Following the example of listening to your partner in order to have a good relationship, when synergistic you open yourself up to other ideas. Instead of changing someone, you learn to accept and see the good in the other person. You give yourself in and also push others to do the same and express themselves freely. This of course, creating a strong bond and also working together toward greatness. The seventh habit is to maintain the ability to continue practicing all the valuable lessons Convey taught us.
However, we tend to create based on what we see, and in this case how we see ourselves. When the mind is in alignment with body and spirit, this connection allows us to operate in our power with confidence and precision. We must at least learn to like who we are, and think well of ourselves. Understanding who we are is vital if we are to feel empowered enough to create a design for our lives that is pleasing to us. It is impossible to feel worthy and good about ourselves if we are wishing, and wanting to be someone.
All achievements involve help, support, ideas or information from other people. So if we want their co-operation we must learn to control ourselves. Self-control is about understanding the power of feelings and knowing how to access these valuable emotional tools to get accurate information about our lives. Self-control differs significantly from the emotional habits we learnt in childhood and shouldn't be confused with suppressing our feelings. Our level of EQ is important because our emotions motivate us to pursue our unique potential - or purpose - and as such it is our feelings that activate our life-force or personal power.
It may sound selfish at first, but in reality we need to rely more on ourselves because who we are as a person can help discover our character and how we learn. Learning about others is interesting, but being able to learn more about us is realistic. It is important that we understand that culture is powerful. It is powerful because it effects
In addition, my areas of improvement are self-disclosure. I believe that self-disclosure is an of the area I need to improve, because it is hard for me to share information about myself to another person, because of the fear of judging my pass. However, as we move though this class I know now that sharing information about myself helps other people to understand who I am and builds a stronger
I can definitely use this understanding because now I know the reasons behind why I make certain decisions and I can use my strengths to solve a problem within a group setting or a personal problem. I think adding value to my role in a group or society will be helped through my strength of being able to treat everyone equally and not give out favoritism through being a relater. I think that also being an activator will also be helpful in solving problems with friends, family, or colleagues. 3. How can you apply this knowledge to add value to your team or work group?
As per the Gallup Organization the best individuals are the ones who comprehend their qualities and know about their abilities. According to the StrengthsQuest inventory my qualities are Activator, Developer, Restorative, Harmony, and Input. An Activator is one who is impatient to get started on an activity once the decision has been made to accomplish something. This will serve me well as an advocate for others and is probably why my interests are in overcoming problems and seeking out happiness for myself and helping others achieve happiness. Once I know something needs to be done, my brain quickly devises an action plan laying out step by step what needs to get done to achieve the given goal.
I am very proud to say that I like myself and am still a work in progress. I know I have the power to change who I am and be in control of my destiny. I do have some characteristics, like my anxious personality, that can cause me trouble. However, being able to even admit that I needed help was a big moment in my life. Self-awareness is needed in the field of human services to allow us to know our strengths and limitations that can help or hinder us in our careers.
An accomplished thinker also faces their problems head on. Instead of running from them or avoiding them they find solutions through creative and critical thinking and they are not afraid to change course if their first solution is not working. They tackle goals in their lives in a similar manner. These are people that know that they need both critical and creative thinking to be successful and overcome things in our lives. Critical thinking allows them to analyze and evaluate everything in their own lives and everything that is happening in the world around them.
Emphasize Comfort Make sure people are comfortable in their relationships with us. If they are not, find out why and do something about it. Understand Expectations Have a clear understanding of what others expect of us and what we actually expect of our self. People often set unrealistic expectations for themselves by gathering up all of the good qualities they see in others, and trying to have them all within themselves. Be Persistent Resolve to do everything better and be persistent until we attain the results we've been trying to achieve.