Staying on the ball, and being organized were key in the success of the completion of my portions of the project. Therefore, I had to assure that I clearly understood and comprehended my parts that were assigned to me. Once having a clear vision of what my parts encompassed, I planned and scheduled set times to focus and work on the project. Even when experiencing some setbacks, I worked around my schedule prioritizing my work to assure completion. While bouncing some ideas off my group members, I worked independently, and understood that the completion of my parts was my personal responsibility.
I can continue, even after graduating, to always complete tasks that I commit to, especially in my future career. I’ve found that if I don’t completely a commitment or complete it as best as I could, I feel guilty and disappointed in myself, because I know what I’m capable of doing and I won’t accept anything less than that. This theme relates well to my next theme, strategic. When it comes to assignments and tasks, I like to look for the best route to get it done.
It is very easy to get discouraged if you don't set any long-term goals for yourself. If you don't care about what you learned in your scores, then you most likely won't care about what your final marks will be. Short term goals, will help you answer the first questions you ask yourself. By setting daily and weekly goals you can work your way to small doses in order to come closer to your long term goals. Without short term goals it's easy to get overwhelmed by your long-term ambitions creating unwanted
If you want to make a difference in the world, start with the world around you. Making a big difference all at once is usually impossible, and the process of trying is extremely stressful. However, instantly making a difference in a few lives is entirely possible and usually fairly easy.
No matter which way you do it you are more likely to get different outcomes depending on how big the goal is. Big things is they way people should go because they are better outcomes. In conclusion, Michelangelo once said, “The greater the danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.” This quote is very true when it comes to life.
Our life is driven by emotions and energy, for empaths, this turns out to be much more vital. They feel everything around them stronger than a normal person and not every one of them has been instructed how to shield themselves from overstimulation. In this manner, they attempt to control everything around them, which is quite unrealistic. Acting to take control of each feeling they collaborate with requires some serious energy and effort. Like a typical individual, defining up goals will enable them to accomplish what they needed proficiently.
Problem solving skills are very important in every aspect of your life. How you solve a problem is who you are. If you solve problems swiftly then it can be said that you are a leader. If you are more of a downtempo problem solver, you tend to push things off. When I have problems, I strive to fix them hastily before they can get too extensive.
I am a problem-solver. Problems bug me. I want to think about a problem from all angles and come up with the best solution possible. Constant modifications in technology can be problematic for the application of Graphic Design, but I hope to use my problem solving skills to sustain the success of my future field of work. I am creative.
If you pride yourself with loyalty, your success will pride itself by growing beyond your imaginations. 10 LEARNING. Learning is the most important aspect of our lives. Learning does not have a period. You can say you have learned enough.
Some may also argue that trying something new does not benefit people in any way because the fear of failure discourages people from attempting anything new. These people see failure as a synonym for shame, dishonor, and worthlessness. However, people do not need to fear failure because in reality, it brings about the drive and motivation to do better. If everybody knew this, nobody would fear failure, but rather, embrace it.
Also, being disrespectful to a peer is downright degrading. You will make people feel bad about themselves, then in return the will give up. If everyone is just respectful to each other things will run more smoothly and the results will be much more positive. But besides from being dedicated and respectful, you also need to be really truly dedicated to what you are doing. A passionate leader will pour their heart and soul into whatever they are doing, and that alone makes the outcome a million times more authentic and amazing then someone who just kind of showed up to the auditions and made it.