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Verbalize Your Action, Issue #007 -- Verbalise Your Role
July 28, 2017
July 28 2017 #007
Do You Know Your Own Role?
The human body is the best example of how each part plays its role as part of the whole single organism. As individuals we should allow a similar process to unfold inside our soul where all the personal qualities play their proportionate role to achieve balance. It has taken millennia for humans to be able to learn, let alone manipulate some of the parts of the human body. Each part knows its role. There is no duplication of tasks. Each part is doing the tasks allocated to it. No complaining, no interfering. Each part doing its role and allowing other parts to do their own role.
This brings us to me and you. Do we play our individual roles and leave others to play their own roles, in the teams we find yourself in? What do you need to enable you to focus on your own role, pretty much like the eyes do the task of seeing and the nose does the role of picking up odours. As far as I can remember, I have never heard my eyes saying they are tired of seeing or looking and certainly have never heard the nose complaining of being tired of picking up odours or (doing the smell job).
When You Know Your Role Any Situation Seems Just Like Your "Birthmark"
Whether, we are home or at work, in the army or a civilian, in a sporting team or working team, in a natural team or a spiritual team, we always belong to a team of some kind. There are three questions to answer: 1) Do I know my role, how well do I know my role? 2) How well do I understand and appreciate others roles? 3) How well do I concentrate on my role and give space to others to do their roles?
So, How Well Do You Know Your Role?
One thing that increasingly becomes clear is that the more you pay attention to your own role the more you know the smallest of things you should be doing, the knowledge, skills and experience you should be accumulating and ultimately the results you should be producing.
When you know your role well the best results of you doing your role are imminent.
This intimate knowledge of your own role is the one that causes you to be so confident in the your best results. Your-confidence brings in your-optimism, your-hope and your-resilience (that Psycap combination...) and together they multiply your-self-efficacy and others such as your-self-control to help manage your-emotions, which in turn pushes you to achieving your-goals, no matter what challenges you are facing.
Verbalize How Well You Know Your Role
The goodness about verbalizing is that the first thing you need is to be aware of what you want and then be willing to call that thing by its name. Here is an interesting verbalization of your role.
"I confidently know that I know my role. My optimism, my hope and my resilience together power my efficacy to control my emotional energy towards realizing the achievement of my goals."
This gives you the conviction you need to humble yourself to those things you are calling. It is your verbalization, in your appropriate context, that begins your journey to take you to your purpose.
Self Awareness Development
What Does Situational Awareness Mean?
One of the interesting words used in military situations is situational awareness. You can easily use this word to learn to be aware and engaged with your own surroundings all the time, wherever you are or find yourself. Its something you should practice - a practised art or skill. I found it quiet useful for my self awareness development in situations and really hope you will too.
Visit the following site to read more on the definition and application. Understanding Situational Awareness In Context
My Awareness Situations Blog
If You Want to Know What's New!
I periodically release articles on self awareness development situations focusing on how you can overcome in any situation you find yourself in.
There are more articles that you will find useful for your own self awareness development.
The Tools I Use - What is SBI?
Productivity Depends on Process, Tools & Teams
Why Do I Use SBI?
One day during my MBA studies I realised that as an employee and a best practices consultant in software development it was common practice to quickly learn a tool, process and tool guides, write a certification exam, become certified and get out to tell other companies what and how they should deploy software solutions to make profit or gain competitive advantage
Then I discovered a question for myself. Why don't I develop my own products? I guess that was the best thing I learnt from my MBA studies. Of course the MBA instigated this behaviour in me. My MBA thesis supplied the business concept and material. Now I needed to get down to productivity.
After a long research for the best in class, I found SBI. Initially I was sceptical, but as I explored the SBI process, the tools and the core SBI support team including the more than 380 business sites that are running on top of SBI, I realised I was home and dry.
I hope you can enjoy as i am doing, slowly, step by step, just like the tortoise! Its a copycat cyclical game. You read, you check out some examples, you experiment on your own site and your release that part of your product and monitor it's performance.
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Its totally something magnificent. You cannot put works to this level of appreciation. However, that is the fuel that keep us going, mining for the best verbalize-your-action pearls we can find so that we can continue to encourage our readers to keep expanding your awareness.
After all we all are in this human journey together and the more of us become aware of how to deal with situations the better our world gets!
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