the reasons behind and learning what were the proper way to conduct a negotiation. Drawing on the learning points from this course, now I know that negotiation is not a win-lose game. There is no need to be tough and totally competitive to obtain the best negotiation outcomes. We can definitely achieve the win-win outcomes by good preparation, active listening, wisely sharing information to create values and expanding the bargaining zone. I have learned that compromising, even-splitting or building trust are not the right tactics in a win-win negotiation.
They not only want the good, but they also realize that they must work to find this good. Similarly, a good friend goes out of their way to bring good things to their friend; simple words or thoughts do not make a good friend. An individual does good things for themselves or equivalently “for the sake of [their] thinking part” (1166a). This means that an excellent person does what is healthy or beneficial because of internal factors, not superficial or external ones. A good friendship has these attributes; a friend wishes well for their friend because of their own
In this assignment I am going to discuss the stakeholders of two contrasting business’. Sainsbury’s: One important stakeholder is owners. The owners of Sainsbury’s they have it in their best interest to make the business as successful as possible by setting aims and objectives for themselves and their employees. They want to make the most profit they possibly can whilst keeping their customers and suppliers happy. If they do not meet their aims and objectives then this will mean that the business does not succeed.
My advice to Laszlo Bock would be to know and understand what each member of the team has to offer. It is important for a leader to know what his or her team members are capable of doing and the resources and support they need to accomplish set goals. I feel that Bock should appoint team leaders to interact with each of the “thirds” and establish a common goal for each group to work towards. The group should also understand each other’s contributions and recognize each groups special skill sets and how they relate to the team goal. Leaders will be constantly working with groups to prepare them for projects, conflict resolution, reviewing their goals and achievements and also encouraging collaboration and team building activities.