They based their achievements off of hard work and meritocracy, which states that you the rewards go to the people due to their abilities qualifications. When the do good in sports it is based on their character, hard working ethic and the fundamental skill they possess. You hear a lot in other sports this person is very fundamentally sound and that they see the games two steps ahead because even though they may not be as athletic as the other players they find a way to out beat them and it is through their mind. Then if you see that they are athletic then it is said that even though they were not born with that gene to be athletic it took a lot of hard work to be able to achieve
But realizing our diversity and understanding why it unites us as humans, but also divides us, by race and color, and others, is the first step to accepting those who are different. Now Margaret deals with much bigger struggles, but it can be a learning experience for all of
Extroverts will likely recognize the behavior described in their friends and family, and be reminded that while extroversion certainly has much to offer, so does introversion. This is a book that intends to improve all aspects of life through appreciation of diverse skills and tendencies, a book that simultaneously calls out the flaws in our culture and shows us the way to fix them. This is a book for everyone, loud or
As the support role, I would help my teammates to survive as they charge into the enemy base. I feel a connection between Blitzcrack and myself because I enjoy helping my friends and becoming their backbone whenever they are in need of help, as Blitzcrack does with his teammates. I was most of my friend’s therapist, whenever they are having personal problems or school problems, they always came to me to ask for advice or to let some steam off. I believe Blitzcrack and I both have similar purposes and are both motivated to aid others when they are in need because it is our role as a team member, as a friend, and as an ally. Therefore, I enjoy playing Blitzcrack as my champion on League of Legends because he reflects on who I am.
This was beneficial because it allowed us to gather feedback on the positive and negative aspects of our service learning so far. Such discussion among the team is important because it encourages dialogues among and between the team. Not only that these dialogues would challenge us to think of solutions and alternatives. With new solutions and alternatives, we can further improve this service learning experience for both the students and our chosen community. Without a doubt, through this discussion, I learnt more about my groupmates and it was an eye-opener to hear different perspectives on similar issues.
The strongest teams are when each group member understands their own strengths and weaknesses well. Unfortunately, it is not easy to honestly evaluate one’s strengths and weaknesses but there are assessments such as; True Color that provide insight. After taking the True Color and Clifton Strengths finder assessment, I realized the best way for me to cultivate a positive team environment is clearly understanding my role within the group early-on, providing a logical perspective for decisions, and identifying others strengthens and weakness so we can offset one another. Additionally, Leader-Membership-Exchange theory, known as LMX, is important towards establishing a successful team. The combination of all these elements result in teams achieving their goals.
Despite being few members the group was very dynamic and fun, there was no delay, and the session started on time. When we went to the agenda one of the topics was how the media, society, and the culture of beauty distorts our way of perceiving our own image, and how this affects us psychologically. On the agenda we also talked about the negative thoughts towards ourselves, and how we identify with negative thoughts, allowing them to become part of our own unconscious mind. The leader of the group demonstrated an authentic democratic
I was incredibly selfish. I decided then that it was important to start getting involved and start paying attention to the world around me. From then on, I have made it a priority to help others and be giving. Student-Athlete Leadership Team taught me to be a leader, a listener, a giver, and a role model for others. I realized that I am thankful for everything I have.
My favorite feeling is being content, which is hard to express. So, one of my biggest struggles in leading the team was showing my emotions in a way that encouraged all of us to improve. Through this experience I learned the importance of having a good attitude even when underneath you are frustrated. The power of positivity is something I still struggle with, but I have been able to more fully apply it to my life since realizing
Most of professional recognise that reflective practice is engaging, thoughtful and structured activity to improve their actions in an event or situation, but how should they choose which type of event and situation to reflect on? (Walters, 2013). As a practitioner, there are plenty of reasons when engaging in reflective activity. The most fundamental in reflective practice is the need of improving and developing the teaching and learning (Rushton and Suter, 2012). It is only when practitioners learn best, and identifies how they have learned what they know, that they start to think consciously about how they learn throughout life (Jasper,