We can use these principles to achieve our goals and be able to reach success. In addition, everyone can apply these principles and everyone can do so, and apply them. An example of how can we apply these amazing principles is for example: when you make, any mistake go to the other person and say it, say sorry to the other person. A last advice, be who you respect the other person and show him your gratitude. At the end, you will absolutely gain more friends and be a good
Worrying too much about things that we sometimes cannot control is futile, but completely understandable as that’s how we react to certain events. Despite this, it is still possible to focus on the good side, but how? Fortunately, we can teach ourselves some habits to help us deal with stressors, habits that can ultimately allow us to control how we handle unwelcome life situations. One is by appreciating things we have and are capable of doing every day. Modern people have become so pre-occupied with the joy of acquiring material things and chasing the perennial threshold for success that we forget about those precious little things and moments in life that we are able to enjoy and experience.
All of my life self-actualization has been something I have sought to achieve- often in the wrong places. While this journey can be quite difficult and tumultuous I would not do anything differently, in the broad sense, as this adventure has shaped me into the person I am today. It is true that I am indeed only 18 which can lead to some potential flaws in reasoning, but I am quite certain that the lessons I have learned are quite valuable. However, the most important lesson life has taught me must be that I don’t need someone else to bring me happiness. Although this lesson was at times exceedingly difficult to accept, once I did my life changed for the better.
I know myself well enough to know that if one thing starts to take over my time and get in the way of achieving other priorities, I will begin to resent it. My life is quite busy, but I have been able to organize myself in a way where I feel accomplished academically, professionally, socially and mentally. This has not always been the case and it took some personal reflection and discipline to see where the imbalance used to be and where I could improve. Once I found the balance and the sense of achievement that came with it, I became more motivated to continue what I was doing and to strive to find ways of being even more efficient in these
• I have the ability to act with confidence. Weaknesses: • I sometimes find it difficult to resist helping people even when they don’t want my help. • I tend to become self-sacrifical who cannot do enough for others and in the process wearing myself out. • I tend to have trouble saying “NO” to requests and sometimes become stressed by trying to help others too much. • Feeling unappreciated is a trigger for me and I sometimes tend to feel sadness and self pity.
Over a year of thinking and reflecting has rekindled new hopes and aspirations, and notwithstanding my shortcomings, I am confident of living through my dreams and life plans. Learning to love yourself can be quite tricky. I find it difficult to explain it since the experience is unique to every person, but I will give some hints on how I got to where I am. Self-love is gradual, just like every good thing in life. I still experience momentary negative thoughts about myself sometimes, but rather than let it take hold of me, I assess the situation to identify the cause of the feeling, and I banish them from my thoughts.
As I begin this adventure into the next phase of life, I have been contemplating more and more my qualities of weaknesses and strengths, and how these will impact my college experience and long-term career goals. My weakness is that I tend to be a bit of a perfectionist which can be paralyzing at times. I have learned that I need to overcome some of those fears of imperfection and use them as moments to accept its okay as long as I never quit trying and to not compare myself to others, but rather to ask myself, “Am I a better person today than I was yesterday?” A conscience, deep contemplation of these characteristics about myself, which was a turning point for me, occurred when I was about fifteen years old. I was presented an opportunity to submit an essay to a writing contest to be a participant for the Renewable World Foundation - Isle Royale Adventure. This was a high adventure contest that was open to students within a three-state area of Minnesota,
Many a times in our life we come to a point where we are supposed to make a decision. A decision that has the power to change our whole life scenario, a decision that not only excites us but makes us think that it is possible. Let it be any decision; financial, personal, love, career or family. Such decisions not only have the power to make us understand what life is, but also make us a better person by making us go through the ups & downs of that decision. We always feel happy when we hear the word “ups” but are covered with a feeling of insecurity & doubt when the word “downs” pops up.
!, and they keep convince me about it. and I have told them I have my reasons for that. Many people find it expensive, but the others say you will save your time for other things to do. People observed some factors lead us to the advantages and dis advantages of the fast food. As many people say you will save a big time on the fast food than the home cooked one, at the same time there is some negativities for it like, maybe it is not well done, nobody knows what the employees doing in the kitchen.