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Perception can influence you in many ways Written by Bryan Golden Hits: How do you see the world around you? How do others see you? Do you take action based on your needs and goals, or is your behavior dependent on how you feel others will view you?
There are two types of perception; the way you see yourself and your world and the way others see you and their world. The only perception you have control over is your own. It is just not possible to control the perception of others. For example, consider the temperature of a room.
No amount of discussion or arguing will resolve the difference in perception.
Not only are we concerned with the perception of people we know and who are close to us, we are even sensitive to the perception of complete strangers. Therefore, we will alter or avoid any behavior we believe will be perceived as foolish.
This causes us to alter our path to accommodate the perceptions of others. As a result, our goals are compromised or missed altogether. Ironically, people often have the same perception of you regardless of what you do. Your best strategy is pursuing your own goals without concern for how you are perceived.
How you perceive your world influences your attitude, which in turn effects what you attract. If you perceive a world of abundance, your actions and attitude attract abundance.
Conversely, if you perceive your life as lacking what you need, you worry more about conserving what you have rather than attaining those things you want and need. The way in which you perceive your world also impacts your general emotional state. People who perceive abundance are likely to be happy.
Those who perceive their life as lacking tend to be sad. Two people who are facing the exact same circumstances can have opposite perceptions.
The one with positive perceptions has a tendency to thrive while the one with negative perceptions tends to struggle. As you encounter various circumstances, do you perceive solutions and success or do you envision problems and failure?
Successful people are adept at find solutions for any problem. Those who continuously perceive life as a struggle have a tendency to find problems in every situation.
There is a solution for every problem. What about life in general? Do you perceive it as good or bad? When you perceive life as good, you have a much greater degree of happiness than someone who perceives it as bad.
The person who perceives life as bad can provide a long list of reasons justifying their perception. However, the person with a good perception will provide just as many reasons for his or her position. The bottom line is that you control your perception.
If you see the proverbial glass as half empty, start considering it half full. Start looking at your life as one of happiness and abundance. Especially when you encounter adversity, it will be your positive perception that gets you through. You may be accused of being unrealistic or viewing the world through rose colored glasses.
The most important thing is your perception of your life. Bryan is a management consultant, motivational speaker, author, and adjunct professor. E-mail Bryan at bryan columnist.Nov 11, · ~ A Tandem to Ecology’s Popular Ecological Impact of the Industrial Revolution ~.
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The Lord's Servant must not quarrel; instead, he must be kind to everyone, able to teach, not resentful. Those who oppose him he must gently instruct, in the hope that God will give them a change of heart leading to a knowledge of the truth.
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Both are perceptions, good often implies the giving of oneself for the benefit of others as ones purpose and evil the doing of harm to others as ones self-serving mission. Welcome to the official Stanford Prison Experiment website, which features extensive information about a classic psychology experiment that inspired an award-winning movie, New York Times bestseller, and documentary DVD.