Instead, they may argue that collectivist societies are more efficient because of the homogenous mentality that is present. In Brave New World, all individuals were cloned and essentially programmed to do, think, and act in the same way as everybody else. The World State’s primary goal was to make everyone similar because they were certain that it would produce stability within the society. According to David Brooks, “collectivist societies tend to value harmony and duty.” On the contrary, “people in [individualist] societies tend to overvalue their own skills and overestimate their own importance.”
It can be the backbone to any society and provides stability and regularity. However, there can be a few exceptions to this. This is known as rebellion. Rebellion is an individual action, and it is also a necessity in any society because it provides variety. There will come a time where a person will have to rebel against something or someone to find inner peace or freedom.
He also recommends keeping balance between everyday attention and big romantic gestures; in his opinion, everyday small but nice things work better than grandiose but rare romantic gestures. In general, the characteristics of the “healthy” marriage are following:
Second is to find the best individuals to rule and the ones that will be ruled. Make sure that they have safe, and stable lives to live. Keep the large middle class in line to the rules and keep them stable. Also, make sure it hard to separate the people in the group into different groups. The last point is the have the best lawmakers for the middle class.
Another example is that of parents and children. As a responsible parent you are leader of your children; thus, if your children are misbehaving, it does not mean that you should feel frustrated or beat them. But rather, develop positive discipline strategies that you can use to positively guide your children’s behavior. In short, good leaders, should deal with the challenges affectively so that they can grow strong and be responsible, instead of being failures. And this , will create great leaders who will also create great and successful
Pursuing a career in a field that we love is a dream that all of us have, but with this ideal situation, a couple questions arise. Will it provide a supportive income? Doing what makes us happy versus doing what is economical: Which outweighs the other? According to Steve Jobs, in his 2005 speech “Do What You Love”, it is important to do what we love and worry about the income later. Jobs states, “...have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
In most cases, employees from the Baby Boom generation are results oriented and strongly believe in deciding upon well defined goals and objectives, they want to be asked their opinions and see results (Bower & Fidler, 1994). They are mostly driven by freedom, individual satisfaction and social action (Tyler, 2007). Weston (2001) specified that employees from the Baby Boom generation generally want to feel that they are contributing to their community and organizational growth, expect rewards for performance and appreciate empathetic supportive managers.
My definition of common sense is to be able to draw from past and present knowledge while still being able to evaluate the circumstances for what could create the best outcome. I do believe common sense is pretty natural in all humans, no matter where or how they have grown up. I also believe that given each person's natural giftings there are some matters that make ones common sense more valuable than others. This is why being open to other ideas is important because if each person is so stuck in the idea that they always know best, and of course no one ALWAYS knows best, then sometimes common sense may be overridden by pride. This is why I don’t believe that that my common sense is so difficult to overrule.
In a highly completive society they want to see their sons and daughters have every possible advantage in their educational climate, their chosen profession, and their selected community-of-living where, once again, the cycle will repeat itself with-and-for the next generation. The complexity of society’s evolutionary standards (some favorable, some not) puts responsible parents “on alert” 24/7. What is the best use of their child’s time and energy,
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Grit and Growth Mindset Winston Churchill once said, ¨Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.¨ People who believe that failure is acceptable, like Winston Churchill, will do better in all areas of life, and will have a characteristic known as grit. Grit is passion and perseverance over long term goals, and sticking with that goal until it is achieved. Growth mindset is the ability to embrace challenges, persist in the face of setbacks, and find lessons in the success of others.