October 16, 2010
Motivation, Learning/Behavior and Perception
In Philippians 2 the Word says “Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interest of others.” 1) How can you use what you know about motivation (from chapter 8) to help others explore their interests? I can use what I know about motivation to help others experience their interest by sharing my experiences, circumstances, disappointments and hardship. One does not start out in life to reach the highest peak of motivation, but it is a growing process and requires much of self. One you have challenged the negativity then you are ready to help others explore their interest. You can accomplish this mission by pointing out clearly that motivation did not only cause you to become positive, but also helps to succeed in completing your goals in life. In Ephesians 2 it says “For we are God’s workmanship, Created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” 2) How can you use what you know about Learning and Behavior (from chapter 6) to help others learn? I can use what I know about learning/behavior to help others learn, by exposure and being prompt to do what is right. I am a product of strict rearing and it was drilled over and over again by my grandparents to work hard, study hard, finish high school and to adventure in higher learning. First and foremost, one must be discipline, kind, understanding and helpful to others. Motivation, Learning/Behavior and Perception
You must be patience, persistence and have strong compassion for others, also being able to assist them in moving from point A to point B. The manner in which you present yourself to others plays an important role. Behavior is learned and it will cause one to be successful and positive...