The success of the course is attributed to Howard Schultz 's book, “Pour Your Heart Into It.” This paper explains different lessons that I have learned throughout the course. Currently, I am better knowledge-wise than I was before undertaking this course especially the Grantham experience. One aspect that I have learned is how people behave around the world. Human beings tend to have a natural fear of failure (Rippin, 2015). They often do not want to be seen as being unsuccessful in their undertakings or life in general.
With Scout 's development, she increased her amount of knowledge by being rubbed off of the other characters. Lee showed that understanding other people will teach you valuable life lessons and shape you into a better person. In the world, many people do not agree with a person exactly, which is why people must be open to viewing other people 's thoughts from different perspectives to fully understand empathy. In other words, people often mistake knowing as understanding, but no matter how many times someone can know something, not everyone will understand the true meaning behind someone 's thought. All in all, humans should be aware of their surroundings to learn, benefit and gain information from
Sharing our thoughts it’s decisive and all our speech has to be explain the root of the problem with facts based on the reality, otherwise we can retract into silence or violence. This book has been extremely useful for me, because it has taught me how to maintain control in those crucial moments, probably it is easier for me know to spot those with the reactions like silence or violence which are attitudes that usually we know that happen but probably what I did not know is that it happens when the person doesn’t feel safe, that’s the key. Normally, when we don’t know the strategies it is harder for us to identify what we are doing wrong, therefore we can make numerous mistakes. We have to bear in mind that always has to prevail the mutual respect and the mutual purpose to have a fruitful crucial conversation. Therefore, mastering this skill of effective communication can make a difference in all the aspects in our
Her positive outlooks on examinations often persuade the audience to overlook the negatives. However, Alonso bases her argument on inferences she has drawn from her own personal experiences. For example, a professor will not always admit when they have failed to teach a topic, or acknowledge when they are grading with frustration behind their red pen. Alonso’s conclusions would carry more weight if she were to base them on research. Overall, Alonso has constructed a strong argument about the advantages to examinations that accounts for the different points of view teachers and students
By creating objective goals and continuously accomplishing something new in each social situation, I will be making it a habit to be assertive and respect my own needs. Thus, improving and increasing my performance. As a result, creating objective goals is a step that is crucial to the achievement of overcoming my social anxiety due to how it will help to develop and improve my social
I believe that I have the makings of a great counselor and researcher, but my language may not demonstrate this. Many of the shortcomings that have been addressed are related, I believe, to a lack of exposure to the right terminology, as well as exposure to a new professional environment. Many of the requirements for communicating my thoughts and the language used in that communication, are different than back home, or in my previous training environments. Thus, I need to continue exposing myself to relevant models, in order to grow this skill. I have begun this process by introducing additional readings and research literature, as well as seeking out training opportunities that will boost my exposure to appropriate terminology, concepts, and
I pause and stutter a couple times. These are things that I need to work on. I guess just knowing that someone will be critique my speech give me a little chill. In my opinion, I feel like I am doing better as I go along. To me, my information was very informative, but I could’ve to get into more details about the types of human trafficking.
Throughout this paper I will point out strengths and weaknesses associated with the ENFJ personality type and discuss an appropriate plan of action in an effort to correct my weaknesses and utilize my strengths to gain the utmost success as an APRN (Deida, 2017). Strengths Unlike other personality types, the ENFJ personality has strengths which are solely unique to them. Tolerance is the willingness to accept other opinions or behaviors that one does not necessarily agree with, and tend to be very open to new ideas if these ideas remain useful to the task at hand. We are also
It's not a perfect fit for my personality, I might change my mind or something my happen along the years, but it is something I find extremely important and interesting. Some of the things I will need to become a psychologist I will still need to work on, such as reading more and becoming more involved in people's lives, but I believe that with some effort I can be a good professional one day. Another interest that relates to psychology is reading a lot and being interested in learning new things. This is something I’ve always liked, especially when it comes to subjects I care about. I’m hoping that doing extensive reading and research I can learn more about what a psychologist does exactly, how it helps people and how to be effective doing
I think people need to be educated through uncensored media and know the truth. This attitude makes me feel like I have a responsibility to share what I know and make change. In addition to attitude, behavior also enhances my self-concept. Of many other behaviors, my behavior to helping people stands out to me. There is a certain type of satisfaction that I get from helping someone.
Operating from a theory will help me to remain focused on therapeutic goals and allow for more in-depth processing. In addition, biases can be managed more effectively while adhering to guidelines directing me to appropriate responses. I think counseling without a theoretical perspective is like going on a road trip without a map. After learning about many of the theories, the strategic family therapy seems to click with me the most. When I get chance, I am going to do additional research on this approach and ask questions as needed.
I also liked that I was able to remind myself of why I want to achieve my goal by listing my driving forces. In conclusion, after completing the chart, I was able to realize that change was completely possible. There are many things that restrain me from my success, but they are things that with some practice I can limit and become more successful. Also, when comparing my two lists of restraining forces and driving forces, I can see the true reason why I want to succeed and the driving forces, even though the list is smaller, is much more compelling to me over the restraining
I was able to increase the benefit of task management but still struggled to maintain the efficiency that comes along with that due to losing a case manager and taking on the entire case load myself. Understanding different perspectives has always come easy to me, however, learning to quite myself when my integrity is challenged because of someone else’s perspective was a definite challenge to me. I felt that the objective of learning what effective leadership can accomplish was the one that was successful. After shadowing Barb, I learned effective communication techniques, how to inspire the staff with vision and drive and how to have integrity in the midst of turmoil. Applying this practicum to becoming a baccalaureate-prepared nurse will come in time.