I was given the task of visually watching non-verbal actions and communications in today’s time. What I got was not as farfetched as what I had guessed I would learn, but even the elders learn something every once in a while. Below are three situations that I had taken notes over, one being personal one-on-one relation, the others being social situations. Here are my findings
A point where one can only take so much before the fear eats away viciously at the soul. Slowly tearing away its prey bit by bit, until the victim can’t take it anymore. A point where all of the nervousness builds up and tips the glass jar over, and all those feelings that you were keeping bundled up inside spill out. A point where shaking has made your legs move so fiercely that they feel like jello, and with one stab they could be pierced and broken. A point where your heart has grown a pair of wings, and is flapping frantically to escape the cage that denies its freedom and ability to feel at ease. In all the final moments you’re left with your mind, that’s processing and soaking in the shouts and the screams.
A side by side coaching was done with Jason Shirley on this issue; the recap form was filled out for this particular enrollee (since this call was a part of our call calibration) I had Jason walk me through the process that he takes when completing the enrollment process for United Health Care. Jason showed me step by step what he does when it comes down to choosing a provider. Jason also showed where he stores an electronic copy of the provider directory that was sent to him prior months. Jason stated that the PCP ID was added to the application and he is unsure as to why the PCP did not show up when the application was submitted to the carrier. The suggestion that I made for Jason was to please make sure that before any application is submitted
At the end of August 2008 when I worked in a company called Colsanitas in Bogota Colombia, I had the great opportunity to meet to Yanira Rodriguez who is my current partner.
As I sat side stage, my legs twitched, palms sweat and avoiding eye contact with anyone surrounding a stressed inner silence consumed me as I gazed down at the ground, with my vision as hazy as my brain felt. I felt a sea of anxiety deep down like a swarm of butterflies trying to escape. I could feel my heart pulse rapidly increase as each second passed, as I clenched onto my surrounding teammates hands with a firmer grip. A two minute speech could not have gone any slower, and all I wanted to know was if we had made it… or not.
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Currently I am working at a grocery store called Metro Market. I have been working there as a cashier. This is my first job but I have learned a whole lot since I started there in May 2015. Having a job has taught me many skills that will help me in years to come. One of the most important skills that I learned is time management. I needed to know when I had to leave to get to work, and how late I could work and still get all of my homework done. Another skill that I learned was people skills. If someone was to go and ask someone that knew me what I was like, they would probably say I was quiet and a little shy. In the course of my job. I became more social and developed the skills to work well with people.
Golfing is a way to ease the mind, relax, and push harder to always do better than your last game. Life is too short to play bad golf, which is why practice makes for a perfect game. Golfing is a worldwide sport, a gentleman’s game, also a great business sport. It is attached to our culture and forever will be by its relaxing freedom and great views on the course. Picture one is an Adidas sports add featuring Colin Montgomery a professional golfer, telling golfers no matter what the circumstance is in the weather or your life, get out there and practice when no one else is stand out so you can achieve that extra inch into the hole. Which brings us to the second ad a Nike ad with the picture of a golf ball an inch away from going in the hole. This is saying that if you would’ve been out playing when no one else was you would have made that extra inch and made the shot. The effectiveness of the first ad is the results of the second ad, if you put in the work you will seek the rewards.
My team now has a 12-1-1 record with a just a few games left until the District Tournament begins. I have 15 goals and 9 assists while shifting between CM and ST. I'm currently working on a new video and it should be ready to send your way in just a few days.
Good afternoon. Coach Josh and I would like to welcome you to the team. We are looking forward to working with your kids this Falls season. We have simple goals, work hard, support each other, and have fun. Our team practices on Thursday at 5:30PM on field McK-3A at McKee Road Park. This Thursday will be our first
In the beginning of the semester, I felt a little annoyed that I had to plan a personal goal. I was afraid that I was going to fail once again during the journey of losing weight. My personal goal was to lose five pounds by April 1, 2016. I had planned to achieve this goal by eating healthier snacks, exercising, and meal prepping. Trying to achieve this goal was not easy. I had a constant temptation of breaking my diet and I kept trying to buy fast food whenever I saw myself tight with my school and work schedule. However, I was able to achieve my goal because I was meal prepping every night, I kept an alarm on my phone to remind me when I should be exercising, I read articles that provided me with a list of healthy foods, I carried a picture
There were many thoughts, feelings, and reactions that I experienced being a group co-leader. This was the first time that I had ever lead a therapeutic group and knowing each individual on a personal level made everything a little more difficult for me. I actually had a very hard time co-leading the group and I think that my problem with leading was due to the subject matter, the individuals in the group, the fact that I am a member and have been a member of the group since the group started, the differences among group co-leaders and my inexperience leading groups.
These are just a few of the professional values that best describe me, and that I feel I can bring to any situation in life. I am a multicultural, first-generation, college student that was raised in a lower working class family. Since day one, I’ve been told that I couldn’t rise to many different occasions, or that I wouldn’t amount to anything. But time after time I have faced adversity head on, and I have come out successful.
My team spend one day per week work on our project at the client's workplace, and we have maintained high professional standards to contribute to the Techlauncher public image. I also had attended the Techlauncher showcase, and tried my best to network as much as I can.
Enrolling in this class is particularly important as my communication with my five teenage children have taken a dramatic nosedive since their father and I divorced.