No, adaptability is the key to success. Changes will come and go; we just have to keep moving forward one step at a time. Academic obstacles, whether you are starting college work for the first time or coming back, there will be challenges along the line. Procrastination is our worst enemy, but this is very preventable. There will be time when we do not have enough time to finish a task, I believe that if we can sacrifice a little something at a time, we can just finish the job well done.
One reason I excel at work is that I don't sweat the small stuff and I pay attention to details. My mother always taught me that; change is always good as long as you are changing to better your life and future. * Describe how each practice activity reinforced or contradicted something about yourself The strongest of all the dimension was adapting to change. As I stated in the previous question I already knew that I adapted well, so that just reinforced what I already knew about myself. My other strength is following directions.
EXERCISE 1 I applied for this course because I felt I was stuck in a rut and needed a change, I am also approaching a landmark age and felt that this was a good time to make that change. I am very nervous about starting the course but also excited. I hope to meet some new friends and also to broaden my horizons. My expectations of the course are that I hope it helps me with my self confidence and to be a better person in myself. My fears for the course are that I discover some things about myself that I may not like but I suppose it is all about self discovery as well.
Just like in any relationship personal or professional, we will have to learn to compromise. Sometimes it will be in our favor and sometimes it won’t, but what matters most is how these will affect the group project in the end. Overall, these two assessments have helped me to realize where I am currently and where I would like to see myself in the future. By taking the information I have received and thinking critically about
I tell others that no matter how bad things may seem there is always someone who has it worse and I try to think that when faced with trials and tribulations of my own. •In your opinion, is prejudice easy or difficult to measure accurately? Why? I would say that prejudice is difficult to measure because it’s an emotion
SETTING SMART GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Why set Goals? Why should we take the time to set goals and objectives at all – after all everything changes so fast today that they are likely to be out of date before we get them finished? Things certainly change and it seems that change is getting faster rather than slower. However, that is a reason for planning rather than a reason for not planning. Humans manage better in change when we have a direction or goal that we can anchor back to from time to time.
In a sense, I am this marble, writing my paper according to outside factors and doing what I am told to do. However, where I and other humans differ from the marble is that I can choose the topic I want to write about. I also am doing this because I want to succeed and the decision is mine: I can work hard or I can do nothing with my life and regret it later
Unaware off the appropriate standards for the assessment of thinking: clarity, accuracy, precision, relevance, logicalness. The Challenged Thinker To be initially aware of the role of critical thinking in life and be aware of the facts that lead to the problems associated with poor thinking. Egocentric defensiveness, Intellectual arrogance, rationalizing and self-deception when relating life’s problems with our thinking and leads to the recognition of the needed to have intellectual humility traits. The Beginning Thinker Take actively action and control over the challenge to start to explicit critical thinking to avoid hit and miss and to gain systematic plan for improvement. In this stage thinker are avoiding to face challenges and it can lead to egocentric defensiveness, intellectual arrogance, rationalization, and self-deception.
The I stands for instinct. Before you dig in, think about the best way to approach each assignment and presentation so you save time and come out with a better result. The T stands for Tenacity. Practice harder, do more drafts, and dig deeper than everyone else, and you will amaze yourself with your results. Those who possess grit are able to self-regulate and postpone their need for positive reinforcement while working diligently on a task.
I cannot even picture where I would be in life right now. I would most likely have a degree by now along with a career, but I probably would not be satisfied. I am happy with where I am today and the career path I have chosen. This has given me the strength I needed to keep me from giving up on things. Willpower means having strong determination that allows you to do something difficult, having a strong mindset to be able to stick to goals, or having the ability to control yourself.