The even better news is self discipline can be learned. If self discipline is the key to success then the lack of self discipline is the key to failure. Why are habits important to achieving success? Whatever you do becomes a habit and habits can be hard to break. They say it takes 21 days to create a habit so the trick is to start doing something/one thing, every day, and after 21 days it will feel weird not to do it.
A life coach will use their specific training skills to understand where you are now, what you want to change, where you want to be, and then the life coach helps the client how to get there. It is a fulfilling kind of coaching that will help the client understand themselves better to the point that they will be able to push themselves further and further, gaining important life and work skills as they go. A life coach 's job is to give the person the confidence to believe in themselves and their skills so that they can achieve whatever it is they set their minds to. Who needs it? In this day and age, everyone can benefit from having a life coach.
My personality preference type as observed from MBTI is ISFJ according to Charles (1997), this means that I’m a responsible, friendly, quiet and conscientious person. I am committed to meeting obligations. In this assignment, I will discuss briefly who I am as a leader with my personality type in context. I will discuss changes I have observed haven known my personality type, how I have used my current knowledge of my personality to improve my work environment. Finally, I will discourse how my learning of SCARF and NVC can help me further to become the leader I’ve ever desired to be.
Self confidence is learning and working hard in a particular area mastering the skills needed to succeed difficult challenges. I gained full points in this section but its very crucial to have a clear set goal that builds self efficacy and self esteem to improve your self-confidence. ‘Bandura says that 'self-efficacy ' and 'confidence ' are not quite the same thing. Confidence is a general, not a specific, strength of belief. On the other hand, self-efficacy is the belief in one 's capabilities to achieve something specific.’ Understanding the level of self efficacy is very important so you can identify the areas in which you can improve by making reachable to satisfy your choices.
It is important to be responsible for your actions. Making decisions with respect to those around you, who can be affected by your decisions. Continually striving every day to be all I can be as MS is the same reason why I chose success. Success is not measured by material things but by those you affect to make change. Through autonomy I give respect to individual while reflecting on the group, with the goal of helping each person live the best life possible for themselves.
I was also aware that I needed to keep in check, talk to my personal counsellor and the help of my tutor’s feedbacks, I had to make sure it is improving, developing and evolving in a healthy manner without being polluted with past learned behaviours. The only difference now is that I can face these with much ease and allow myself to celebrate my successes and have a healthy criticism of my shortcomings with growing self-acceptance. We had three assignments handed up until now and each assignment made me look my past and my present with little more objectivity and with the help of new things that we have been learning. Using some of the paradigms, theories and systems that have been used in Psychotherapy and Counselling I started to have a better understanding and more objective view of human behaviour in dealing with different issues in our day to day life, particularly what they meant in the course of my life. I found that it is incredible how our mind works and how it tries to find ways to adjust to its environment.
Knowledge give us confidence. Like anything else, the more you know, the better you understand, and the easier it is to explain. This path of self-education is continuous process, as individual needs change over time. There are three parts to becoming an effective self-advocate: knowing yourself, knowing your needs, and knowing how to get what you need. Knowing Yourself “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom” To know yourself is your first priority!
During the lesson “Achieving work and life success”, the lecturer said it is possible to achieve work life success with a correct planning. Is always easy to set my own goals which in this case to achieve success both in my work and life near future, but to make it happen, it will need to put in some effort and of course with a good action plan. In one of the article wrote by Bob Miglani, he
As humans, we are animals of motivation. We are motivated for and from different things since the day we are born. We are motivated mostly by two motivational factors: intrinsic and extrinsic. Extrinsic factors happens when we are motivated to perform a behaviour in order to get a reward or to avoid punishment or something unpleasant. For example: studying to get a good grade, cleaning your room so you don't get punished by your parent, or in today's world, go to work every morning in order to get a salary.
Remember self-care:-It is very important in everything you think of doing to first ask yourself what is the impact of my health if I do this? Self-care is vital to our daily life. Do not do something if you know well it will affect your health in one way or the other. 4. Be grateful:-It’s good to make a gratitude list and carry it with you.