DEVELOPING TOOLS IN GOAL REALIZATION
SELF HELP GUIDE
I spoke of this topic in the past, however I feel it is important to bring this point out strongly, since it is a hinderer or achiever in goal realization. Tools are something we all have inside us. The tools we have require cultivating and developing. Most times people fail to do this, since they often miss the meaning of what the tools do and mean to them.
For instance, did you know that judgment, energy, wellness, self-awareness, willingness, risks, changes, and participating are tools? OK, maybe you recognize the words as inner tools, but maybe you do you know the meaning. I want you to sit for a moment, think of each detail, and draw a meaning to focus. I will practice with you to show what I find, and what it means to me and we can compare to see if we grip the same meaning.
Now what does it mean. Is it just a list of words without purpose? Let’s explore to see what we find.
Judgment: Judgment works in two ways. We can use our judgment to think through situations carefully before concluding results. We can use judgment to assess while reasoning to find facts in opinions, ideas, theories, and the like. We can use our judgment tools to give opinions without stating facts, which means we are using wrongful judgment.
Judgment opens our mind to wisdom, common sense, and intelligence. However, judgment could also lead us to discriminate or reach a verdict.
Energy is our staying power so to speak. Energy gives us force to continue ahead. Energy is our vigor that gives us that get-up-and-go attitude.
Wellness is our physical and mental well-being, which requires nutrition and exercise along with learning good things in life to maintain.
Self-awareness is the process of knowing oneself well. It is a balance view of self. Self-awareness is an honest point of view of self, and an ability to use interactions with others, while speaking frankly and with confidence.
Willingness is the ability to accept changes, take risks, and participate in life. Willingness is a ready person enthused about what he could learn. Willingness is motivation that keeps the mind keen and complaint. Willingness is eagerness to move ahead.
Risks could mean that you are willing to take a change on something of interest with odds for you or against you. For instance, you might decide to bungee jump knowing that injuries, loss, or damage could exist. Taking out insurance policies holds risks to you and the policyholder for instance. You can never tell if an insurance provider will hold up to his end in the event you suffer loss. Another example of risks is buying a new home without knowing for sure if you have the money in the future to pay for the home. We all take risks in life.
Change is the biggest hinderer in the world. Changes include alterations, modifications, and transformations. Changes can mean varies in life, or revolutionizing. Change could also mean adjustments and amends. Most of all change means difference. Difference is what terrifies the majority of human beings, thus hindering them from achieving their goals. Difference then is change that leads to diversity and discrepancy.
Participating is the process of contributing something of self, such as time to others. It is the process of partaking in activities, recreation, education, and the like by chipping in your two cents. Participating is also joining and involving self to learn and grow to accept difference.
Now sit down and write the meanings and review to see how they apply to you.