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Purposeful Practice

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 29, 2020 Strategy

Purposeful practice describes a unique type of training that is deliberate and systematic. Unlike regular exercise, where you involve mindless repetitions, purposeful practice demands focused attention. You must conduct it with a particular objective of improving productivity. Humans can develop their skills over time. Nevertheless, there is a limit on how much an individual can grow in terms of skills. Your genetics will separate you from others when it comes to how much you can learn. Yet, people believe that if they extend their practice hour, they will learn automatically and improve their performance. At times, educators will mislead learners that if they practice a particular skill for longer hours, they will master it. Although repetitions can improve animals’ learning, it cannot promote learning to the same value once humans reach a certain understanding level. Repetition of what we already understand does not boost productivity in any way. After you...

The Benefits of Emotional Intelligence

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 29, 2020 Mind

Intelligence Quotient vs Emotional Quotient Our daily jargon usually involves us talking about the intelligence quotient that people possess, more commonly known as ‘IQ.’ With 162 being the perfect score, IQ is defined as a person’s ability to think logically. It measures how well somebody can utilize data to address questions or analyze a situation. Intelligence level tests measure this by estimating short-and long-haul memory. They additionally measure how well individuals can resolve riddles and review data. However, with so much importance directed towards an individual’s IQ level, we tend to forget another essential aspect that our minds can achieve. Emotional intelligence, which is also described as emotional quotient or ‘EQ,’ is the capacity to positively use your feelings to alleviate pressure, relate to other people, and solve problems. Emotional intelligence encourages you to maintain more grounded connections, succeed at school and work, and accomplish your objectives. The Importance of...

Fear of Failure and How You Can Overcome It

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 29, 2020 Mind

If you’re going through even the subtlest fears of failure, you’re going to have to try and overcome it. The fear is quite normal, and a little bit of it is present among all minds. Some minds know how to overcome it and rise above. Whether you’re an entrepreneur who wants to start a venture or someone who’s trying to pitch an idea, that slight fear of failure might make things harder for you. So trying to overcome that fear and leaving it behind should be the way to go. But how do you do it? The fear is quite normal, and some call it typical human nature. The degree of anxiety, however, varies a lot from person to person. Again, and failure varies from person to person too. So here’s our insight on the awful fear of failure. What is the Fear of Failure? Atychiphobia is the fear of...

Personal Learning Plan

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 28, 2020 Life

PLP or a Personal Learning Plan — usually in collaboration with teachers, counselors, and parents — as a way to help achieve short- and long-term learning goals, generally at the middle and high school levels. Personal learning programs generally make the students more motivated to learn, achieve more in school. A learning plan is an explanation of how you want to achieve the desired results in learning. This program will be very helpful to show clarity and progress in your learning. It can also ensure that your activities and learning activities are highly efficient and orderly. How the Personal Learning Plan Works? No two schools that use personalized learning are alike. However, here are four widely used models that the schools follow. Also, each of these models sets high expectations for all students and combines their learning with rigorous standards. Schools that use learner profiles This type of school has...

Managing conflict

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 28, 2020 Social

Whatever the cause of disagreements and conflicts at home or at work, these skills will help resolve the conflict in a creative way and make your relationship stronger and stronger. So, let’s know what conflict is and how one should manage it? What is conflict? Conflict is known as a normal part of any healthy relationship. After all, two people cannot accept everything. The key is not to try to avoid fear or conflict, but to learn how to deal with it in a healthy way. When conflict is mismanaged, it can do great harm to a relationship. Still, when handled in a respectful, positive way, conflict provides an opportunity to strengthen the bond between two people. Whether you are experiencing conflict at home, at work or at school; learning these skills will help you to resolve the differences in a healthy way and build stronger, and more rich relationships....

Locus of control

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 27, 2020 Mind

Your perception of the extent to which you are in charge of your life is called the locus of control. The concept of locus of control is not that difficult to understand and can be explained easily by splitting the meaning of each of the components of this phrase. Locus refers to location and control means the authority of being in charge of the outcomes of your actions. Hence “Locus of control” means assigning where the authority is located in your life. The locus may be within yourself which means you control your life and it could be located externally which means other factors control your life without your will. Types Depending on what you perceive about where your authority of life is located, psychology has divided locus of control into two types as internal locus of control and external locus of control which we will discuss one by one....

Keep Calm in Crisis

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 27, 2020 Emotions

Did you know that most people tend to panic when a critical situation or a challenge arises? Doctors warn that stress and anxiety can cause a complete meltdown. Panic can lower your capability to produce optimally and also results in long-term damage to your health. Most of the worlds’ great achievers, such as artists, athletes, and entrepreneurs, could not achieve their success level if they did not learn how to keep calm in crisis. They can develop and maintain a specific state of mental preparedness and readiness to respond to the tough situation. Carriage and composure are crucial prerequisites to boost your performance if you run a company or work on your talent. Besides, if you are self-assured, sufficiently practiced, and composed, you raise your chances of becoming successful in life. Here are eight tips to improve your mindset: Slow Down Make sure you do not respond to the challenges...

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