EXPLORING TO FIND GOAL REALIZATION
SELF HELP GUIDE TO SUCCESS
Exploring self is a surefire way in finding your goals. Exploring self however extends to exploring new ideas, old ideas, and opinions from self and others to find realization. To help you see how exploring works we can consider an opinion. The philosophers, theorists, opinionated people in the world often believe we evolved and that we are half animals. This is a bona fide lie, yet they will claim they have evidence to support their claims. All the while as they make their claims new information comes available that points to creation. What do you believe? What if it were true that we evolved and are half-animal? DO you have facts to prove your claims? IS there evidence that supports you logic?
As you can see, you have to dig in the brain to come up with conclusions, as well as check references and resources to find facts. This helps you open the mind and promote awareness that leads to goal realization.
Still, if you find answers it does not mean it is true; therefore, sometimes you have to keep digging to find new ideas. Now to discover your learning patterns you have to discover your purpose of learning. You also have to unearth meaning and discover how it applies to your life. Furthermore, you have to experiment while learning to find meaning, purpose, and relation. Once you understand learning, you will move to using what you learn to apply to your goals. As you can see this fits in well with exploring, since you cannot have one without the other. This brings us to critical thinking, which is a part of exploring self, goals, and the like. To help you see how you form critical thinking tools that are in the mind already we can adhere to a practice.
Understand ideas are mechanisms or tools that help us to discover. Moving along I want you to describe an area of your life when you had a problem. The problem could be adjusting to a new relationship, getting over a lost relationship, battling school tests, and so forth. You can also explore smaller problems if you like. I will work with you, show you one of my problems, and show you what I concluded. As you move along look at the changes and how they affected you. Consider the consequences and new ideas that came from the situation.
Problem: My child refuses to listen to me and hangs with the wrong crowd, smoking, possibly taking drugs, and drinking.
Ideas: My son is seventeen and was taught better, thus his influences are a part of the problem. I have tried my best, thus it is time to let him live and learn.
Solution: I will let him live, learn, and at the same time enforce the rules while seeking out other solutions.
Consequences: I may have to deal with my son going to jail and dealing with court costs while people may look down on me.
Solution: I don’t care what others think of me because most people in my neighborhood know I’ve done my best. As for jail, maybe it will lead him to his senses. Court fines are optional, since he is seventeen and now considered an adult.
Ideas: I will continue my life and stop worrying about what I cannot change and do something about what I can change.
While there is no conclusion here, I see that areas of my child raising, presents issues. While I’ve done my best somewhere along the line I made mistakes. I need to consider those mistakes now to see how I can make positive changes.
Notice what transpired, acceptance, recognizing, awareness, potentials, consequences, exploring, and the like. Exploring then can bring you to realization.