Assignment: Developing Critical Thinking Irene ThomasManagement 5
January 22, 2014Assignment Task
Developing Critical Thinking
By Irene Thomas
This assignment will be covering the following topics
Beliefs, values and attitudes
Developing critical thinking
Management versus Leadership
“If you want something in life you have to work for it” has always been one of my values and beliefs that have stuck to me everywhere I go. This to me is simply another way of saying in order to get something; you’ll have to earn it. This has become such an important belief/value in my life, and it is has inspired me to work hard to get what I want. Personally, I think people these days are beyond spoiled, and they think “Oh, if I want something, then I got to have it”, but no, it shouldn’t be that way. Belief, values and attitudes
What are beliefs?
Beliefs are what we think “know “to be true. They our convictions even if others disagree our personal beliefs play a huge role in how we view our own life. Our own estimation of our successes and failures will depend entirely on the framework of our personal beliefs. Our beliefs provide a structured process through which we evaluate everything in our lives. Because these beliefs are based on our evaluation, and emotional conclusions of our personal experiences, they are accepted by our subconscious as being absolutely true. Our subconscious mind then uses these personal “truths” to construct your personal version of the real world. In other words, your beliefs become the foundation of our internal map of reality. In some cases, a belief starts out much like a theory. Assumptions are made based on logical observations and deductions. In other cases, a new belief grows out of an emotional viewpoint that seems to be supported by logic. When beliefs get stronger, they translate into certain principles or philosophies to be followed consistently in life called values....
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