How To Assessment Your Life

Where are you? Do you allow location access? Smart phones regularly pop-up this question in order to supply directions and relevant information to make the best choices available. The power of technology makes this happen in seconds, but it isn’t quite that easy in life.

In order to achieve anything significant in life or higher education, providing direction to the desired destination or goal comes only after identifying where the starting point is. Life is moving so fast for today’s student, the important things like taking the time to plan suffers at the expense of a hundred urgent things of little significance.

A planning problem occurs when self-deception creeps in making up a story that avoids getting to the core of the issue. If I stop smoking, I’ll gain weight (but actually, I get nervous and eat to calm down). I’m not good at names (because I don’t care to remember them). After starting college I’ll pick a major (because that’s hard work to figure it out beforehand).

Eliminating self-deception begins by describing things accurately. The brain works best when problems are clearly defined. Do not confuse this with negative self-talk that only leaves a broken spirit. Refuse to allow the “never good enough” and “who am I to think that… ” negative phrases to sabotage dreams.

An example of this is to think “I’m stupid” as opposed to “I did poorly on one test.” One is an opinion and derogatory while the other is specific and something the brain can work on a plan to make better. Words are powerful, especially self-talk that is continually bouncing around in the mind. Make it honest and positive!

Following is a Where Are You self-assessment with a P-E-R-M-S-F acrostic:

  • The P stands for Physical – weight, blood pressure, health, fitness (how many push-ups, sit-ups, etc.), nutrition, etc.
  • The E is for Emotional. Use a spreadsheet and list three positive things that were accomplished during the day. Categorize the entire day into one of three emoticons – sad, indifferent, or happy. At the end of the year a total for each emoticon can be calculated. Now how the year progressed emotionally is measured.
  • The R is for Relational. Married, parent, single, and in a relationship are the basics, but also include social circles and friends. A closest person category is limited to one or two people. Close might be two to three, good friends may range from three to 12, and Facebook friends don’t count.
  • The M represents the Mental or intellectual side of life. Note all formal education, but informal as well. A great book, 7 Kinds of Smart, is a good reference to combat a problematic stereotype in society. A professor is considered smart while the maintenance person is at best labeled less intelligent. The fact is both are smart and necessary for the institution of higher education to function. The maintenance person is smart at fixing things. Both are good at problem solving. The smarts are about specialized intelligence. Everyone is gifted, the challenge is finding, developing, and applying that gift.
  • The S refers to Spiritual and is the basis for decision-making. Whether a person professes allegiance to a particular religion or none at all indicates some type of worldview. What brings meaning to life? Is there a purpose to existence? Is humanity the result of intelligent design or a random arrangement of molecules?
  • Finally, F signifies Financial and is just a matter of digging up records or paying someone to do it. Identifying how money is earned and where it is spent defines what is important to you.

In summary, complete this self-assessment without getting over analytical. The objective is not to solve life’s problems with this article. Keep answers simple and straight-forward. The important thing is beginning a process of honest self-evaluation. The journey to a better life starts with a decision to take the first step.Circumstances do not dictate personal response, you do. Diligently assessing where you are before and after the pursuit of higher education shifts thinking accordingly to determine what can be done. Dream big. As Les Brown quotes, “Live full, die empty.”

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Get Higher Education With Passion

Getting an unidentified phone call the immediate question posed is “Who are you?” The responsible answer to that question is identifying a valid reason to justify staying on the line. When the caller sounds like a scam artist the likely response is to hang up immediately. Why is it then that when another scam artist, the negative self-talk call in people’s minds takes place, the encounter is either entertained or excused as powerless to do anything about it? People who know who they are hang up!

Many students’ negative self-talk calls are crippling when comparisons with others are made, derogatory comments are fretted over, and perfectionism dominates thinking. Being fooled into a helplessness mentality or being deceived by accepting distorted ideas about capabilities doesn’t have to be the case! Being smart about higher education and life are related. Students are far more capable than they think and can face and overcome the tough personal battles needed to become the person they were destined to be.

Trying to understand who you are involves more than a page in this article, but there are three basic ways to get started with the process:

Time tracking

At one point listening to a personal development expert, the challenge was made to meticulously measure my time spent each day in about eight categories. Note that the normal tendency is to grossly underestimate or have no clear recall of time spent during the day. So true!

Measuring in detail I discovered that 18 hours of my week was spent watching TV! That’s more than one day, not counting sleep, per week, 52 days per year, and over a year and a half per decade! A blatant failure to be smart that needed addressed. Higher education requires wisdom, beware of not only TV, but all screen time that is useless and erodes academic performance and rich experiences.

Talents used

“Yea, but I don’t know what my talents are!” Having this dilemma is common, but is never resolved by ignoring the problem. A great college basketball coach Adolph Rupp stated, “Whenever you see a man on top of a mountain you can be sure he didn’t fall there.”

