I try to avoid conflicts and protect the least advantaged without creating unnecessary hassles for the rest. One of my weaknesses is that I trust reasonable systems to solve most problems. Because of that I run the risk to be considered authoritarian and assuming that my way is best, which is not at all my intention. At some point I could become isolated because not everyone can guarantee equality. My obsession with justice could drive those I care about most away from me.
This allows me to focus more on the issue at hand and worry less about people’s opinions. The downside to this would obviously be that I’m close minded generally. The dreaded “my road or the highway” mentality could play against me. Not to be discouraged over my faults I looked into the next test to see what motivates me and where I could inspire others. The growth aspect of the motivation test was the largest contributing factor.
Keeping my emotions in check will help me to think clearly and guide constructive communication; trying to dominate the resolution process will only frustrate the opposition. I will constructively listen to the thoughts and ideas of others and consider them honestly instead of trying to have my own way all of the time. My goal is to defeat my attitude of being a perfectionist. The key is being able to allow myself to make and except the mistakes of others. I do not have to be the best at everything.
Also, it shows that it’s only guiding the situationist, rather than telling them, as they should make the most loving decision, and there could be two options that could have the same amount of love in their outcome. In contrast though, it states that you “must” which isn’t guiding, but telling. The second presumption is relativism, which states that there is no absolute and so you should make the most loving decision, however, no decision is ultimately going to be the right one for everyone. This guides the situationist in the way that they are again making the decision on what they feel is the most loving thing to do. However, if someone following situation ethics wasn’t a Christian, then they would be forced to make a decision based on a religion that they don’t believe in; but it could be argued that Christian love is similar to religions all around the world.
These changes will not drop down anytime soon, one must reach out and exert integrity. Experience different challenges, it will help improve one's social being and reenact those challenges. Conspiracies are just another illusionary fear that prevents a person trying something new. The only way a person can be free is happiness. This is the way to take down the system and relief from conspiracy theories which are all illusionary fear.
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. Finally the most important reason why occasional arguments are good or healthy is that it doesn’t allow old or past problems to become future problems. They allow you to discuss them. If a problem goes unnoticed or not talked about it just
Lower the dangers of low-esteem were feeling worthless and not wanted takes control. Just remind yourself of the good things in life that you have done keep this going in your head tell people what you are worth and how great you are and always remind yourself of that. Things like this will help a person and keep them thinking that this is so important in having healthy self-esteem is also shorten the fact that this is reality and not fiction and that it something that need to be done. If a person happens to use their self-esteem for something larger it can ruin it also. An example of this is telling the person they are the fastest by telling them this it can ruin their self-esteem so many ways getting there hopes high to have them crushed will send them on a spiral loop which could end up badly.
However, simply prioritising achievements over potential denies the fact past achievements may not be a holistic revelation of one’s true capabilities. Since people are constantly making progress, we should embrace every possibility of their future by placing trust in their potential. While what people have accomplished in the past reveals some of their abilities and hence heralds what they will be achieving in the future, it is myopic to arbitrate their later development based on their past experience. Due to stereotypes, many tend to concentrate too much on one’s past deeds and neglect one’s potential. This is sheer short-sightedness.
Though these motivators may be effective, they will not make you a focused student. Another answer to the aforementioned questions could be “I am fascinated with the subject” or “I’m unfamiliar with the subject and I like the challenge it will provide!” Fascination and challenge, along with curiosity and mastery, are a few intrinsic motivators that drive a focused student! Though it is nice and even necessary to please your parents, get good pay, and fulfill your credit requirement – these factors do not instill any drive to become truly educated. Having a genuine love for education and learning defines a focused student and is the best and most inspiring motivator there is! Another quality possessed by a focused student is having a generally positive attitude.
The not so great this about this is that even if your intentions are good you tend to forget that not everyone thinks like you and is clear on their own sense of values. Believing that you are doing the right thing justifies on what other people’s opinions are. My strengths and weaknesses are that I can not help but to feel damaged whenever I see something going on around me that I can not naturally fix myself. However, a strength is that I look at it as a challenge and make my best effort to over come that challenge and help others even if others do not agree with my process in doing