Five years from now I will definitely remember AP English 11. In five years, I will look back at the daunting task of writing a speech and present it to the class. The final speech was a task that required me to leave my comfort zone: I had to share the reason why I dedicated a large portion of my time to practicing. In addition, It was an assignment that I have never done before. When I look back, I will be grateful for the opportunity to overcome one of my fears-public speaking.
This was apparent mainly in the initial part where I went on to ask another question even before the first one was answered. For instance, I greeted her and continued talking before she could respond to my greetings. On one hand, it could mean that I was overzealous to start the peer helping conversation. But I couldn’t deny the other view where it could also mean that I was impatient and I was more concerned with the professional aspect rather than incorporating the aspect of social concern. After reflecting on the video, I realized I should have waited for an answer before proceeding.
I got the certainty to asked the staff who instructed me to leave the dinning before time and she informed me concerning what turned out badly with the skin of the jacket potato on my plate. I took her feedback as exceptionally appropriate and touchy because it showed up patients were inconvenience in such circumstances. I can unhesitatingly eat with the patients decisively and have adapted a few standards about the dining area. Conclusion This episode of care has improved my trust and confidence in the dining room and the use of cutlery sets when eating with a gathering of patients and glad to utilize that as a transferable ability in future. Likewise, eating with patient promotes comfort and engagement.
When it comes to difficulties, we often tend to make it very personal, I will try to see the situation like an outsider, in fact, it often seems more comical than serious if we manage to look at life as if someone who is watching it rather than living it. Love before hate. I will only give up on a person when I have shown all my life and consideration to him and tried my best to make friends and I will not judge by first impressions. Learn and learn more. If there is one thing I learned it is that there is always more to learn.
Then I started thinking, “What if I started a cupstacking club in my old school?” So I decide to talk with elementary teachers over the summer to see if I can get a sponsor. The first teacher I ask said she was in charge of a program that will teach many new activities to children. By the end of summer the school cancel the entire program. I did not give up. I talked to more and more teachers and each one of
Knowing the right time to talk to them is also important because if you approach people when they are distracted, in this case, when the vendors are currently serving a customer, will leave a bad impression to the interviewee as they will feel that you are bothersome. It is better to approach them when they are more relaxed and open to discussion. Morever, in this activity, we tried to repeat the questions in a manner that will suit the background of the interviewee and will make them less confused about the
(Khan Academy, 2015). Traditional selective attention research suggest the selective attention strategy is not an adequate generalexplanation for why readers tend to learn and recall important text information better than less important text information (Reynolds and Arnold, 1982). I know it takes me forever to finish my work or study when there are distractions. I tend to stop focusing on my task, and start focusing on the distraction; which is almost anything that sound interesting or to loud. I will keep the principle in mind so that I can remember to avoid distractions that has nothing to do with what I am studying or doing.
I try to see an issue or problem from all sides of the parties involved; not forcing on my personal opinion on others, especially when we need to work together to achieve the desired results. I have begun to tap into this more and it has helped me at work defuse situations that had the potential to become bigger problems. I can get to the root of the problem, seeing past personal emotions of involved parties. I hope to maintain the balance with my human resource frame. I do not want others to think I am “rolling over” to accommodate others or I hate confrontation; I just want to focus on the issues and get the job
I need more practice not letting my mood get in the way of being open to ideas and suggestions. I have noticed that I can have a short fuse at times and even a little bit of an attitude if something upsets or annoys me. I need to learn how not to allow a bad day or bad mood to affect my ability to listen. Equally important when interacting with others is body language.
I still am me, but I am more open to deal with conflicts head on instead of accepting them. Learning From analyzing my crisis, I learned that even though it was an experience I did not want to have, it provided me an opportunity to challenge myself and go head on with something I disagree. It opened my eyes that I learn and grow from experience and by approaching different situation instead of avoiding them or relying on someone else. Because of this, I try to approach more situations and deal with them by myself, if possible, so that I would learn how to deal with situations as these with more ease and professional
Sometimes these experiences of than still are breaking through the surface of my confidentiality while relating to other people. As well as becoming involved in mental health has worked as a healing balm. Even though I continue to learn and grow while separating positive critic from negative influences. The experience that I related earlier about time management in an “industrial kitchen environment is a good example negative self-chatter. I also continue to be aware of experiences that support me as I continue in this field of Human