My core belief has changed between my younger years and where I am now. This is largely due to a certain member of my family and experiences that I 've had. My family affiliate themselves with similar religions. My dad 's side of the family call themselves Catholic 's and my mom 's side call themselves Lutheran as well as Christian. My brother and I were baptized as Catholic and up until two years ago I labeled myself as such. However, at this point in my life I no longer say that I 'm a part of any religion.
This was the second time I had taken the strengths finder assessment and like my previous results I receive competition as my top strength. I have always been an extremely competitive person, whether it be sports, school, or employment. I have always strived to be the best and dislike losing. According to the results a person who is competitive measure their progress based on the performance of others. I extremely relate to this since I feel satisfied when I outperform other coworkers, peers, or friends.
I have become more determined which is one of my strengths. What I have done to stay more focused is make a list of my priorities that I need to stay on task with. It makes me feel better about myself when I check things off my list. I have been also persistent which is another strength that will help me succeed and will help me become a better
The first area that I need to improve on is my ability to accept failure because failure “can be a painful experience. But does not define [me]” (33). I've always thought that I’d have to be right and couldn't be wrong, but “if [I] make a mistake, [I get] to make it right” (33-34). In other words, by making mistakes, I actually learn new information. Instead of seeing my mistakes as negatives, I need to learn from them and turn them into positives.
According to Burchard, when we lose sight of what we desire, our passion and motivation are lost. The first thing he suggest is rest. The proper amount of rest and sleep is needed to rejuvenate the brain and body. He states that we should also visualize a white space, close your eyes off from everything else and just think about the things you’re excited about. Connect with your passions, dream up.
I am afraid of if I have enough time to prepare my own part at work days. However, I will try my best to finish my part of the project because this class is very important to me. Also, this project is a group work; if I fail to finish my part as our professor expected; the whole project will get a low grade. It is unfair for other group members. So far, I have finished analyzing one source already.
First of all,the ruled schedule requires discipline .Riley stated ,"It was obvious I needed to manage my time better". You have to motivate yourself to keep moving forward so you can meet your goal .Riley stated,"I invested so much energy in making my beautiful plan that I just collapsed afterwards. Although you may have a mindset of your schedule ,
Overcoming “The” Struggle I don’t recall having a hard time learning how to read. It was one of those things that just came easily to me for some reason. For the most part I enjoyed reading as well. The only time I didn’t enjoy reading was when I didn’t understand a certain word or a certain phrase.
Typically I wait until the last minute to do something. This often works but it is really stressful and probably not the best thing to do. Sometimes I will just never do the assignment. To improve these habits i'm going to start setting the deadline for these assignments an few days earlier then they are assigned. This way I can make myself do it before its due.
It was a taciturn gloomy morning, the year of 1862. The 12th of September. At the end of it, I might be with my family again or buried someplace underground. It was my time to go into battle as soon as I finish saying goodbye to my loved ones. The tears slid down my wife’s face and my daughters lingered into their mother’s arms to cover their dripping faces. I gave everyone one last family hug as my wife said to me “Be careful”.
Then suddenly you’re down to the wire and your brain experiences a deluge of stress and information overload. This only causes a drain on your energy, causing you to lose sight of the task at hand. Enjoy the Ride It isn’t all fun and games, but take note of where you stumble or your motivation dips- you can then come up with a solution to prevent that from becoming an issue again. You may see a pattern emerge, which allows you to arrange your schedule as required.