Get help discovering talents by getting feedback from family and friends. Take the feedback and determine the elements that transfer to job skills. Avid readers need to consider being a writer for the school newspaper. Take photos for the yearbook. Churches are always looking for musicians and singers. Enjoyment coaching little kids may build foundational skills that lead to mentoring executives.

Skill is not a big issue when volunteering. Give a fair trial period while getting the feedback of others involved in this activity to assess the value of staying or trying something else. The advantage of all this volunteering is knowing who you are in regard to personal talents makes the choice of a higher education major easier.

Treasure disbursed

Good detectives know to follow the path of money spent to determine motive, location, and habits of criminals that eventually lead to an arrest. Follow the money is a rule to find out who you are. College students going into debt are hoping that the investment into higher education reaps a great return on investment. A number of alternatives exist that can help reduce or eliminate debt.

Being smart about it takes discipline and a lot of hard work especially if parents are only able to help a little or not at all. Debunk myths like going to an Ivy League school is the only way to get a great job. Just not true!

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Tips When Having Trouble In Math

Many people encounter turbulence on the path to completing their education, and math disciplines are some of the most difficult one that often cause people to experience this. However, we no longer live in a bubble where the only help to be had must come from a next door neighbor or a teacher or older student at school. Statistics math homework help is readily available on the world wide web, and is one of the most useful services a person can contract if he or she is having problems with either of these subjects.

There is no reason to suffer through a semester or two of really not understanding anything. Or, worse, a person who needs but does not seek help may end up failing a class and reducing their grade point average, plus the hit to self-esteem that this type of experience brings about. This is why it is so important for people to be self-aware and to seek out help when they need it.

This is not an admittance of weakness, this is a practice of strength. It is hard to admit when we don’t know something, and even harder still to do something about it.

Better Sooner than Later

The sooner a person contracts statistics math homework help, the sooner they can get back to the subjects they love the most without the fear and hassle of math creeping up and interrupting their plans when they really can excel at other things.

It is, of course, important for everyone to master basic statistics and math, and some people have to struggle more at this than others. Some people, in fact, seem to have been born knowing. However, what’s important is for every person to do the best he or she can, and that often involves asking for help. It’s best to do this as soon as a person knows that he or she is having trouble or will experience trouble in the near future.

We don’t live in a slow paced world. On the contrary, we live in a very fast paced world, and as soon as we notice a problem we need to act on it. Otherwise, problems mount up, like sand on the sea shore, and are harder to work out when they are all piled on top of each other.

It can be crucial to seek help right when you need it

In almost any challenge, there are people out there who can help us along the way if and when we get stuck. This is a principle as old as human existence, and implies that we humans have not evolved intended to achieve most things on our own, but, on the contrary, have evolved to achieve most things by drawing on the different strengths of a number of different people.

In the distant past, we would run and hunt animals together, cook together, raise children together, and do almost every act necessary for the betterment of our society together with others. Today, while tasks are more specialized and the rewards are often individual, an undercurrent of collective benefit still runs through our activities, in many of the things that we do.

Seeking help from others whenever we encounter one of our own weaknesses is a human right that we have to exercise so that we can all be better, whether it is in math, cooking, or flying to outer space.

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Creative Skill During Studying

B School (Business School) is a university-level institute that provides the degree in management or business administration courses at graduate and master level programme. Whenever a successful businessman reveals his success secrets it begins with his b-school campus life. A campus life that offers the perfect blend of education and business. It sustains professional conducts and creates practical learning experience to embrace the core basics of the management. B-school campus life has a huge impact on the students’ life on the interpersonal and professional conduct. To provide practical learning towards management and related subjects.

With changing business environment, evolving companies are demanding more than the graduates- the creative thinker and the creative leaders. Significantly, management conventions are putting their best to cater the needs of the companies. The focus is more on practical experience with the detailed knowledge of management studies. The campus life ensures this notion with the advancement in studies and technical expertise and thus, become the practical life training institute.

The class lectures in training institute are combined with the numbers of functional aspects. It includes learning either through the presentation, case study analysis, role play, psychometric analysis, swot analysis or online research and database. Faculty always guide students to how to shape their career and achieve their business goal. Along with the study advancement, the campus life offers extracurricular facilities to groom students. It includes a high-tech library, wi-fi enabled campus, cafeteria and free transportation services.

Different campus activities are carried out through the student clubs. These clubs are created in the different disciplines (Human Resources, Finance, Marketing, Arts Community) to develop practical implication of the subject knowledge. It creates a practical learning environment that develops and enhances the communication skills, the teamwork, the management skills as well as leadership that cannot be expected in any single day skill development class.

The Business schools campus life plays a vital role in preparing students for the campus recruitment. The exercise begins from resume writing to the online test, moc test, pre-placement talk, group discussion and the personal interview. Workshops and career seminars are integral to the programme that develop organizational and leadership skills. It reviews students approach for choosing the correct career path and help them to shape it. They provide an insight into the method of choosing the career and its challenges and highlight the need of choosing the career at an early stage with combining the hobby and interest. This helps students to know the actual competition in the corporate world and their lacking areas to work upon.

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