After learning from my mistakes and seeing that my families especially my dad wants the best from me, I have to transition myself of making too many excuses/procrastination or even listening to those that keep saying that I cannot make it in life to a well responsible student and well mannered. Nowadays, I put negative thoughts aside and always put positive attitude/thoughts in me. I learned and I grow through the power of
This has been a bothersome emotion I have been dealing with and I need to change the emotion for the best. I will feel more professional and can conduct myself and not have to worry about using profanity in any setting. Phase I Qualitative Behavior This behavior is something that I would really like to change because sometimes I do not even notice that I’m using profanity. It happens more when I’m with my friends and they notice whenever I swear, but that’s because I mainly picked it up from them; but my parents tell me when they do hear me, to clean up my language. It makes me feel ashamed; my parents raised me in an environment where I can be a professional person in everything that I do.
I have learned to not dwell on the past or mistakes because they will only bring you further down and we all make mistakes. I have learned to cherish the people that care about me. If this is just a one piece of knowledge I will learn in my lifetime I am actually kind of excited for the other ones even though they might not always be the way you want.
If you waste your time on something that you think will look good to others, but doesn 't really fulfill what you wished to be in life, then you will end up disappointing your peers due to your unhappiness. Watching my dad makes all of the financial choices he has made, has shaped me into the person I am today. I got to witness all of his choices, and the consequences of them. So even when he didn 't know what the outcome would be, he did what he thought was best and that choice either became a lesson of what to never to again or what should be done every time possible. I consider
Honesty and obliging, obliging means to be helpful. My parents always have taught me to say the truth, no matter what they consequences were, it would be better so say the truth because one way or another the lie is going to come out and the consequences are going to be worse. To always be up front and fair, with myself and the people surrounding me. Sometimes we meet people that just are not honest, it could be from job, school, business, etc, and it just comes to a point where you just get tired of it and wouldn 't like to hang out with those people, because of their actions. We are all people with the same right and values, all wanting to be respected with fairness.
It got embarrassing when I started going to school and working however my guests would look at me like I have family problems or stressed about something. “ Most people’s habits have occurred for so long they don’t pay attention…” the author Brad Dufrene explains sometime we follow habits that will have negative impact on our future life and we even do not pay attention to them until we face them. So for me as kid it was fine until I grow up as adult I realized that this nail biting habit is not good for my health. However, I had to quit biting my nails because I would feel embarrassed with this
One of the major reasons why I procrastinate, is that I never have the motivation to get up and start doing work. This may be because of lack of sleep or not eating healthy food but in general it is because I just don’t have enough energy. Thinking about all the work I have to do, makes me think that I am not ready yet to put myself through several hours of torture. Having a bad day will also lower down my motivation level and cause me to procrastinate so that I can just relax. Doing work, especially if it’s a course I don’t enjoy can make me feel stressed.
We don’t often reflect back on our life, the person we have become and what the future holds for us. It is only then we become aware of our flaws, and are given a choice to fix or ignore them. Change is an extremely important part of life; in fact, most people would argue that it is the definition of life. People become stagnant and do not grow into their lives if they do not embrace change. Recognizing what needs to be done, reflecting back on our lives and accepting the faults that welcome change, is probably the hardest part, but certainly not without its virtues.
It is never easy to admit you’ve made a mistake, but it is a crucial step in learning, growing, and improving yourself. You can only learn from a mistake after you admit you’ve made it. As soon as you start blaming other people, you distance yourself from any possible lesson or reason. In the article “How to identify and learn from your mistakes” Berkun explains why it is hard to admit that you’ve made a mistake. “It’s never easy to admit you’ve made a mistake, but it’s a crucial step in learning, growing, and improving yourself.
When you work on a school project or homework (such as essays, presentations, posters, online websites, etc.) it teaches you to work hard on whatever you are doing, even if it frustrates you (that is when I work especially hard). When you care about your own education, then you are more motivated to work even harder. I am a perfectionist, so it is sometimes hard for me to get things done when they are not perfect. Recently, I worked on a project for so long (working out every little detail) that my mom had to tell me to stop working on it!