14 October 2017

WHAT ARE YOU SAYING? - BODY LANGUAGE

There is a power struggle out there, between the powerful and the powerless. This struggle is defined without a word, through body language. Think about it that right and self evaluate. are you hunched over, or arms crossed. I bet you are in that awkward motion of correcting yourself, shifting yourself into more of a neutral stance as you read this.

Please don't let stop you from being yourself, but think about how you change yourself if you don't like. If you are truly wanting to, then make a list. To summarize what characteristics that hold most value. For me there are as follows:

Integrity;
Courage;
Stewardship;
Excellence; and
Compassion.


What is your list? Share in the comment section below.

So firstly, I see integrity defining how a person holds true to something that challenges their ethics or the ethos of an organization. Even if that thing is you, how do you compose yourself admitting fault. This value goes a long way with employers who have strong established ethical principles.

Courage allows people to act to challenging situations that may cause stress or even fear. Most time, doing the right thing is the hardest thing to do. As you are taking the high road and challenging things that are not right.

Stewardship is not looking for trouble but rather providing that honest broker, by ensuring rules are followed and provide mentorship when required. Correction of faults needs to be prompt and proportional, in order to promote fair discipline.

Excellence is what makes you strive for the betterment of the things around you and others. We are not perfect yet we strive to be perfect. This is how we progress as a society

Lastly compassion is the ability to forgive and help others in need. As race social creatures we need to come together in numbers. This is our strength in the laws of nature.

"STRONG AND UNITED
AGAINST EVERY FIGHT.

NOT BY THE BLADES
HELD IN OUR HANDS.

RATHER BY PRINCIPALS
IN OUR STANCE.

EDUCATION EMPOWERS
THE POWERLESS.

STAND STRONG
BELIEVE AND FACE."

So, how does body language fit in my values. Well we portray these values through communication and body language in cooperates 60% of our communication. Knowing that body language becomes important. Amy Cuddy explains this her video below.

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