The patient must understand that is the key to becoming a fully functional human being. It is imperative to seek happiness from within versus being overly concerned about the opinions of others. To reach one’s inherent potentialities, one cannot live in fear or according to preconceived plans or ideas of others. He or she has to be his/ her own person, expressing his/her own ideas, and doing what he/she wants to without conforming to the standards and belief of others. Ultimately, one must realize his/her uniqueness, build self-confidence, and not be afraid to go against the grain.
Loyalty: - I believe in faithfulness or a devotion to a person, country, group, or cause Respect: - one of the most important things for me is to treat other as I wish to be treated. Integrity: - I believe the better of a person I am, the better an image I present. Honesty: - I believe the more honest I am, the more trustworthy I become. Responsible: - I must be responsible in life so that others can rely on me. Responsibility means doing the best I can to honor and fulfill my obligations and promises.
This is the ability to be you without pretence or façade. This is also called genuineness; it is the most important attribute in counselling according to Rogers, in this the counsellor is keen to allow the client to experience them as they really are, the therapist being authentic. Unconditional Positive Regard: (UPR) this is a non-judgemental, Respecting and accepting the other person as they are, Rogers believed that for people to grow and fulfil their potential it is important that they are valued as themselves. The counsellor has a genuine regard for the client, they may not approve of some of the client’s actions, but the therapist does approve of the client. The therapist needs an attitude of “I’ll accept you as you are.” The therapist must always maintain a positive attitude to the client at all times.
You will gain more respect by sticking to your instincts, doing what you believe is right but not being so rigid that you can't revise your opinions. Being tidy and organized Being a good leader, must ensure tidy and organized and show others a good example and practice. I am showing
Proactive people always find an optimistic alternative when things go wrong. Covey states you can choose to not be miserable. You do not have to empower the weakness of others who are trying to control you, take control of your own life and do what you feel is best. When you are proactive, you want to act and not be acted upon and stay true to your human nature. Reactive people however always blame everything surrounding them for excuses of why they are not responsible or cannot do something.
If we cannot show other people that we are honest in our words and actions then who will be willing to follow us? Being a leader you must think about those who are looking up to you and following you not just about yourself. A leader needs to realize that if they are not an honest leader then they could get themselves and the people following them into trouble. Leaders must be moral and virtuous people. They should never take bribes or act corruptly.
It works best when feelings are authentic – that is you genuinely care about other people and have their interests at heart. To get the outcome you want, you need to influence others to get the desired effect. This hinges on getting connected with what others want. Seek first to show that you understand and can empathise. Without feeling the respect and trust that comes from rapport, the rest of the conversation and relationship will have little impact.
This gives him confidence and allows him to be able to work on the problem without feeling ashamed. Another reason why friendly arguments are good occasionally is that it allows us room to freely express ourselves. If you do not take time to freely express yourself you could get lost in what someone else wants you to be or how someone else wants you to think. You have to determine your self worth from time to time which isn’t always easy. This is where the arguments may kick in but in the end you will be more appreciated for being you and you in turn will be better understood.
I have seen the rewards of integrity through my parents. Integrity gives me strength when I can find none to help me make difficult decisions. Integrity is a learned behavior that can be relied upon at all times. Honesty is one of the values that I find the most difficult to define. I know that honesty means to behave in a fair and straightforward manor, to be honorable and to have integrity.
By working with each other and completing their duty’s they are gaining trust, while becoming very loyal towards each other. Duty is to fulfill your obligations. Not just completing your work at the minimum standard but to always do your best. Taking the initiative to do things is a great example of fulfilling your duties. Completing your duty also prevents illegal orders because leaders have no choice but to do what is right.