As a group, we have the power to accomplish incredible feats, that no single person could ever do. As our focus turns inwards we miss out on the social, professional and personal successes we can create as part of a team. Feelings of isolation and loneliness in Western society have drastically increased over the last few decades, as our societies become more focused on the individual. Over time this feeling of loneliness can manifest in mental illnesses like anxiety or depression. As a society, we are losing touch with the value of community and its role in a happy society.
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Irrespective of where it is derived from, we humans are proud to have morals as it distinguishes us from all the other animals. We have the ability that no other living thing on this earth has; to differentiate between right and wrong, to accumulate knowledge, to live in a social environment helping each other in different ways. It would not be fair on my part if I didn’t
Jobs are not always fun and enjoyable. In fact, most of the workers want to relax after a long day at their job. But those small sacrifices are required in order to earn a salary or get promoted to the desirable position. Jackie Chan - one of the most famous and successful actors of all time whose net worth (wealth) is $230 million, has had more than 30 injuries because he did all the tricks by himself. Of course, he did not feel good about his injuries, but that was one of the main reasons people loved his movies.
However, for this project, I had to come out of my comfort zone of being a team player and take one step further to be the one leading the group in times of need. Generally, I’m quite an indecisive person myself, so to lead a team is a tremendous task for me. Fortunately, our group was very cooperative and understanding towards each other. Thus, we had no problem getting along or getting the works
I realize the importance of our mission but also value relationships. I am not necessarily friends with everybody, but I am generally well-liked. I strive to make sure everyone contributes and pulls their weight. I value each individual for the strengths they possess and recognize their weaknesses as opportunities for growth. I take interest in my subordinates and their issues and goals, and do my best to inspire them.
To start of the two hour tryout, the head coach had each player go through intense drills in order to gauge each player’s capabilities. I believe that I completed the drills correctly and to the best of my ability. In my mind, I felt that tryouts was going to become repetitive, with the coach repeating the same sequences. However, about one hour into practice, our coach decided that in order to really see how good each player was he had all of the players from different teams and play multiple scrimmages to finish out the day. In the games, I realized how many players who were better than me were out there in the state.
As per this level the rules and norms of one’s family or group or society have been accepted as the absolute standard of morality. These conventions are regarded as correct because they correspond to authority. In this level the individuals always wants to satisfy others and tries to meet the expectations of the society and does not care about their self-interest. Loyalty and close recognition with others have been given much priority. No adult tries to go beyond this level.
The phlegmatics are also trustworthy because they are very simple and naïve. But the cholerics, though, are much loyal and trustworthy; at times deceive others about their commitments if it helps them to achieve something or find their goal. To get success and victory, they can cross each and every moral and disciplinary boundary and to any