L’importance de l’estime de soi. Un manque d’estime de soi est un frein majeur à l’exploitation de ses capacités.
L’estime de soi se construit principalement durant l’enfance. Voici quelques conseils aux parents, aux enseignants, aux éducateurs mais aussi au coachs sportifs. Car l’estime de soi joue également un rôle important dans la performance sportive. Cultiver les « mémoires de succès » Si un enfant refuse d’essayer de faire quelque chose parce qu’il n’est pas certain de réussir, il ne saura jamais s’il aurait été capable de faire cette chose.
L'estime de soi chez les jeunes est en grande partie d'origine culturelle. Nous pouvons tous penser à différentes choses qui font que nous nous voyons d'une manière positive. Cela peut être le fait de réussir au travail ou à l'école, d'avoir des relations amicales et familiales satisfaisantes, de se comporter suivant nos critères moraux à l'égard des autres ou d'avoir des possessions désirables. Nous pouvons aussi penser à d'autres choses, dont nous sommes moins fiers et qui font nous sentir moins bien. Mais qu'est-ce qui donne leur importance à ces choses ? Qu'est-ce ce qui influence notre estime de soi ? Depuis cent ans le point de vue dominant en psychologie est que chaque individu base son estime de soi sur le fait d'accomplir les valeurs qu'il perçoit personnellement comme étant les plus importantes.
L'estime de soi semble donc être essentiellement une entreprise collaborative et non pas individuelle. Force of Character: Taking Ownership of Your Actions. Post written by: Marc Chernoff Email My buddy Sam and I recently had a conversation about the unique qualities associated with a person possessing a strong moral character, or as he coined the phrase, “force of character”.
People with noble intentions are found everywhere, but people with “force of character” stand out from the crowd. As the fire inside the rest of us flickers from gusts of indecision, these minds usually burn bright and rise above the storm while confidently pressing forward. They seem to know the secret for personal success. 25 Acts of Body Language to Avoid. Our body language exhibits far more information about how we feel than it is possible to articulate verbally.
All of the physical gestures we make are subconsciously interpreted by others. This can work for or against us depending on the kind of body language we use. 1340807729. Micro Expressions - Research, Theory & Lying. Interesting Info -> Lying Index & Body Language -> Micro Expressions Is the show "Lie to Me" for real?
I am not a police interrogator, scientist, or other expert... I am however a mother & people watcher. Years ago, when I wrote articles on How to Detect Lies & Eye Movement and Lying -- I knew of the Micro expression theory, but had a difficult time researching the subject well enough to relay it into an article. Recently, I've come across tons of new research, websites, articles, videos, etc. about micro expressions and believe anyone who reads my old articles about lying & body language would benefit from micro expression research and theory. How to Detect Lies - body language, reactions, speech patterns. Interesting Info -> Lying Index -> How to Detect Lies Become a Human Lie Detector (Part 1) Warning: sometimes ignorance is bliss.
After gaining this knowledge, you may be hurt when it is obvious that someone is lying to you. The following deception detection techniques are used by police, forensic psychologists, security experts and other investigators. Introduction to Detecting Lies: This knowledge is also useful for managers, employers, and for anyone to use in everyday situations where telling the truth from a lie can help prevent you from being a victim of fraud/scams and other deceptions. This Wednesday: Tips…to make a good first impression. Every Wednesday is Tip Day.
This Wednesday: Tips…to make a good first impression. n smile and lean toward others as they talk n if standing, keep your body fully facing the people you’re speaking with n ask questions and follow up on people’s remarks; and in doing so, focus on opinions and feelings, not just facts. Making a Great First Impression - Communication Skills Training from MindTools. Getting off to a Good Start Learn how to make a great first impression, in this video.
It takes just a quick glance, maybe three seconds, for someone to evaluate you when you meet for the first time. In this short time, the other person forms an opinion about you based on your appearance, your body language, your demeanor, your mannerisms, and how you are dressed. With every new encounter, you are evaluated and yet another person's impression of you is formed. These first impression can be nearly impossible to reverse or undo, making those first encounters extremely important, for they set the tone for all the relationships that follows.
How To Avoid Confrontations Like a Samurai Warrior. Post written by: Marc Chernoff Email The Bushidō Samurai are elite masters in the art of self-defense.
They are specially trained in hand-to-hand combat, but never fight unless they must. The Samurai moral code stresses mindfulness, self-control, loyalty and honor unto death. Thus, Samurai dodge confrontation whenever and wherever possible. These same principals can easily be applied to everyday life. Be aware of your surroundings and always maintain a clear mind when you are in unfamiliar territory.Don’t stick out like a sore thumb, but still carve out your own path.Evaluate the level of risk in every situation before accepting it.Take control of your actions.
Know your material thoroughly. Put what you have to say in a logical sequence. Ensure your speech will be captivating to your audience as well as worth their time and attention. Practice and rehearse your speech at home or where you can be at ease and comfortable, in front of a mirror, your family, friends or colleagues. When you are presenting in front of an audience, you are performing as an actor is on stage. Body language is important. Speak with conviction as if you really believe in what you are saying. Do not read from notes for any extended length of time although it is quite acceptable to glance at your notes infrequently. Maintain sincere eye contact with your audience. Speak to your audience, listen to their questions, respond to their reactions, adjust and adapt. Pause. Add humor whenever appropriate and possible. Have handouts ready and give them out at the appropriate time.