Object Relation Theory: A Lifelong Effect April 2. 2012 Object Relation Theory Abstract After taking this course I have learned about the puzzling idea of the human mind. Through this class and research, I have come to find that no mind is alike and there is a rationalization for everyone’s personality, whether that be good or bad. A male that I have known for years, has puzzled me countless times due to his “out there” personality. With the help of this class and Dr Fairbairn’s research, I have finally been able to figure out why he is the way he is.
Winning the lottery is the most universal dream in the world. The everyday person has a complete plan ready for what they will do with their winnings when they hit it big. A trip to Ireland, paying off your student loans, or funding your parent’s retirement would be so much easier with those few lucky numbers. For most of us, our vivid daydreams of one day hitting it big are rudely interrupted by the bill collectors calling our phones. Although suddenly coming into a large amount of money is seen by most as the key to happiness, such outlook could not be further from the truth.
As the American Dream states, “Life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement regardless of social class or circumstances of birth.” in the movie, Braddock, although working very hard, gets fired and doesn’t even get a job to support his family. All the families who were victimized by unemployment tried their best, worked very hard for
If I need help I must ask my teachers instead of my parents. I have done this since I started school here in the U.S. Many people had told me that I don't know the meaning of surrender because I'm always up to something. When I want to get through something I take step by step to accomplish that need. It might sometimes be difficult for me, but unless I put that effort, I can do anything.
The thirteen Steps to Riches described in this book offer the shortest dependable philosophy of individual achievement ever presented for the benefit of the man or woman who is searching for the definite goal in life. According to the author, “This book is not a novel. It is the textbook on individual achievement that came directly from the experiences of hundreds of America’s most successful men. Moreover, it should be studied, digested and arbitrated upon. The author wants us to practice the Master Mind
Also, I think the sixth step related to the evaluation of decisions is also very important and one that I personally struggled sometimes to implement in fact, at times I found myself implementing a decision but never followed through to evaluate if my decision did provide the desired impact and resolved the problem identified in step one. In my professional career I am always facing the need to diagnose and solve problems and the six stages of decision making have given me an opportunity to better understand how I can deploy a consistent method that will allow me to identify an issue, brainstorm potential alternatives, implement the best possible option and then create a feedback system that will allow me to gauge the effectiveness of my decision. This process can also be deployed in a team setting environment in fact I recently faced an issue at work and called a team meeting to discuss action items. During our meeting I followed the six stages of decision making and we were able not only to clearly define the issue at
Using real-world examples from expert influencers who have discovered solutions to some of society’s most challenging problems, combined with theory from several of the world’s most renowned social scientists, the authors propose six sources of influence that can be harnessed to effect lasting change. Part I: The Power To Change Anything When individuals face challenges in any domain of their lives, they often follow the advice of an often-cited prayer. Namely, they ask for serenity to accept the things they cannot change, the courage to change the thing they can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Unfortunately, prematurely seeking such serenity can be problematic. Individuals often attempt a only a few feeble change strategies before determining that things are out of their influence, at which point they stop trying to solve the problem.
You are faced with a new challenge with a determination to overcome it. The feeling you get from helping people is the best experience you can ever acquire in your life. Nothing can ever top that feeling, it’s a kind of feeling you get and it does not go away. I also want to pursue this career because it provides you with a sense of financial security. You do not have to worry about not
However, I have realized that the only person I am accountable to is myself. I determine how far and how long I am willing to drive to reach my goals. Other's skepticism is what fuels my motivation. I have used it as a tool to work in silence and let my success make all the noise. I have demonstrated I am not only an amazing athlete, but a scholar as well.
As one can see, my personal integrity and values have definitely played an important role in my life and professional career. Over the past eight years I have worked at a variety jobs where I could have chosen to pursue the field further but did not for multiple reasons. Lack of adult education and inadequate training and development programs has definitely held me back professionally from positions where I know I would thrive. I’ll never forget the first time I learned of Diane Von Furstenberg’s quote as a young professional struggling to find her career identity. Instantaneously, I felt a sense of relief because I too am a young professional who is struggling to find her way.