My preferred lens describes me completely; I use my experience in life to make decision even those things that I know are unethical. I am risky and make calculated decisions when I feel it is necessary. I do not consider the group as a whole but as individuals who are coming from different walks of life. Autonomy is how you approach the situation, when making decisions that will affect other individuals. My preferred lens does not change based on my location, situation, or attitude.
The last letter, P, stands for perceiving. My preference for perceiving affects how I approach daily life. I tend to work best under pressure and prefer spontaneity to following a routine. Understanding your personality type can help you discover your strengths and
I am an open minded person, and realize there Leadership Philosophy is more than one way to tackle an obstacle. I don’t want to be the type of leader that believes that “it’s my way or the highway.” I want to create an environment where Soldiers feel comfortable to share their thoughts and ideas without being ridiculed or ignored. In conclusion, having self-awareness of my leadership philosophy is very valuable, in that it allows others to an insight of the type of leader that I strive to be and it also provides myself with a more in depth insight of my own leadership
When in reality I need some sort of extra help. I also need to work on following up with situations. I tend to be the person that when I find a solution, I leave it alone. Although, just because I find a solution for the moment, it doesn’t mean that I found the best solution/ it will work entirely. I am trying to better myself mentally for personal relationships moving
Everyone sets their goals at different expectations than others which is why you typically don’t go for the same goal as other people. The adventure that McCandless went on was dangerous, but it fit his expectation to be independent and to find where he belongs.McCandless valued self-reliance ,he needed to be his own person, with his own vision and way of thinking so that others wouldnt influence him along the way. He recognized that the only way for him to find his own truth would to be self-centered and focus on his own being first, without others clouding his sense of
As a child, I was taught to think before I speak and that “Words hurt more than actions.” Considering that Franklin’s Silence is to speak what may benefit others or myself, I do believe abiding to this will make me balanced and keep me out of unnecessary disputes. The Order virtue tells me that should let all my things have their place and that all my business should have their own time. To
We are constantly focused on accomplishing a task in the most convenient way possible that the right way to do something usually seems bothersome and non-compatible with our to-do list. Bodie Thoene’s quote goes hand in hand with R.C. Sproul’s quote. For one, R.C. Sproul make the point that laziness is our main enemy that keeps us from studying God’s Word.
Additionally, specific patterns and biases an individual uses when forming impressions based on a limited amount of initial information about an unfamiliar person. While on the other hand, there are parts of the impression formation process that are context dependent, individuals also tend to exhibit certain tendencies in forming impressions variety of situations. There is not one single implicit personality theory used, but different approaches the task of impression formation in his or her own unique way. Moreover, there are some components of implicit personality theories that are consistent across individuals, or within groups of similar individuals. These components are of particular interest to social psychologists because they have the potential to give insight into what impression one person will form of another (Millon, 2003).
Additionally, the need for significant control derives from the desire for superiority and importance, as an individual. Where else is control more beneficial than in one 's own life? My future should be regulated by my needs and desires, all resulting from a job that can add comfort and sustainability to life. I shouldn’t be relying on others for financial and emotional support, but instead should be offering my support. I desire my future to be as autonomous as I make it, meaning, I should control my decisions and resolve all my financial problems.
You would think that individuality is the number one thing we must always seek after. But is it really? Conformity and individuality are both complete opposites, that doesn’t mean there is a good side to choose from. They both play a big part in our lives such as: decision making, teamwork, and creativity. So why not have both, it’s good to have conformity in one hand and individuality in the other, having these traits will keep us open minded and at bay with our peers.
I agree with almost every description of my personality prescribed to me. The personality prescribed to me was ENTJ. The main description of a ENTJ is that they are commandant. I do enjoy taking a leadership role but I do not seek the position. So the driving force in me is not to lead, but more to help the cause the best way I can which may be sometimes by leading but I will always follow lead if there is someone who is better fit for the position.
When working with a team I tend to be so focused on achievement that it comes at the expense of including everyone. I need to stop being so competitive as this behavior creates a self-centered approach and can lead to unethical actions. In order to achieve my goal I need to keep being willing to call out those individuals that are not adhering to the rules, while at the same time rewarding those for their appropriate behavior. As I mentioned earlier, a potential barrier to me achieving my goal of ethical leadership is my internal desire to compete. In order to overcome this potential barrier, I will use feedback from those around me on ways that I can improve.
My Thoughts: I found this quote to be extremely important and felt it connected back to Anaïs Nin’s section. It’s all about connecting with yourself within and knowing who you are. You have to be honest with yourself and know exactly who you are before you can live a good life. Meyers points out that its important to know who you truly are just based on personal reasons and for important cases like “moral and political autonomy”. What I took away from this quote was don’t get caught up in someone else’s group and remain silent but to tap into your true being and flourish.
I’m very clear about what I have to say, I don’t like to offend others and make someone feel bad because it’s not fair to them, I like when there is an equal treatment. I trust in others, especially my teammates, and people in my sections. I can turn my visions into reality. As well as getting the best out of others. I take responsibility to keep an effective sectional going.
Meaning, that we must be careful when expressing our thoughts that are based merely in our judgments without testing them with a fair and noble mind. With this in mind, no individual has the power to make another upset, sad, or feel any other emotion, as we have the power over our mind to allow it or not to allow it. However, some of us are quick to lead our opinions with our hearts or external factors, instead of seeing the bigger picture. Therefore, our quick judgments/reasoning can have an ugly impact in our world. But, what are truly the limits of human freedom?