Most times, people make the mistake of choosing goals because they saw these goals being achieved by others without putting in mind the approach and mindset that the other person actually put into achieving that goal. However, the truth is that what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for the other. You need to realize your incentive for pursuing this action. Knowing that will help you to stay focused and basically stop at nothing in achieving that objective. A good way to ascertain your goals is to perform what we call a perspective test.
An exchange of ideas can be beneficial for everyone involved. A positive approach: although a solution is not always obvious, with some effort you will be able to find an appropriate alternative. Be realistic: by setting attainable goals and not expecting the impossible from yourself, you can avoid the pitfalls of disappointment. You must also learn that there will be situations over which you can exert only indirect control. You cannot achieve absolute control: by trying to control everything in your life you will only be wasting valuable energy and effort.
The clients should figure out themselves on how to face the situation. An effective counsellor listen more than talks, and what they do say gives the client a sense of being heard and understood. The client need to find solution on their own as they might face the similar difficult situation again in future. Lastly, a balance of emotion should be met. The client might needed the stressful situation to express their feelings on it.
Along with living your life how you want to live it is don 't hold back find what you love. People nowadays are influenced by others and do things that make them fit in, but is that really what they want. You can 't be successful and happy when your doing things that aren 't fun for yourself, going from this perspective you could see how this could affect the way you perform in this activity and the efficiency of it. Steve jobs says “Sometimes life hits you hard in the head with a brick. Don 't lose faith.
Emotion is the ultimate force in causing one to take actions. These emotions are what drives someone to complete the actions. They are what motivates people to do things to make others feel better, which in turn, helps them feel better about themselves. Emotions can cause quick actions where people might not take the time to think about it. Although these actions are direct, they might not be the best decision since no logic, judgment, or thought was put
Talking is a 2 way process, and part of it is being aware of the interest and participation of the other. If you don’t know if the other person is interested, how would you know if they have heard what you said and what their take on it is. • Changing the subject: The topic of conversation might get too difficult or the other person might not be interested, so they change the subject. This can be very frustrating for the speaker especially if it is an emotional subject. Saying “I find this hard to talk about now”, or “I cannot really put my mind to that at the moment” are far less offensive than cutting in with another subject without warning.
We aim to get answers that are perceived to be sufficient enough to handle the problem at hand. When simpler explanations are available which also translates as rule of thumb heuristics, people do not seek more sophisticated explanations which takes away a person’s ability to think at a theoretical level. Perspective two, explains how the understanding and the defining of critical thinking is varied but most often misinterpret. Three concepts were used to show where people would go wrong in understanding critical thinking
What this really means is that we tend to deceive ourselves by ways of thinking called self-serving biases. Self-serving biases are thought strategies that allow people to spare themselves from the blame of anything that goes wrong so that they can continue to see themselves in a positive way. For example, one very common self-serving bias is when people do well at something, they automatically assume that they did well because of their own talents and skill and they are happy to take the credit personally. However, if they do something that does not turn out well, they automatically attribute the failure or bad result to some exterior circumstance or other reason other than themselves for why they did poorly. When this is explained so clearly is sounds kind of silly and almost childish, but I was surprised to realize how often I do this (usually without even noticing it), and how most people I know do the same thing.
communicate in a way that would build or increase my personal brand) and I can sometimes be too passive in my communication activities. I am a very fact based communicator and I do not mind to communicate about the evidence/fact-based issues, but I do not want to mix my own personality in and I might make my communication style clinical and somewhat distant. The second handicap that I am aware of is that I sometimes am not clear enough with my key messages and end up to be too theoretical with my communication which makes it hard to follow. Also, If I feel that the other side is not understanding the point of my communication I might end up to clarify my point by theory to show that I have a solid base of my message. This is something that I have received some feedback since people see me as too theoretical and consult minded (you are not talking our language).