They are far from inhibitable. Acting is a definite way to make some crazy, fun, outgoing friends who you know will always be there for you, and those are the best kind of friends. Obviously, the experience of having the lead in the school musical helped me realize some important things. I learned that you truly must believe in yourself and know that you can do whatever you want! Also, I discovered that being the boss isn’t necessarily a great thing to be.
I need to clean up my language that I use because there will be no way that I get a job if my language is not in the professional manor. When I go to a job interview that is alwa... ... middle of paper ... ... must have felt that I was using this type of language around them with no type of language blocker at all. It is also interesting how when you are around certain people you act one way, and when around others you act another way. I know I have done this before, just to think that what you do to just fit in a certain crowd of people. If people would just step back and realize that if they can just be themselves they would be a lot happier with themselves.
Personally, it has confirmed that I am emotionally different by yet acceptable, as there are others who are similar to me. Although I have come across individuals who are similar to me in having a preference of making decisions logically rather than based on feelings/emotions along with individuals making strategic decisions based on the big picture versus the situation at the moment, I am often pegged to be “cold” or “compassionless” since I was an adolescent. As I let these words hurt my feelings, they never have interfered with the goals and direction I have set in my life. I recognize and accept that I prefer not to run my life on feelings/emotions or of others because these things are constantly changing. I have also come to terms that even though I do not overly demonstrate my emotions or express emotions that others may need or desire, it does not mean I do not have affection or regard for them.
Nowadays, friends always seem to be around to celebrate our triumphs, however, at low points in our lives, many just disappear when we need them the most. A quote by Benjamin Franklin says that “A false friend and a shadow attend only while the sun shines,” meaning fake friends, like all friends, give support when life is good, however, they always abandon us when our days turn dark. This is something that true friends do not do, for they will stand by their friends no matter the consequence. What makes a fake friend difficult to spot is their kind and supportive facade. I can recall having friends who promised to be at a competition to support me, but bail at the last minute, sending a “Next time, I promise!” text and friends who complimented me then trash talked me behind my back.
I believe this is a great strength to have, but I also see it as a weakness. I believe being this way has helped me in having fewer regrets, but I also realize it has caused me to take less risks. When people are overly cautious, they tend to fear the worst of situations, which could cause them to stray from improving themselves because they are hesitant. For example, my husband and I have wanted to move for a couple years and I always feared we might end up not receiving suitable jobs and end up living pay check to pay check. However, I realized after many years, we could have come across different opportunities than we have had in Dalhart, TX.
Good Advice I consider good advice to be a balanced combination of many things. To me, the most important is that when I receive advice, it must not be forced onto me. When advice is truly sincere, it is given to me in the hopes that I might take it, but it should never make me feel guilty if I don't. A perfect example of a forced piece of advice, is article A that we read about contractions. To me, this article didn't advise the reader about what not to do, but it told them.
I didn’t like this, because that is my favorite part about the concert; getting to sing along with the band. When only two songs had words, I was confused how the band could ever interact with the audience to build their reputation. This being said, that is the second part I disliked; lack of participation with the audience. A member of the band would announce the song being played, with few explaining the meaning behind it and then they’d perform. I disliked this because I always find it more entertaining to interact with the performers.
However more importantly I have gained over the years the ability to step back from a situation and put myself in someone else’s shoes. Also I am able to understand when someone means well but is unable to portray that in their words or actions by being able to read someone’s intentions. Overall this means that I am orientated to be a nice person but am not yet subject to believing firmly in concrete laws or orders. I am however aware of my own conscience and other people’s feelings and am able to act upon them properly. Works Cited Kohlberg, Lawrence.
While not fair, If I desire to be perceived differently, then it is my responsibility to change my posture, gestures, stance etc. to convey a sense of security and safety. It is amazing what a sincere smile will do. Once the person realizes that their interpretation of my presence was incorrect, the remorse is typically theirs. I do not believe that I will behave any differently after reading this article because the author and I seem to have taken similar approaches to